Even if you don’t consume soda or fruit juice on a regular basis…
you’ve probably heard of the major players. Coca-Cola, for example, is almost as well-known for its Super Bowl advertisements as it is for its beverage. And who can forget the controversy around Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi ad? You’re probably familiar with many of the country’s most well-known beverages as a result of a well-executed marketing strategy. We now have a list of the top American beverages! Look at this!
Here’s The 10 List Of Top American Beverages
Red Bull made the top ten list of America’s most famous beverages because to its unforgettable cartoon advertising. Red Bull is an energy drink manufactured by Red Bull GmbH, an Austrian corporation founded in 1987. It is the world’s best-selling energy drink, with 7.9 billion cans sold each year (as of 2020).
7 Up (stylized as 7up outside the United States) is a lemon-lime-flavored non-caffeinated soft drink manufactured in the United States. The brand is owned by Keurig Dr Pepper in the United States and 7 Up International in the rest of the world. The 7 Up logo in the United States has a red circle between the letters “7” and “Up”; this red circle has been animated and is used as a mascot for the brand called Cool Spot.
Previously, the mascot was Fido Dido, a fictional character developed by Joanna Ferrone and Sue Rose. Outside of the United States, he is utilized for limited duration vintage cups, albeit the last time and place are unknown. 7Up’s main competitors are The Coca-Cola Company’s Sprite and PepsiCo’s Sierra Mist. 7UP is the country’s ninth-most-famous beverage, not merely the primary school game where you put your thumbs up. 7UP, like Sprite, promises a lemon-lime flavor with no caffeine.
Who couldn’t identify that iconic green packaging? Even if you’ve never tried it, Mountain Dew is instantly identifiable. (As for the flavor, Mountain Dew is said to have a citrus flavor, however enthusiasts are divided on what it actually tastes like.) Mountain Dew (stylized as Mtn Dew with the homonymic slogan “Do the Dew”) is a PepsiCo-owned carbonated soft drink brand.
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You’ve probably had a Lipton tea bag at some point if you drink tea. It’s a low-cost, dependable black tea that can be enjoyed hot, iced, or sweetened. Tea also has a plethora of health benefits, so drink up! Unilever owns the British tea brand Lipton. In the United Kingdom, Lipton was also a grocery chain that was later sold to Argyll Foods, after which the company exclusively sold tea. Sir Thomas Lipton, the company’s founder, inspired the name. “Pepsi Lipton International,” a joint venture between Unilever and PepsiCo, sells Lipton ready-to-drink beverages.
Gatorade is the market leader in sports drinks, so it’s no wonder that it’s one of the most well-known beverages in the United States. Gatorade has built a name for itself in the bottled drink market thanks to its capacity to tint your tongue blue and its somewhat unremarkable tastes (Glacier Freeze, anyone?). If you truly want to quench your thirst, try these healthy meals that are more hydrating than Gatorade.
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Gatorade is an American beverage and food company best known for its distinctive line of sports beverages. PepsiCo now manufactures Gatorade, which is distributed in over 80 countries.  A team of researchers lead by Robert Cade invented the beverage in 1965. It was first created for the University of Florida’s Gators to restore the carbohydrates that the school’s student-athletes burned as well as the combination of water and electrolytes that they lost via sweat during strenuous sports activities.
Diet soda is quite popular in the United States, so it’s no surprise that Diet Coke ranks fifth on this list. You probably have a friend who swears by Diet Coke, or you enjoy the flavor yourself. In any case, you’ve probably heard of this drink.
Dr. Pepper, yep, it’s stylised without a period, has a distinct flavor, so it’s no surprise this one is so well-known. The beverage contains “a unique blend of 23 tastes,” according to the business’s website, but the company hasn’t specified what those 23 flavors are.
Another Coca-Cola product, Sprite, is almost as well-known as its darker-colored soda cousins. It doesn’t taste like the claimed lemon and lime flavor, but it’s the most well-known caffeine-free drink.
Coca-Cola comes in second place. Who hasn’t had this drink, whether it was at the movies, a fast-food restaurant, or straight from the can? It’s difficult to beat the taste of an ice-cold Coke.
While Pepsi ranked higher on YouGov’s list of most popular drinks, Coke is first on the list of the country’s most famous beverages. That’s not surprising given that celebrities ranging from Britney Spears to One Direction have starred in advertisements for the soda.
Even if you haven’t tried them all, this list of the most famous beverages in the United States is unlikely to surprise you. It’s also wonderful to see at least a few non-soda options on the list. Plus, companies like Zico coconut water and Vita Coco did make it to the bottom of the top 100 list, so those non-soda and non-juice options may move up in next year’s top 25. You never know who will have a breakout year, but in the meanwhile, Pepsi and its main competitors continue to reign supreme.
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