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Japanese lemonade Ramune orange - KIMURA GANSO RAMUNE ORANGE

Reference 6-EPI-2409-K1067

Japanese Ramune lemonade - KIMURA GANSO RAMUNE ORANGE 200ML



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Technical Data

Capacity 200ml
Product origin made in Japan
Energy 166 KJ / 39 Kcal
Carbohydrates 9.7 g
wich Sugars 8.9 g
Protein Default value
Salt 0.02 g
Aroma orange

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Japanese lemonade Ramune - KIMURA GANSO RAMUNE ORANGE 200ML

Ingredients: Carbonated water, fructose-glucose syrup, sugar, flavor, acidifier E330 and E331, stabilizers E452 and E450, colors E102 and E110.


Ramune (ラ ム ​​ネ) is a carbonated soft drink sold in Japan since 1872, and produced by the Japanese beverage company Sangaria (サ ン ガ リ ア). Ramune is a phonetic distortion of the English "Lemonade".

These bottles are made of glass and are sealed with a ball of the same material. This ball clogs the bottle thanks to the pressure exerted by the carbon dioxide contained in the drink. To open it, a utensil is provided to push the ball inside which will click when the drink is poured. Two recesses in the bottle are used to help the drinker drink without being bothered by the ball thus retained.

A little training is necessary to master the blocking of the ball which allows drinking without having to stop to let it fall. Ramune is one of the modern symbols of summers in the land of the rising sun, where it is generally consumed during the festivals of this season on particularly hot days and nights. Once emptied, the bottles are often returned to traders for recycling.

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