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Soft Drink Brand Logos

Can you guess these mostly-American soft drink brands based on their logo?
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Level 71
Nov 2, 2019
Six of those must be American/North American drinks as I have never even heard of them.

I'm not sure we have Gatorade in the UK, we probably do, but it at least has a bit of international name recognition. Snapple, Arizona, Sierra mist, Crush and Barqs on the other hand......

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Level 76
Nov 2, 2019
snapple=flavored tea, arizona=tea, sierra mist=lemon lime, crush=orange, barqs=root beer. Most had their heydays a couple of decades ago.
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Level 60
Nov 25, 2019
crush has other flavours
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Level 83
Nov 3, 2019
Gatorade has way more than "a little bit of international recognition", as it has become the main sports drink all over the world (and making really good promos, like this one, helps too).

Perhaps proximity rules here, but here in Mexico, both Crush and Arizona are available. For a time, Crush was the main orange soda, not Fanta. I think Snapple has also crossed the border (without its "real facts", though).

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Level 51
Nov 25, 2019
Are you sure about that?
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Level 61
Jan 22, 2021
I'm not, I've heard of gatorade before but I didn't know the logo and have never seen one before here in the UK, never seen an advert for it online the only time it comes up is very rarely when watching a American TV show or YouTuber and I can't remember the last time I heard about it, long ago.
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Level 66
Nov 4, 2019
Agreed
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Level 93
Nov 4, 2019
In the UK I'd be absolutely shocked you would know a root beer brand, let alone Barq's.
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Level ∞
Nov 5, 2019
It's not really possible to make an international version of this quiz. But if I changed the title to "U.S. Soft Drink Brand Logos" then people would complain because Schweppes and Red Bull aren't American. And I wanted to use those logos. So here we are. If someone wanted to make a British soft drink logo quiz I could help them.
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Level ∞
Nov 5, 2019
Fun fact, in Japan they have drinks named "Calpis" and "Pocari Sweat". Ew.
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Level 84
Nov 25, 2019
I've had Pocari Sweat. It's basically Sprite. Marketed as a sports drink. Supposed to taste like grapefruit but just tasted kind of citrus-y to me.
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Level 55
Sep 9, 2021
red bull is definitely american. its everywhere
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Level 65
Oct 23, 2022
Red bull is Austrian.
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Level 71
Nov 17, 2022
Yeah, fair enough. And fair play for removing Barqs, I assume it was the least guessed.
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Level 76
Nov 21, 2022
Talking about eww names, I recall seeing a soft drink called "Pipi" in one of the "Balkan country shelves" (=thematic shelves in grocery stores) here. Yes, it's yellow.
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Level 63
Nov 20, 2019
I agree when it comes to Sierra Mist, Crush and Barq's. Never heard of them. Gatorade I knew by name so the G in the logo helped. I'm surprised you don't know Arizona or Snapple. We have them here in Germany. According to Wikipedia Arizona sells 14 flavours in the UK.
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Level 67
Nov 25, 2019
Sierra Mist is a bootleg Sprite, and it isn't that common even in the U.S. because it's terrible, but Pepsi makes it, so you can find it at fountain soda machines at places where they have Pepsi products instead of Coke.
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Level 55
Nov 25, 2019
I have worked in a number of shops in the UK and we have never stocked Arizona
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Level 58
Nov 26, 2019
I've just done a quick bit of online research and yes it seems that you are able to buy Arizona in the UK but only via online retailers which would explain why it is virtually unknown here. If it's not on the shelves of shops then it's not going to be well known
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Level 84
Nov 25, 2019
Almost all of these are popular and sold worldwide. I mean Pepsi and Coke are probably the two most recognized drink brands in the world and probably the most consumed beverages in the world possibly after water. Of those you mentioned, Gatorade definitely is all over the place, but Snapple and Arizona are also pretty common in international markets. The others not so much.

Schweppes and Fanta I have seen a lot more of overseas certain places than I ever saw back in the US.

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Level 66
Nov 25, 2019
Almost all of these are popular and sold worldwide, Really?! The stats suggest otherwise, there is quite a distinct drop off. The bottom 6 I have never even heard of (and through pop culture heard about quite a lot of other products we dont have here).

