Inca Kola is the best-selling soft drink in Peru and is hailed as the "national beverage" in that country.
It has a unique sweet-lemon flavor with low carbonation. This product has a bubble-gum flavor variant.
It was made by the Lindley family in Rimac, Lima in 1910. And now, it is partly owned by the Coca-cola Co since 1999. It is known in the South America and is now available in some parts of the United States.