Sprite 1.5L

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Sprite 1.5L is a lime drink truly meant to quench your thirst & refresh you. Lemon-lime taste makes you feel like you’ve just stepped out of a cold shower.

Sprite it has true feelings for your thirst. Believe it! Its crisp lemon-lime taste makes you feel like you’ve just stepped out of a cold shower.

Sprite is a colorless, lemon and lime-flavored soft drink created by The Coca-Cola Company. It was first developed in West Germany in 1959 as "Clear Lemon Fanta" and was introduced in the United States under the current brand name 

Sprite in 1961 as a competitor to 7 Up.Sprite 1.5L is a lemon-lime flavoured soft drink with a crisp, clean taste that gives you the ultimate cut-through refreshment.  Sprites are supernatural and sometimes trick.CARBONATED WATER, HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP, CITRIC ACID, NATURAL FLAVORS, SODIUM CITRATE, SODIUM BENZOATE (TO PROTECT TASTE).When you hear the word “Sprite,” odds are you don’t think of an elf or a fairy. You likely think of a fizzy, clear, caffeine-free lemon-lime soda that comes in green bottles. Sprite is created by the Coca-Cola Company. It’s the world’s leading lemon-lime soda and the third best-selling soft drink worldwide and is sold in over 190 countries.As the brand describes itself, “[Sprite] has a crisp, clean taste that really quenches your thirst.” Since the late 1980s, the Sprite brand has intermingled heavily with hip-hop culture. They positioned their brand and slogan (“Obey Your Thirst“) in such a way that drinking a Sprite isn’t only about quenching your thirst – it’s about being true to yourself and expressing yourself, just like so many do with hip-hop.  This brand have come to represent youth and the “cool” factor – drinking a Sprite is a fresh expression of your individuality.Coca-Cola had owned the rights to the Sprite trademark since the 1940s, long before there was ever a drink called Sprite. In the early 1940s, Coca-Cola started running an advertising campaign featuring an elf-like figure called Sprite Boy, who used the names “Coca-Cola” and new nickname “Coke” interchangeably in advertisements. The Sprite Boy campaign was discontinued in 1958 – three years before Sprite the beverage would be introduced. The name originated from the previous Coca-Cola campaign, but it was a focus group that ultimately chose the name Sprite.
Manufacturer Splash
Pattern Solid
Style Modern
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