By the time the summer drink is out, we’ll be in a position to appreciate what it’s like to drink a hot, refreshing beverage on the go with a friend, according to a recent report from the Beverage Marketing Institute (BMI).
While the beverage has been available to consumers for a couple of years now, it may be a bit too late to catch up on the latest buzz.
According to the Beverages Research Institute (BRI), the popular summer drink Tom Collins (formerly known as Tom Johnson) and James Joyce’s (formerly James Joyce) “summer soda” is no longer being sold by the drinker to the general public.
According the report, the beverage is only available for purchase through the British Soft Drinks and drinks companies, which include Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Colgate-Palmolive, but there are still plenty of places where consumers can get their hands on the beverage.
Accordingly, the average Briton can only get their fill of the beverage from a couple to six times a week.
But that could change as the new beverage has already made its way into stores and is available for the first time in the UK.
The new drink is actually being brewed at the British Beverage Co., a new company that was founded in February by British Soft Beverages Ltd.
and the new company is now owned by Coca-cola.
According it’s marketing materials, the new British Beverages Co. is “designed to bring the beverage experience to the consumers in a more personalized and engaging way than ever before.”
It’s not clear how long the beverage will be available in supermarkets and the Beveraging Institute recommends that consumers not consume more than one bottle per day.