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Sprite bottles in China.

Flavor

Lemon-lime

Manufacturer

The Coca-Cola Company

Introduced

1961

Color

Transparent (bottle colored green to prevent confusion with carbonated water)

Sprite is a lemon-lime-flavored soft drink sold worldwide. It is produced by The Coca-Cola Company.

HistoryEdit

Sprite was created in 1961 to compete with 7 Up and Bubble Up. Sprite became the most popular lemon-lime soda in 1978.

DescriptionEdit

LookEdit

Sprite is sold in a transparent green bottle, or green aluminum bottle or can. Sprite bottles and cans always have dots in between the label and the bottom of the bottle or can, except for aluminum bottles. Notably, these do not contain labels as well.

The look of Sprite cans has varied over time, and were usually green and blue until they turned to solid green to set it apart from Sprite Zero, which was blue.

Glass Sprite bottles are considered somewhat rare in the US, and are transparent green with no label. they have the Sprite logo on one side, and the nutrition information on the other.

TasteEdit

Sprite has a lemon-lime taste.

GalleryEdit

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