Kirin Hyoketsu Lemon 6% Can | Thirsty Camel

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Kirin Hyoketsu Lemon uses Hyoten Toketsu technology to deliver a perfect blend of sweet and sour lemon notes with a crisp, refreshing flavour. The juiciness in this beverage leaves you wanting more each time. Hard to say, easy to drink. Kirin Hyoketsu Lemon.

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