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Lift (drink)

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– Lift was introduced in Australia and New Zealand in the 1990s.
– It replaced the Mello Yello brand, which had replaced Leed Lemon Soda Squash.
– The only flavor in the Lift range was Lemon, with occasional limited-time flavors.
– In 2015, it was rebranded as Fanta Lemon Lift and then reverted to Lift in 2016 with a more sour taste.
– Lift was discontinued in Australia in 2022 and replaced by Sprite Lemon+.

– Lift was first introduced in Germany in 1974 with Lemon juice.
– In Germany, Lift Apfelschorle contains 55% apple juice and water without added flavoring.
– Variations in Germany include Lift Apfel and Grapefruit, which contain apple and grapefruit juice.

– Lift is made with real lemon juice.

See also:
– Australia portal.
– Appletiser.
– Solo (Australian soft drink).

– Sprite releases two new flavors with a caffeine twist.
– Popular soft drink discontinued nationwide.
– Lift addressed rumors of discontinuation in New Zealand.
Coca-Cola addresses rumors of Lift discontinuation in New Zealand.

Lift (drink) (Wikipedia)

Lift is a range of soft drinks produced by The Coca-Cola Company that has been available in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Germany, Austria, Philippines and Eastern Europe since the 1970s, which is carbonated and flavored with fruit juice. In Australia and New Zealand, a standard bottle of Lift is lemon flavoured, whereas in Germany and other markets the default flavour is Apple.

Country of origin Australia
Introduced1990; 33 years ago
Discontinued2022 (Australia)
Cans and carton of Lift before 2015 rebranding

Lift Apple and Lift Lemon were previously part of eight international soda flavors featured and available for tasting at Club Cool in Epcot.

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