And even if some brands would not be exclusively sold in the us, but a handfull of countries elsewhere, that is a long way from worldwide sales (something being sold on the opposite side of the world does not equate to worldwide, eventhough it is spread out wide then)

mountain dew is one you hear about through popculture and dr pepper (though we do have the latter here not, sure that is the case for every country)

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Level 66
Nov 25, 2019
Btw sunkist rings a bell, I think I might have seen it in the Uk, when on holiday, I guess that would explain it is less low than the bottom 4. (Perhaps arizona is available there aswell? Or in australia)
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Level 75
Nov 25, 2019
Fanta is extremely popular in Latin America, not sure about the rest of the world.
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Level 84
Nov 25, 2019
Really. Your personal experience doesn't constitute the experience of the entire world. I know this is a really hard concept to grasp for some people. And, yes, something being sold in many different countries all around the world DOES equate to worldwide. (definition: spread out over many different points around the world) If, for example, there were McDonald's franchises in 49 out of 50 states but there wasn't a McDonald's in Wyoming (there is, this is a hypothetical), it would not be inaccurate to say that McDonald's was popular nationwide. And if someone did say that, and a resident of Wyoming piped in saying "hey! I never saw one where I'm from. Clearly they're not popular nationwide!"... the Wyoming resident would be daft. There are only 2 countries in the world where Coca-Cola is not sold: North Korea and Cuba. If based on this you said it's not sold worldwide, you'd probably agree that would be stupid. So where's the arbitrary cutoff? Not sold in 5 countries? Not sold in 50?
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Level 84
Nov 25, 2019
Or just not sold at your corner grocery? That's the real answer, right?

Also, I don't see the sharp drop-off you are referencing. There is a gently sloping curve downward starting with the 2nd most-guessed answer. The ones at the bottom are indeed the ones with the least global market penetration, but the top 12 answers are all known by more than half of test takers, and I've seen them all (and Snapple, ironically, the 2nd-least-guessed answer) sold around the world. That's close to all on a 16-answer quiz.

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Level 58
Nov 26, 2019
I don't agree with your Wyoming example. Given that the UK is the 5th largest economy in the world you would have thought there was a very good chance that a product claimed to be sold 'worldwide' would be sold there. That's like McDonalds not having branches in Connecticut. It would be madness given the potential size of the market. So I don't think it is fair to call someone daft for debating whether a product is 'worldwide' if it is not widely available in the UK. Just sayin
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Level 60
Nov 26, 2019
Guys... they're just beverages...
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Level 84
Nov 27, 2019
Okay. If McDonald's had branches everywhere except Connecticut... it would still be insane to say that they were not popular nationwide.
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Level 60
Nov 27, 2019
The first comment (by Algernon) has resulted in a total of 24 replies (obviously not counting the original comment)...
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Level 84
Nov 27, 2019
funny since he (Algernon) makes the same comment on every quiz with brands not stocked by the Circle K in Ambersham, Buckinghamshire.
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Level 66
Apr 18, 2020
Your personal experience doesn't constitute the experience of the entire world. I know this is a really hard concept to grasp for some people Exactly my point, you should listen to your own advice sometimes.

Just because you've seen something outside of the usa does not mean it's everywhere. And your examples are rather crazy and over the top. And I don't see why you are using Coca cola as an an example noone said that that wasn't a worldwide thing. You are claiming that if something is sold in the US and in Cuba, or lets pick a place further away, Brunei it is a worldwide phenomenon. Sorry man 2 countries definitely does not equate to worldwide. Many, yes and that was exactly what I was saying. Saying 49 states is not nationwide is indeed daft, just as daft as saying in 2 states is everywhere in the US..

as for your 2nd reply saying indeed the bottom 4 are less known globally, so why the whole reply in the first place.

And seriously not need for the downputting.

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Level 84
Apr 18, 2020
Everything I said is accurate. Read it again slowly if you want. I'm not the guy who lives in Virginia, once took a Caribbean cruise, and took a vacation to Europe where I visited France and England, and makes inaccurate assumptions based on his myopic view of the world. I'm the guy who has lived all over the world and traveled non-stop for most of my adult life, and looks up things before he comments. Maybe you got us confused.
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Level 71
Nov 17, 2022
Still trying to pick an argument with me @Kal?

