Some of the most popular drinks of the '70s came from imports from island locales such as Hawaii, Fiji and the Caribbean. The pina colada claims its heritage from Puerto Rico and is popular still today. Made of several different fruit juices and rum, the Bahama Mama is sourced from the islands of the same name. These drinks evoked the bright and sugary sweet days of vacation and paradise for.
Defunct brands. Martinelli's formerly produced a hard cider, now only produces sparkling apple juice, California, USA; Red Rock Cider, now defunct brand made by Taunton Cider, division of Blackthorn Cider, United Kingdom; White Lightning, discontinued at the end of 2009; See also. List of cider and perry producers in the United Kingdom.
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It had 20% alcohol by volume. Advertising implied the wine was a Russian import but it was produced in the US. It went out of production in the late 1970s. Two notable brands are produced by the Centerra Wine Company (a division of Constellation Brands). Cisco is a fortified wine with varieties selling at 13.9%, 17.5%, and 19.5% alcohol by volume.