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Bing Drink

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Bing was a Tizer-esque drink made by Silver Spring. Like its fellow Silver Spring drink, Cocopina, it was bright in colour, this time orangey red, and was often sold at sports days across Kent.


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Do You Remember Bing Drink?

Do You Remember Bing Drink?

  • Anonymous user
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    can we still get bing drinks today from shops or online
  • Anonymous user
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    Tesco's in Kent sell Bing and Cocopina, the Bing flavour always reminds me of bubble gum. Almost everyone at my school in the mid 80's bought Silver Spring, or reused the bottle to decant squash in :-)
  • Anonymous user
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    man..we used to have a van from corona come round...cocapina was awesome!!
  • Anonymous user
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    I loved bing. Living near the silver spring factory we used to often go up to there and buy the cheap bottles with no labels, about 10 2L bottles for £1.50, bargain!!!
  • Anonymous user
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    I remember drinking Bing and Cocapina, along with the not so nice lemonade, coke and orangeade that Silver Spring produced. These drinks were some of the first (I think) to come in plastic 2 litre bottles so were quite a novelty after the usual '10p return' glass ones. Bing was shocking orange in colour and no doubt full of E number goodness, but I loved it, though it fell more on the Irn Bru side than the Tizer side for me.