Christmas is less than two months away, and now Christmas products are really starting to hit the stores. One of them comes from the Egersund Begersens Brygghus brewery. They’ve teamed up with Santa Santa at the North Pole and are releasing a new soft drink for Christmas: the sloping Julebrusfabrikken.
The soft drink comes in a classic 0.33 liter can, no doubt Santa has spoiled the contents. If you are wondering what, you can scroll down the article.
Soda Christmas News
It’s not just about being successful with new kinds of Christmas soda. Many tried, but Not even Coca-Cola succeeds With finding its place in the Christmas soda tradition two years ago. Maybe it was too big?
This year, manufacturers are trying to release their new products. soloSuper launched a red Christmas soda Together with soft drink blogger Linnéa Myhre and brewery Nøisom they created a hero New Christmas Soda for Adultswhich they hope will find a place in the hearts of the people of Fredrikstad.
According to consumer researcher and sociologist Anchin Bahr Bog, gatherings and social meals are the most important thing for many at Christmas, and Christmas sodas fit right in here.
Christmas food can be seen as a symbol of abundance, and the usual warnings that food must be healthy are turned on their heads at Christmas time. Christmas food can also be seen as a symbol of social belonging and a form of nostalgia. Thus, Christmas meals serve as a form of celebration, says Bahr Bug in Komplett julerapport (2019).
Julebrus may be a strange Norwegian phenomenon, but the release of various types of holiday-related foods and products has spread in both time and space over the past 30 to 40 years, according to Sailor Bug.
– These products often contain sugar, fat and salt as the first ingredient, the so-called “convenience products”.
Since 2010, sales of Christmas soft drinks have increased more than 30 percent, according to figures from analysis agency Nielsen. Total consumption of soft drinks increased by about 20 percent.
It’s no coincidence that the Christmas soda you think is the best—it probably has roots in the same place you live—or maybe your parents.
How much emotion is associated with the raspberry-red (or, sorry, champagne-colored, for those used to it) soft drink could Leif Eliassen, Brand Manager at Aass bryggerier, sign, after Drammensbryggerier decided Replace your Christmas soda bottles with eco-friendly aluminum cans.
From Christmas soda to Christmas soda water
Orkla has been a hit with its Christmas soda, and in the past year no fewer than two types of Lerum have joined in.
This year, NorgesGruppen is launching a Christmas version of Boble sparkling water, with a taste of Christmas soda. For those who like the idea of Christmas soda, but really prefer to drink water. This smell is like a classic Christmas soft drink, but it has a little taste, no doubt this is flavored water, not some kind of light Christmas soft drink.
Tyne has also embraced the flavor of Christmas soda and is now releasing a Sunniva Iced Tea flavored with Christmas soda, no sugar in a limited edition.
More Soda Christmas News
There is no reason to just drink Christmas soda. You can now also have Christmas soda, in up to several varieties.
Q-dairies is releasing a different kind of Skyr for this Christmas, this time with a taste of Christmas soda.
Not even Christmas candy slip away. From Brynild you get sweet and sour bottles of Christmas candy soda. Here you do not have to choose between red or brown. The bottles, which are reminiscent of the classic cola bottles you find on a good little shelf, are made of two types, one of which is brown and champagne color, and the other is red and champagne color.
…then back to the soda elf slope. When Santa misbehaves with soft drink, one thing in particular has come under scrutiny: the color. The flavor profile is probably something that many people will like, this one tastes sweet, like some sort of classic brown Christmas soda.
By the way, this isn’t the first time someone has called a green carbonated drink at Christmas. to me the magazine Brzezinski Hansa claims they were the first to introduce the soft drink at Christmas in 1970, but Hammar Bregare is said to have launched a green Christmas soft drink flavored with licorice even earlier.
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