Japanese food company Nissin, known for its instant noodles, has introduced a line of Cup Noodles-flavored sodas in honor of its 50th anniversary celebration.
The drinks: Available this month, the soda drinks will be available in four flavors, including the basic Cup Noodle in a ginger ale style, seafood with a cream soda base, curry cola and a chili-tomato, according to Sora News 24.
Evelyn and Stephen, the owners of Holi, took inspiration from their love of Indomie Goreng — instant noodles served with oil, soy sauce and seasoning — and their habit of eating their own work when they created the flavor.
People are using green tea as a replacement for water when trying to make instant ramen or noodles, and they seem to love the results.
SoraNews24 experimented with the green tea instant noodle combination. One can either make the tea from tea leaves or put a tea bag in hot water, but pre-made green tea from a local convenience store also works as long as it is boiled first.
More Chinese people are saying no to instant noodles as sales of these “convenient noodles” are plummeting while consumption of healthier alternatives are rising.
Analyst Xiao Chan has attributed the decline of instant noodles to today’s “new generation of consumers” who opt for “healthier, finer products.”