Inca Kola is South America’s leading soft drink and is made by the same company that produces Kola Real. In the US, however, it often goes by the name Ciel (which is Spanish for heaven) or Inca Mist. But wherever you live, one thing is for sure: It’s really, really good.
Inca Kola is an aromatic and bittersweet soft drink produced in Peru since 1925. Inca Kola originated in the Andes region of Peru. The drink is sweet, with a distinct citrus taste. It has a slightly bitter aftertaste, and contains an alluring yellowish color that comes from its extract of yerba mate, corn syrup, and cane sugar.”
Originally, Inca Kola was from South America. At one point, the brand was owned by Coke and sold in the United States. After that, the company decided to sell the brand back to its owners in Peru. Nowadays, Inca Kola is a delicious drink that comes in different flavors.
Does Inca Kola have caffeine?
Yes, Inca Kola contains 38mg of caffeine per 12 fl oz can and 3.17mg of caffeine per fl oz (10.71mg per 100ml).
|Serving size||Caffeine Amount||Calories||Caffeine strength|
|8.45 fl oz (250ml)||26.8 mg||98.6||LOW|
|12 fl oz can||38 mg||140||LOW|
How Much Caffeine is in Inca Kola?
- Caffeine Amount: 38 mg
- Caffeine strength: LOW
- Calories: 140
- Serving size: 12 fl oz can
- Sugar: 39g
Compare caffeine in Inca Kola
|Popular Sodas||Serving Size||Caffeine|
|Inca Kola||12 fl oz||38mg|
|Coke||12 fl oz||34mg|
|Pepsi||12 fl oz||38mg|
|Shasta Cola||12 fl oz||43mg|
|Fanta||12 fl oz||0mg|
|Mountain Dew||12 fl oz||54mg|
Ingredients in Inca Kola
- Carbonated Water
- High Fructose Corn Syrup And/or Sucrose
- Citric Acid
- Sodium Benzoate (to Protect Taste)
- Artificial And Natural Flavors
- Yellow #5