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Feb 2, 2009 01:32 PM

Inca Kola in Calgary

Does anyone know where I can find Inca Kola in Calgary? We are doing an event tied to Peru and would like to serve authentic kola.

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    At the bottom of the thread, the poster found some at Boca Loca although it was nearly two years ago. Worth a call to see if they still stock it - if not maybe they can aim you at a supplier.

    1. Yep, I used to buy that regularly, though I now live in BC. Nice re-con work cancowboy digging that thread up, funny that it was about A& W Soda

      1. An indirect longshot - you will need to do some additional legwork
        Event put on by "La AsociaciĆ³n Cultural Peru en Calgary".
        Click on the 2nd picture and look at the bottle on the table.
        Photo is from May 2008 (by the EXIF data).

        However, I can't find any contact info for the association.
        Probably the website know how to find them but there doesn't seem to be anything actually on the website.
        Or they could be defunct?

        1. Ok I'm curious about this Peru event of yours :)

          Found an online retailer Tifco Latinamerican Foods out of Toronto:

          If you can't find Inca Kola in town then they might be a good option at $0.89.can (plus shipping mind you). If you use them let us know how it goes and I might place an order myself.

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          1. re: maplesugar

            Thanks everyone. I did find the Tifco Latinamerican Foods website yesterday along with another one out of Miami that ships to Canada. So I think that there will be Inca Kola.

            The event is showcasing our company's operations in Peru to our employees. Should be a fun time.

          2. I may be off the wall, and I'll try and remember to have a gander today when I'm out, but I can almost swear I saw these drinks at Superstore.

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            1. re: raidar

              Inca Kola, the cola of the Andes. Beware of its addictive qualities.