Bottle Ironbeer, first bottle design. Cuban soft drink
We wonder if in 1917, on a summer afternoon, when the mule-drawn wooden wagon arrived at a popular cafeteria in Havana, Cuba, one of the bottles delivered was the bottle we have in our site.
On a summer's afternoon, in 1917, a mule-drawn, wooden wagon arrived at a popular cafeteria in Havana, Cuba. It delivered the first four cases of a new soft drink that would soon be called "The National Beverage". The famous Ironbeer soft drink created by Manuel Rabanal, may have been delivered to that cafeteria, soon be called "The National Beverage", could have been bottled in this embossed bottle, this bottle remains in excellent condition.
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