Wholesale American Soda

Are you looking for a UK distributor of wholesale American Soda? We stock some of the biggest American Drink Brands, all available to buy in the UK for our wholesale customers.

With so many different brands and flavours available, we are sure you’ll find something that you’ll love.

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American Soda Wholesale

Buying wholesale American soda is an excellent way to save money while stocking up on your favourite American drinks.

Whether you are a business looking to provide drinks for customers or simply need large amounts of soda for special occasions, buying American Soda in bulk can be much more cost-effective than purchasing individual cans.

Your customers will be blown away by our wide range of American Soda brands, such as PRIME Hydration Coca-Cola, AriZona Drinks, Fanta, Kool-Aid and Dr Pepper to name just a few.


What is America’s soda?

America’s Soda or American Drinks is a range of carbonated soft drinks that are popular in the United States.

The most iconic of these drinks is Coca-Cola, first sold in 1886 and still seen as the quintessentially American pop today.

Since then, they have become increasingly popular, seeing more and more products come to market.

Iconic American brands such as Pepsi, Dr Pepper, Mountain Dew, Sprite and Fanta are some of these and all are available right here at The Kandy King!

Mountain Dew

Americans also have an affinity for root beer, a beverage made from sassafras roots that date back to Colonial times. Today, root beer can be found in many varieties across the country.

No matter what type of soda it is — traditional or modern — it’s sure to be enjoyed by all. So, stock up on your favourite brands and let your customers enjoy the sweet taste of America’s soda from home!

What is the most famous soda in America?

It’s got to be Coke, hasn’t it?

First invented in 1886 by John Pemberton, it has become an iconic American drink and one of the most recognisable brands in the world.

Wholesale Coca-Cola

Not only is it popular for its original flavour, but also for its wide range of flavours such as Vanilla, Cherry, Diet Coke, Coke Zero Sugar, and more.

In addition to its delicious taste, Coke has become a part of the world’s collective memory and imagination. From the film, ‘Coca-Cola Cowboy’ to the famous Christmas truck commercials on TV, this renowned drink continues to be a source of joy to people around the world.

coca-cola Christmas truck tv advert
Iconic Coca-Cola Christmas truck TV advert

It’s no wonder why it’s been such an enduring favourite among soda drinkers for over 130 years. Whether you’re enjoying an ice-cold can as part of your summer barbecue or raising a glass to toast a special occasion, Coca-Cola always adds an extra bit of joy to the moment.

What is the UK version of soda?

In the UK we don’t really call it soda. It’s more commonly referred to as simply ‘fizzy drinks’, ‘soft drinks’ or even ‘Pop’.

Just the same soda, fizzy drink or pop includes a wide variety of carbonated beverages, including cola, lemonade, and other fruit-flavoured drinks.

These are typically non-alcoholic and sweetened with sugar or artificial sweeteners.

Why does soda taste different in the UK?

The answer to this lies in the difference between the UK and US versions of a soda. For example, Coke is often sweeter in the US than it is in the UK due to differences in ingredients used.

The UK version uses high fructose corn syrup as its primary sweetener, while the US version relies on sugar cane and beet sugar for sweetness.

Sugar Cane
Sugar Cane

This can make a significant difference in taste as different sweeteners have distinct tastes that contribute to overall flavour profiles.

In addition, there are also other minor differences between how sodas are made in each country.

In some cases, countries add ingredients like preservatives or artificial colours to their drinks which affect their taste. Moreover, carbonation levels and water used in the production of soda can vary between countries, which can also affect the taste.

Overall, there are a variety of factors that contribute to the unique taste of sodas in the UK versus other parts of the world.