Paso de los Toros (drink)
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Paso de los Toros (English: Bulls' Crossing) is a Uruguayan commercial line of carbonated soft drinks named after the Uruguayan city Paso de los Toros. Originally produced by a local company owned by Rómulo Mangini, it is currently owned and marketed by PepsiCo.
|Product type||Soft drink|
|Introduced||c. 1929; 94 years ago (1929)|
|Previous owners||Rómulo Mangini (1929–55)|
Originally being a name for tonic water, Paso de los Toros was expanded into a line in itself, with the inclusion of lemon and grapefruit flavored drinks.