Ramune is known for its distinctive Codd-neck bottle (named after its inventor, Hiram Codd).Explore More
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Ramune is a popular carbonated soft drink in Japan, known for its unique bottle design with a marble inside the neck that is used to open and close the bottle. It is believed to have originated in the late 19th century, and its name comes from the Japanese word "ramune" which means "lemonade". Ramune is typically made with a combination of carbonated water, sugar, and various fruit flavors, such as strawberry, melon, and peach. The drink is known for its sweet and tangy taste, and it's often enjoyed by both children and adults. Ramune is sold in a variety of flavors, and it's also popular in festivals and events in Japan, where it's often sold from food trucks or street vendors. It's also enjoyed in the summer months as a refreshing beverage. The unique bottle design of Ramune is also a feature of the drink, the marble that is used to open and close the bottle is known as "codd-neck bottle" which makes it stand out from other carbonated drinks. The bottle is sealed with a glass marble that fits into the bottle's mouth and is held in place by the pressure of the carbonation. To open the bottle, the marble is pushed down into the neck of the bottle, which creates an opening for the drink to be poured out.