Since 1876 the most popular Japanese fizzy drink and a real Japanese icon of summer and summer festivals, Ramune (ラムネ) takes its name from "Lemonade", as its flavor is a very Japanese take on lemon flavoured soda.
In addition to the unique and unmistakable flavor, Ramune is one of the few drinks that are still bottled in the Codd bottle, in which a marble acts as a cork: to uncork it, it must be pushed down with a special cork-press included, in order to trap the marble in a small deformation of the glass, which holds it without preventing drinking; a simple and fun operation, unchanged since more than a century. 200ml.
Carbonated water, fructose-glucose syrup, acidifier E330 and E331, aroma, flavor enhancer E327.
A Japanese classic, which once tried becomes an everyday classic!
5 cm x 5 cm x 20 cm