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Caleb Bradham, called “Doc” Bradham by friends and acquaintances, was the owner of a Pharmacy at the end of the nineteenth century. In his Pharmacy, Doc Bradham had a soda fountain, as was customaries in pharmacies of the time. He took great pleasure in creating new and unusual mixtures of drinks for customers at the fountain. Like many other Entrepreneurs of the era, Doc Bradham wanted to create a cola drink to rival Coco cola. By 1895, Coco-cola was a commercial success throughout the United States, and numerous innovators were trying to come up with their own products to cash in on the success that Coco-Cola was beginning to experience. In his Pharmacy, Doc Bradham developed his own version of cold drink, and Doc’s drink became quite popular at his Soda fountain. The drink he created was made with syrup consisting of sugar, essence of vanilla, cola nuts, and other flavourings. The syrup was mixed at the soda fountain with carbonated water before it was served. The drink that Dr Bradham created was originally called “Brad’s drink” by those in his hometown of New Bern who visited the soda fountain and sampled his product. Those who tasted the drink claimed not only that it had a refreshing and invigorating quality but also that it had a medicinal value by providing relief dyspepsia or upset stomach. From this reputed ability to relieve dyspepsia, Doc Bradham created the name of Pepsi-Cola for his drink. Doc Bradham eventually made the decision to mass-market his product, and in 1902 he founded the Pepsi-Cola company. The advertising for this new product, of course, touted the drink as an “invigorating drink” that aids “digestion”.