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Only ingredients you understand.

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Never from concentrate.

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What People Are Saying

It's what "soda" should taste like... effervescence with a banquet of delightful flavors.

Katt H.

Tastes fresh, full of flavor with a good kick.

Merab Z.

Imagine orange soda. Now imagine it on steroids. The good ones. I'm talking like Barry bonds ones. Love this flavor!


The Lank Drank is wicked good!

Mia R.

I hate coffee, but I really liked the Sparkling Coffee Tonic.

Matt T.

Cool packaging cooler taste.

Crunch G.

Let's get real.

High-quality sparkling drinks with just a few simple ingredients.

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If you're gonna call it soda, you better call it SODA-licious 😉


Only 48 cans per batch.


With Puerto Rican produce in every can.

Puerto Rico lo hace mejor (does it better)

And our drinks prove it.

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Meet Our Growers

Finca Ilán Ilán

Hey Jorgé 👋🏽. Jorgé and his family take agro-ecological seriously on this 8 acre farm. A gem in San German, producing our flor de jamaica (hibiscus flower), vanilla, cacao, and more.

Revolutionize Agriculture.

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House Of Zen

Carrilyn and Simon's House of Zen in Vega Baja is a combination farm and creative retreat. Flor de jamaica? Check. Tropical oasis? Check. Good vibes? Check! 🧿

Zen Out.

Sandra Farms

Domenico, Israel, and the one and only Sandra own 200 acres in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico. Here we grow the juiciest citrus (lemons, limes, and oranges), Caribbean ginger, acerola, piña, and Puerto Rican coffee beans. 🌄

Sandra Farms.

Puentes Naturales.

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A little bit about us…

Yeah, we’re kinda quirky.

And proud of it.

After founding a publication advocating for emerging and local artists, and creating Public Art programs that hire local artists, it’s safe to say Sophie has a passion for the power of all things local. As a first generation Boricua, she brings that same passion back to the island to support the local food ecosystem.

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Energy Attorney Turned POPrietor

Mark left his career in Public Utility law to pursue his passion for providing wholesome and sustainable snacks. In 2017, the little Popped Culture market-stand in Harrisburg, PA expanded and relocated to Lancaster, PA to become The Pop’d Shop.