Mirinda Logo – Mirinda is a beverage gas originally created in Spain but worldwide distribution, available in a variety of fruit flavors: orange, grapefruit, apple, strawberry (strawberry), pineapple (pineapple), and grapes. The name means “wonderful, beautiful” in the language Esperanto, spoken by the creator of the drink. Although the number of varieties, the orange flavor is probably the most encompassing global sales of Mirinda. However in some areas, Mirinda is the name most commonly associated with another flavor and northern Argentina, where Mirinda apple flavor is the most accepted.
Mirinda is available in several Spanish-speaking countries, including Bolivia, Paraguay, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Ecuador, Argentina, Uruguay, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica and Venezuela. In Spain sold in Madrid, Murcia and the Canary Islands. Is also Zealand, Malta, the China, Malaysia, Singapore, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Thailand, Serbia, Pakistan, Montenegro, and the United States. It is also commonly found in Middle Eastern countries like Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, Iran and Lebanon. In Italy is known as Slam.
Mirinda was later bought by its creator U.S. multinational PepsiCo, and competes with Fanta of The Coca-Cola Company and Crush of Cadbury-Schweppes.