History of Barbican

The Barbican drink, a non-alcoholic beverage, originated in the Middle East in the late 20th century. Developed by the Barbican Beverage Company, it gained popularity for its unique flavors and refreshing taste. Initially marketed as an alternative to alcoholic beverages, Barbican gained traction among health-conscious consumers and those seeking a non-alcoholic option for social occasions. Its diverse range of flavors, including fruit-based variations, contributed to its success globally, particularly in the Middle East, Asia, and Europe, where it became a staple in many households and social gatherings, offering a satisfying and flavorful alternative to traditional alcoholic beverages.