A mild, naturally cloudy fizzy drink made with freshly pressed sun-ripened oranges from Egypt and a splash of lemon juice.
Anjola was declared as a trademark in 1952 and registered for Johannes Gleseke from Hamburg in 1953. The concept: a pineapple-flavoured fizzy drink in a bottle made to resemble a pineapple. But when the business ceased production in 2008, Anjola suddenly became history.
The Hamburg-based company fritz-kulturgüter gmbh has held the trademark rights to Anjola since 2013. Towards the end of 2015, it relaunched the former classic fizzy drink with its original word mark, but this time in five delicious varieties. All vegan, with Fairtrade-certified ingredients and 100% fresh, organic fruit (not from concentrate). Instead of the 0.25-litre bottle with crown cap, the drinks are now packaged in fully recyclable 0.33-litre returnable glass bottles with a screw top. The bottle still has its pineapple shape, but it is now slightly more streamlined. Also still there are the natural deposits of fruit pieces and spices. Shake gently and serve cold.
Anjola is available to buy wherever fans of unique flavours get the urge for a special fizzy drink with a special story – beautiful, fair packaging filled with flavour.