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Creamola Foam (often mis-spelled Cremola Foam) was a drink produced from the 1950s up until 1998 in Scotland. It was very popular in Scotland and Northern Ireland where it was sold and there has been a huge demand from the public to bring it back.
The drink was supplied in tins and was made by adding water to the powder causing the mixture to froth up. It was available in orange, raspberry, lemon, and cola flavours.
Recently a sweet maker in Dunbartonshire recreated Creamola Foam despite the fact that the original recipe has been forgotten. It has been suggested that an old tin was found in a shop in Orkney during renovation and that he had it analysed to find out the secret ingredient that caused the mixture to fizz up.
This has resulted, so far, in six flavours of Kramola Fizz (orange, raspberry, lemon, lime, cherry, and cola) which taste very much like the original.
It is only being sold in a dozen shops in Scotland which sell out of it very quickly making it difficult to get hold of. It is, however, also available to buy online from fizzshop.co.uk.
We have just added Kramola Fizz in tins to our site. These are replicas of the original tins and are available in orange, raspberry, cherry, lime, cola, and lemon flavours.