"Wanta Fanta?" You might remember this catchy jingle, played behind advertisements for the fruity sodas in the 2000s. The beverages are actually much older than that. These soft drinks were first developed by the Coca-Cola company in Germany during World War II. The first Fanta flavors were simple: apples and sugar. In the decades since the drink was first developed, though, types of Fanta have expanded to include over 90 flavors across the globe.
What are all the Fanta flavors? In the United States, top selling varieties include fruit favorites like orange, strawberry, and grape. But this list travels the world to round up unique kinds of Fanta, the flavors you won't find in every grocery store or corner market. In Australia, for instance, you could enjoy a refreshing sour watermelon Fanta. You'd need to travel to the Netherlands to try a cassis, or black currant, version of the beverage. And some regions even boasted Fantas that tasted like bubblegum – not to mention birch beer or bitter herbs.It's up to you to decide which flavor of Fanta is the best. Vote the top Fanta flavors up towards number one, and add any rare bottles of pop that are missing.