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Rock Hill Coca-Cola has been a beloved part of the York County community since 1906. Among its offerings is the iconic Sprite, a refreshing lemon-lime soda that originated in Germany in 1959. Known for its distinctive green packaging and dimpled bottle, Sprite quickly gained popularity among the youth market. Today, it's available in over 190 countries and comes in more than 17 different versions, including Sprite Zero and Sprite Cherry.

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Sprite Lemon Lime (24 x 0,33 Liter cans DK)

17,50 
Quench your thirst with the refreshing taste of Sprite Lemon Lime, a fizzy delight that's perfect for any occasion. This ready-to-drink beverage, packed in a…

Sprite USA Lymonade Legacy (12 x 0,355 Liter cans)

16,50 
Introducing Sprite USA Lymonade Legacy, a refreshing blend of classic Sprite and a splash of lemonade. This ready-to-drink beverage, available in a pack of 12…

Sprite Zero Sugar Lemon-Lime (24 x 0,33 Liter cans NL)

19,50 
Experience the refreshing taste of Sprite Zero Sugar Lemon-Lime, a fizzy delight with zero sugar and a burst of citrusy goodness. This ready-to-drink beverage is…

What is the origin of Sprite and how did it get its name?

Sprite was originally developed in West Germany in 1959 as part of the Fanta line with the name Clear Lemon Fanta. Two years later, it was introduced to the U.S. market with its new name, Sprite. The name “Sprite” had been around at the Coca-Cola Company for many years, used for a white-haired elfin figure in Coke marketing during the 1940s.

What is the significance of the color green and the dimples on the Sprite bottle?

Since Sprite’s introduction, the packaging and marketing have always heavily focused on the color green. The dimples on the Sprite bottle represent the bubbles in the carbonated drink. These features have become iconic to the Sprite brand.

What different versions of Sprite are available?

Since Sprite’s introduction, the packaging and marketing have always heavily focused on the color green. The dimples on the Sprite bottle represent the bubbles in the carbonated drink. These features have become iconic to the Sprite brand.