Sorry, not biting, got better things to do. Besides, anyone who has been on here for more than a few months knows you are ALWAYS right, about EVERYTHING, and anyone who disagrees is clearly a moron. Luckily it never gets boring.

Ohh and I don’t live in Ambersham, Buckinghamshire. No idea where you got that from, or it even exists. But, FYI, not even the right country!

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Level 84
Nov 26, 2022
Thanks for letting us know that you're not arguing with this argument. Very convincing. And I have no interest in fighting with you it's just tiresome seeing you always complain about the same thing on every quiz, even though you are literally always wrong. Except when you're trying to be sarcastic, apparently.
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Level 43
Nov 25, 2019
Thanks for giving me all the ones I didn't know.
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Level 61
Aug 9, 2021
I am British and I never heard of Sunkist, Sierra Mist, Crush and Barq's.
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Level 18
Nov 14, 2021
thanks for the answers XOXO
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Level 70
Nov 2, 2019
Can't believe I didn't get Scweppes! Sierra Mist I don't like so no prob there... it just isn't Sprite! I kept trying some obscure soda brands like Ski, Squirt, and Suncrest! LOL Great Quiz! Now for some Sprite.......💚🍋
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Level 70
Nov 5, 2019
Would you be willing to accept Schwepps asan alternative spelling? I tried every combination of letters, but that last “e” really looks like it would change the pronunciation (thus why I did not try it).
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Level ∞
Nov 5, 2019
Yes.
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Level 72
Nov 4, 2019
Never realized how similar the Snapple and Sunkist logos are.
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Level 93
Nov 4, 2019
Right? I just kept tying Sunkist for a while wondering why it wouldn't work...
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Level ∞
Nov 5, 2019
Except that it is accepted for a different answer...
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Level 85
Nov 30, 2022
Yes, and I was trying "Sunny Delight".
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Level 65
Nov 5, 2019
No idea what half of these things are. We don't have them in Norway. Snapple, Arizona, Sunkist, Sierra Mist, Crush and Barq's. I forgot Schweppers cause I'm an idiot.
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Level 66
Nov 25, 2019
Same, those are the exact same ones I didnt know and arent sold here. And neither is mountain dew
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Level 52
Nov 25, 2019
Even though I made the quiz, Snapple, sierra mist, Arizona, Sunkist, crush and Barq's aren't available in New Zealand so I didn't even know some of these before I made the quiz
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Level 76
Nov 27, 2019
That is strange. I live in Sweden, and we have both Arizona and Snapple.
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Level 40
Nov 26, 2022
Yeah, we have Arizona in Ireland.
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Level 64
Nov 5, 2019
Had to look up the definition of "soft drink" because I always thought they were carbonated.
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Level 70
Nov 25, 2019
Pretty loose definition of soft drink being used here. I would also agree that it usually refers only to carbonated drinks (a synonym of soda). I guess there just using it in contrast to hard drinks to refer to non-alcoholic drinks.
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Level 78
Nov 14, 2019
No one has ever heard of any of these drinks.
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Level 88
Nov 25, 2019
Said no one.
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Level 67
Nov 25, 2019
I got all of them, and the only ones I've consumed in probably the past 15 years are Coca-Cola, Snapple, and Gatorade. If you live in the US, they're all very common (except maybe Sierra Mist).
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Level 77
Nov 25, 2019
Really?
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Level 60
Nov 26, 2019
Never heard of Arizona, and I live in Ohio. All the rest I got except Schweppes, which I vaguely know about (ginger ale?)
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Level 69
Nov 25, 2019
If you want to try international brands from the U.S., I recommend visiting the World Of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, GA.
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Level 84
Nov 25, 2019
Only one I missed was Fanta. They used to have commercials for them nonstop on some of the Arab movie channels over in Saudi Arabia. Wanna Fanta? Doncha wanna wanna Fanta? asked the commercials over and over ... but I rarely did.
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Level 68
Nov 25, 2019
I got only 10 right, and those where the brands that i can found in my grocery store, here in northern part of Europe.
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Level 66
Nov 25, 2019
Same here, 9 available here + heard of mountain dew.
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Level 83
Nov 25, 2019
For all those complaining, it could've been worse. RC Cola, Tab, Mello Yellow, A&W Root Beer, Mug Root Beer, Stewart's, Seagrams, Pibb, Shasta, Fresca, Dad's, Bubble Up....a lot worse.
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Level 57
Nov 25, 2019
I see you've never tried Moxie.
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Level 53
Nov 26, 2022
Not everyone remembers everything, and that was not a laundry list.

I remember where I stocked Moxie in the '80s... in front of Customer Service, where Steve Bishop would be beautifully singing truncated hits from the '70s, in the order of the tv commercials for moldy oldies compilations.

Anybody else been hunted down by Time-Life?

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Level 76
Nov 26, 2019
Don, do you remember Lotta Cola? We liked them because they had 16 oz. bottles when Coke was still being sold in the really small bottles. I drank a lot of "sody" when I was a kid - my mom thought it was healthier than Kool-aid to serve with her version of "fast food" - baloney on white bread sandwiches with plenty of Miracle Whip added. We drank Pepsi too, but those were best drunk in the hayfield on a hot day with a package of peanuts poured into them. I suspect it tasted so good because we were craving salt. Then Mom's Extension Club did a lesson on healthy food for children and our diets changed - she exchanged the bologna for scrambled eggs on our sandwiches to take to work in the field. If two-liter bottles had been available back then I shudder to think how much soda we'd have all been drinking.
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Level 83
Nov 18, 2022
Actually, this is the first I've ever heard of Lotta Cola. I grew up in NJ, so maybe that was a Midwest brand? Enjoyed your reminiscing. I remember, as a 7-year-old, having a bologna sandwich w/mayo made for me by my friends' mom, and I thought it was the greatest thing. Having bottles of Coke was a treat. We probably mostly made iced tea, especially in summer. Just the powdered stuff. Our biggest dietary faux pas was probably the sugary cereals we at almost every day. "Honeycomb" was my favorite.
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Level 56
Nov 25, 2019
All of the 'brand' quizzes are based primarily on products being sold out of the US. You have a large European and global following as well so should be accommodating everyone.
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Level 66
Nov 25, 2019
Missed Schweppes. Recognized it as ginger ale/club soda, but had no idea of the actual name, even after reading it.
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Level 42
Nov 25, 2019
Moro no Brasil. Nunca ouvi falar em Sierra Mist, Snapple, Barq's, Sunkist, Dr. Pepper, Arizona, etc, Na minha cidade (Belo Horizonte) inventaram Mate Couro, Guarapan! Kkkkk

I live in Brazil. Never heard of Sierra Mist, Snapple, Barq's, Sunkist, Dr. Pepper, Arizona, etc. In my city (Belo Horizonte) invented Mate Couro, Guarapan! Kkkkk

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Level 42
Nov 27, 2019
Not to mention that in my state (Minas Gerais), there are a number of "native" soft drinks, to mention: Abacatinho in Ubá (MG), Artemis in Patos de Minas (MG), Cibel in Poços de Caldas (MG), Del Rey in Ribeirão das Neves (MG), Frutty in São Gonçalo do Sapucaí (MG), Gol also in Ribeirão das Neves (MG), Guaraná Mineiro in Uberlândia (MG), Guaranita in Passa Quatro (MG), Jota Efe in Ouro Fino ( MG), Mantiqueira in Itamonte (MG), Mate Cola in Teófilo Otoni (MG), Pequetito in Monte Santo de Minas (MG), Pon Chic in Divinópolis (MG), Príncipe Negro in Barbacena (MG), Crystal Cup in Campo Belo (MG), etc.
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Level 28
Nov 25, 2019
got em all even tho i didn't know most of them by those logo.

23 seconds left. Great Quiz.

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Level 28
Nov 25, 2019
Didn't Germany create Fanta during WW2 and then Coca Cola bought it out after the war
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Level 77
Nov 28, 2019
Nearly true: "During the Second World War, a trade embargo was established against Nazi Germany—making the import of Coca-Cola syrup difficult. To circumvent this, Max Keith, the head of Coca-Cola Deutschland (Coca-Cola GmbH), decided to create a new product for the German market, using only ingredients available in Germany at the time [...] - the "leftovers of leftovers", as Keith later recalled [...].

