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Cherry-flavoured 11 oz. bottle (Generation #1)

Clearly Canadian is a flavoured sweet sparkling water produced by Clearly Canadian Beverage Corporation in Vancouver, British Columbia. Clearly Canadian was extremely popular in the 1980s and early 90s, but fell out of favor in later years. BG Capital Group Ltd. is currently the largest shareholder, owning more than 50%, of Clearly Canadian Beverage Corp.[1]

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Flavors

Cherry-flavored 14 oz. bottle (Generation #2)

Clearly Canadian comes in a variety of flavors:

And under their "ZERO" (so named due to Splenda being used as a sweetener) lineup:

Beverage contents

Cherry-flavored 14 oz. bottle (Generation #3)

Cherry flavor contains the following:

Clearly Canadian was briefly sweetened with a blend of sucralose and cane sugar, but was restored to its original formula in 2006 after customer disapproval. [1]

Bottle history

The three generations of the bottle are shown to the right. The first generation is an 11 oz. conical bottle and the second generation is a 14 oz. tapered cylindrical bottle with different mod designs on each flavor's bottle. In 2006 the bottle received a third design that is once again clear and has textured maple leaves around the top. This bottle also has "Canadian" definitions of distinctly Canadian terms such as Rough Riders. All have an aluminum screw-on cap with built-in tamper-proof (the lower portion of the cap breaks when opened).

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