Some refer to this as the best non-alcoholic bottled drink in existence. It's carbonated, contains real orange pulp, and it usually comes in a strangely shaped little bottle. Part of the fun is that you don't get nearly enough. It's also fun to pronounce the name.

Though the word "Orange" is in the name, the juice itself is actually yellow.

Places to find it

Things that taste great along side it



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A few years ago I read somewhere that Coca Cola tried to buy Orangina but the French government would not allow it. -EdPereira

Well, there is its competitor (unless they're owned by the same company) aranciata. I always pronounce it Orang-eeee-na ... but sometimes I think it's fun to call it Orang-eye-na ... like the vagina of an orange. — S

2005-12-27 00:53:41   I love Aranciata, not so crazy about Orangina. —MikeIvanov

2005-12-27 16:40:29   The thing about Aranciata is that it doesn't even have a twist-off bottle top. You have to get a bottle opener! — S

2006-07-07 01:55:48   I found this stuff at some little Mexican food place between here and Santa Cruz. Soooo goooood. And I don't even like orange juice. Also Safeway here sells this wonderous juice. —MichelleAccurso

2007-05-08 11:29:15   I think newsbeat sells it —StevenDaubert

2008-04-23 01:12:14   hehehe one case of orangina $23 USD 25 come per case. Larger sized bottles mind you, not the pinner ones. —StevenDaubert

2009-12-06 19:38:57   This stuff is the nectar of the gods. I've seen a perversion that comes in a can. Don't be taken in by it. It's the bottle or nothing. —CovertProfessor

2009-12-06 22:32:40   I find it lacking flavor compared to Organics Blood Orange soda. —hankim

2010-05-04 23:28:15   Wow! There's a daviswiki page about my favorite drink! Davis sure is progressive. How about a page for Nutella now? —LeeY

2010-05-05 21:36:35   Wow, why have I never heard of this until now? Sounds like something I would drink too much of… gotta get myself some of this sometime. —EBT

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