Green Panda’s Superfood Chia Drink with Apple & Elder is described as an organic and vegan drinkable snack. It contains a minimum of 12% fruit and is free from added sugar, claiming to prevent a ravenous appetite.
Aquarius by Cepita Citrus Flavoured Carbonated Light Drink is a lightly sparkling drink. The Coca-Cola brand contains 5% lemon juice, vitamins B3 and B6, and is free from calories and sugar.
La Colombe is shaking things up with its Mocha Draft Latte, a cold-pressed espresso & dark chocolate coffee RTD. The can produces a jet of gas when the opening tab is depressed, creating a froth that is said to enhance the taste of the mocha.
Freez Kiwi Flavoured Carbonated Drink is out to make kiwi a star standalone flavour, as the brand says it is often mixed with the likes of strawberry. The drink is a mix of sparkling water and kiwi.
Genius Drinks is targeting wine drinkers looking for non-alcoholic alternatives. Botanique Lightly Sparkling Botanical Soft Drink emulates the taste of wine, with one sixth of the calories, and is made from pear juice, herbs, spices and citrus.
This Lacto-Fermented Vegetable Juice Mix from Germany is prepared according to the original recipe by Rudolf Breuss, who, according to Wikipedia, believed cancerous growths would die if a patient drank only vegetable juices and tea for 42 days.
Kirin Mets Lychee Sparkling Drink is a low-calorie beverage flavoured with lychees and said to have a higher carbonation than other soft drinks. It is described as being cool and sharp and is sold in 480ml recyclable bottles.
Sekforde Drinks’ new Bespoke Botanical Mixers are formulated to unlock new flavours in whisky and rum, with orange and Istrian botanicals and lime and mistral botanicals, respectively. Both are made with natural flavourings and are free from artificial sweeteners.
Enjoy Vibe has launched a mint and elderberry flavoured drink with green tea extract in a 315ml can. The drink is said to have stress relieving qualities and is free from artificial preservatives and colours.
Technically Cuppanut is a hot beverage, but it draws from prominent trends seen in the soft drinks market with natural ingredients, notably coconut. It also contains fruits, spices and other natural flavours such as turmeric and ginger. It is the brainchild of pop star Gareth Gates.