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Experience the refreshing taste of 7 Up, an American brand of lemon-lime flavored non-caffeinated soft drink. Owned by Keurig Dr Pepper and internationally distributed by PepsiCo, 7 Up offers a crisp, clean taste that quenches your thirst. Created in 1929 by Charles Leiper Grigg, this iconic beverage has been a favorite for generations. Enjoy it cold, use it as a mixer, or add it to your favorite punch. Choose 7 Up for a refreshing, caffeine-free beverage option.

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7-Up (24 x 0,33 Liter cans UK)

14,60 
Experience the crisp, refreshing taste of 7-Up, a classic lemon-lime soda that's perfect for any occasion. Packaged in a convenient 24 x 0.33 Liter cans,…

7-Up Cocktail Exotique (24 x 0,33 Liter cans FR)

16,90 
Experience the tropical delight of '7-Up Cocktail Exotique', a refreshing beverage that transports you to a sun-kissed beach with every sip. This ready-to-drink cocktail, packed…

7-Up Mojito (24 x 0,33 Liter cans FR)

16,90 
Experience the refreshing twist of '7-Up Mojito', a tantalizing blend of classic 7-Up with a hint of mint and lime. This ready-to-drink beverage, packed in…

7-Up USA Cherry (12 x 0,355 Liter cans)

15,80 
Experience the refreshing taste of '7-Up USA Cherry', a delightful blend of classic 7-Up flavor with a sweet cherry twist. Packaged in a convenient 12…

7-Up USA Zero Cherry (12 x 0,355 Liter cans)

15,70 
Experience the refreshing taste of '7-Up USA Zero Cherry', a zero-calorie, ready-to-drink beverage that's perfect for any occasion. This fizzy delight, packed in a convenient…

7Up Zero Sugar (24 x 0,33 Liter cans DK)

11,19 
Experience the crisp, refreshing taste of 7Up Zero Sugar, now available in a convenient 24-pack of 0.33 Liter cans. This thirst-quenching beverage offers all the…

What is the original flavor of 7 Up and how has it been consumed traditionally?

The original flavor of 7 Up is a lemon-lime flavor. It is commonly consumed cold, either refrigerated or with ice. It is also used as a mixer for highball alcoholic lemon-lime soda cocktails, including the 7 and 7 (Seagram's 7 Crown and 7 Up) and CC and Seven (Canadian Club whisky and 7 Up). 7 Up is also used in both alcoholic and non-alcoholic punches.

Has the formula for 7 Up changed since its launch?

Yes, the formula for 7 Up has been reformulated several times since its launch in 1929. In 2006, the version of the product sold in the U.S. was reformulated so it could be marketed as being "100% natural". This was achieved by eliminating the chelating agent calcium disodium EDTA, and replacing sodium citrate with potassium citrate to reduce the beverage's sodium content. This reformulation contains no fruit juice and, in the U.S., is sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS).

Are there any variants of 7 Up available?

Yes, the formula for 7 Up has been reformulated several times since its launch in 1929. In 2006, the version of the product sold in the U.S. was reformulated so it could be marketed as being "100% natural". This was achieved by eliminating the chelating agent calcium disodium EDTA, and replacing sodium citrate with potassium citrate to reduce the beverage's sodium content. This reformulation contains no fruit juice and, in the U.S., is sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS).