1886 Cola with West African Kola Nut & Colombian coffee bean

1886 Cola with West African Kola Nut & Colombian coffee bean

The new 1886 Cola combines West African kola nut and Colombian coffee bean to offer a unique cola flavour. The ingredients, both found in the southern hemisphere, are rich in taste and quality. The recipe uses over 10 different herbs and spices, infused with vanilla, producing a sweet, yet dark, flavour. The finest kola nut has been combined with a bean that is green, rather than roasted, which adds to the great cola flavour. Available in 250ml can.

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Franklin & Sons is an award-winning range of handcrafted soft drinks, tonics and mixers, combining handpicked, specially sourced natural ingredients with a heritage dating back to London, 1886. Nev...Franklin & Sons is an award-winning range of handcrafted soft drinks, tonics and mixers, combining handpicked, specially sourced natural ingredients with a heritage dating back to London, 1886. Never using sweeteners or preservatives, the whole range is expertly crafted and packaged in bespoke bottles that celebrates the brand’s London heritage. More

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