The plant was cut off from Coca-Cola headquarters during the war. After the war, The Coca-Cola Company regained control of the plant, formula, and the trademarks to the new Fanta product—as well as the plant profits made during the war." (Wikipedia)

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Level 38
Nov 26, 2022
Nazi fruit juice, basically.
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Level 49
Nov 25, 2019
What? No Tanora???!!! 😉
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Level 22
Nov 25, 2019
I love soft drinks. they are very good.
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Level 58
Nov 26, 2019
I got the worldwide ones but don't get the 6 unknown like many people
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Level 84
Nov 27, 2019
One brand that I see sold around the world a lot (maybe could replace Crush or something else?) is Johnny Walker.
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Level 52
Nov 27, 2019
I've never actually heard of Johnny Walker being a soft drink as in New Zealand it's a type of alcohol, but i could be wrong
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Level 84
Nov 28, 2019
oh yeah nevermind. It's not a soft drink. If you wanted to change the title to beverage it would work.
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Level 14
Jan 26, 2020
you need to check on the spelling of your words because I got alot wrong and I spelling wrong please check on your spelling
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Level 38
Nov 26, 2022
Maybe you should check yours.
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Level 40
Apr 18, 2020
Never heard of Schweppes, and I always thought it was "Bargs" and not "Barqs". Huh.
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Level 47
Oct 23, 2020
Where is Irn Bru, eh! ???
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Level 63
Dec 15, 2020
ahhh Irn Bru, one of my favourites & made from girders!
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Level 20
Oct 15, 2022
Good quiz!
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Level 56
Nov 17, 2022
I never realized juices and other non-sodas were considered to be soft drinks. I thought soft drinks was an interchangeable term for sodas. Glad I get to learn something new every day
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Level 46
Nov 20, 2022
could take all the lettering out to make this a challenge
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Level 65
Nov 22, 2022
Never heard of Orangina, and wish I hadn't.
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Level 47
Nov 25, 2022
Hmm I believe that energy drinks, teas, etc. are not considered soft drinks. According to Wikipedia and Britannica, soft drinks are pretty much interchangeable with soda. I googled "are energy drinks soft drinks" and most of the top results seemed to say no.
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Level 83
Nov 25, 2022
I'm sure you could probably find all of these in Australia if you were really determined, but I am confident in saying that Snapple, Crush, Arizona, Orangina and Canada Dry have virtually no widespread recognition. Sunkist is around, but not popular. Coke is ubiquitous, Pepsi, Sprite, and Fanta are also pretty much everywhere. The others I haven't mentioned would all be recognisable to most Australians. I always find it interesting how some brands that make it big in the US are also household names here, whilst others which are massive in the US are totally unknown.
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Level 26
Nov 26, 2022
reminds me of my glory days!!! ahahah, I still think of my old sugar highs, lord nows i couldn't handle one of those anymore.... LOL! thats the way the body ages... man I miss my kidneys....
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Level 51
Nov 26, 2022
How wrong would it be to use 1 of my 3 wishes to remove Pepsi products from all fountain drink stations?
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Level 60
Nov 26, 2022
Was wondering why on earth Solo was absent until I looked it up and realised it was Australian.
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Level 59
Nov 26, 2022
There's quite a few that only Americans know in here, at least there's Orangina to compensate for that!
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Level 65
Nov 26, 2022
Never heard of Arizona, Sunkist, Snapple, Crush and Canada Dry. Most of them are not sold in the Netherlands or are difficult to find.
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Level 53
Nov 26, 2022
Quite proud I only got 10 of them
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Level 53
Nov 26, 2022
Forgot Snapple and Orangina. I've never even heard or Orangina
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Level 40
Nov 27, 2022
You live a depressed life without Orangina.
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Level 17
Nov 26, 2022
Gatorade should be spelled "Gator Aid". This is not fair me, nor any other quiz-takers.
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Level 25
Nov 28, 2022
how, its the brand name
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Level 25
Nov 28, 2022
Imagine looking at the comments for answers.
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Level 60
Nov 28, 2022
Have never seen an Orangina in the USA. Going to have to try it now.
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Level 85
Nov 30, 2022
I think having Orangina (rare in the US) is a fair balance for some of the other ones that are rare outside the US. Of course if you want to be truly ecumenical, you could add "Mecca Cola" (that's a real thing... Google it).
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Level 84
Dec 1, 2022
yes I've seen Orangina more commonly in non-American hotel mini-bars than I have ever seen it anywhere in the USA. The quiz is perfectly fair and plenty international.