"The national drink of Austria" Almdudler is a sweetened carbonated beverage made of grape and apple juice concentrates flavoured with Alpine herbs. Its flavour is similar to ginger ale or elderflower cordial but with a somewhat fruitier and more bitter flavour. 330ml can
Almdudler was developed in 1957 by Erwin Klein, who derived the name from the then-common phrase auf der Alm dudeln, which means singing in the (alpine) meadows. In the wine-growing regions of eastern Austria, it is a popular mixer with locally-produced white wine.