Almdudler Austrian Alpine Soda, 11.2 fl oz (330 ml)

$ 1.95

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SKU DE-103

Viennese entrepreneur Erwin Klein produced this irresistible soft drink in 1957. He derived the name from the then-common phrase "auf der Alm dudeln", which means "yodeling in the (alpine) pasture". The drink was originally created and marketed as an alternative to alcoholic beverages or as a mixer for alcoholic drinks. Made with alpine herbs, Austria's national drink is unbelievably delicious and refreshing!       

  • Facts 11.2 oz. Product of Austria. 
  • Ingredients Water, sugar, carbon dioxide, acidifier citric acid, colouring sulphite ammonia caramel, natural herbal extracts. Free of chemical preservatives. 

Viennese entrepreneur Erwin Klein produced this irresistible soft drink in 1957. He derived the name from the then-common phrase "auf der Alm dudeln", which means "yodeling in the (alpine) pasture". The drink was originally created and marketed as an alternative to alcoholic beverages or as a mixer for alcoholic drinks. Made with alpine herbs, Austria's national drink is unbelievably delicious and refreshing!       

  • Facts 11.2 oz. Product of Austria. 
  • Ingredients Water, sugar, carbon dioxide, acidifier citric acid, colouring sulphite ammonia caramel, natural herbal extracts. Free of chemical preservatives. 
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