Trocadero, also known as Troca, is an apple and orange flavored Swedish soda containing caffeine. It was launched in Sweden in the summer of 1953 by Saturnus AB in Malmö, Sweden.
Choose from three exciting flavors!
Fanta Exotic is normally only available in Eastern Europe, Scandinavia and Ireland.
But we pulled some strings and made it available for you here in the USA.
Ingredients: Carbonated Water, sugar, juice from concentrate 3% (Orange 2.6%, passionfruit 0.2%, peach 0.2%), citrus extract, acidity regulator E330, fruit and plant concentrates: (blackcurrant, carrot, aronia berry, elderberry, lemon, color thistle) natural aromas, E445, E414.
$6.25Ingredients: Purified sparkling water, apple and lingonberry juice concentrates, beet sugar, natural flavors, citric acid.
The incomparably delicious cola mix drink: tastes refreshing of cola and fruity of orange with a dash of orange juice.
Champis – A classic Swedish fruit soda, first introduced in 1918.
The name Champis is playing around with Champagne. The flavor comes from grapes and apples. Not that carbonated, not that sweet. Great for a hot summers day. A classic.
Ramlösa with a taste of mango is a refreshingly flavoured mineral water.
Ramlösa is Sweden's natural mineral water with traditions dating back to 1707. 'Natural mineral water' is the finest designation a water can get. When a new bottle of Ramlösa reaches the consumers, 70 years of work has come to an end as this is how long it takes for water droplets to move from the face of earth and down to the underground source that is found 90 meters below the ground. The water is then bottles straight from the source and carbonated mildly.
$3.00Ramlösa has for more than 300 years delivered some of the finest natural mineral water. Back in the olden days, the water from the underground spring in Southern Sweden was regarded to be healing and give new energy. Today Ramlösa is however mainly enjoyed as a healthy refreshment during any time of the day.