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Tuesday, 24 November 2015


The powdered fruit drink was born of an experiment by Edwin Perkins in 1927, when he was looking for ways to reduce shipping costs for a liquid-concentrate fruit drink.

Koll-Aid's mascot, a liquid-filled, smiley-faced pitcher with arms and legs (see below), started to give the product legs of its own in the 1950s. His catchphrase of "Oh Yeah!" is now embedded in American pop culture.

The Kool-Aid Man would crack his pitcher and lose a third of his Kool-Aid from bursting through just one wall.

Kool-Aid can be turned into Gatorade by adding some salt.

Source Associated Press

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