Drinks and Beverages (Non-Alcoholic) Business Name Generator & Ideas

Monster

An energy drink company with a simple premise; that drinking their energy drink will turn you into a monster/beast – a common reference to peak performance in the sporting world.

Mountain Dew

An apt name that invokes a refreshing feeling to those who see it. It is perfect for a company that produces a drink meant to make you feel refreshed.

Although the company name is derived from the beverage’s original two ingredients, cocaine leaves and kola nuts, its repetition and catchiness are compelling and memorable.

Red Bull

Another energy drink company. The company name is based on the idea that if you wave a red flag at a bull, it will become enraged and charge at you. Use of the word ‘bull’ also connotes strength and energy, a sort after characteristic for performance.

Gatorade

Derived from the name Gator-Aid, the company hints at aiding (helping) sports players to compete at their best.

Nescafe

Using the word cafe in the name immediately indicates to a customer that the drink in question is one based off/is coffee.

Schweppes

A play on sound. The name, while hard to spell, is almost impossible to forget.

Silk

A favourite barista phrase meaning perfectly frothed milk with no micro-bubbles. Silk’s range of alternative milks are marketed as being, silky smooth.

Califia

A regional reference to the state of California, the company which produces almond milk, plays off the region’s fame for growing almonds.

Snapple

An invented word that combines the word apple with snap. This communicates to consumers that the company produces fruit drinks and that getting your daily allowance of fruit is as easy as a snap.

SodaStream

The use of stream indicates the devices ability to create an ever flowing ‘river’ of soda for the user.

Marketing Strategy & Useful
Advertising Terminology

Clients range from large corporations to small businesses and individuals. Large customers need to be wooed using price points, scalability, expertise and transparency. Individuals and small businesses meanwhile, are usually just seeking out the simplest, cheapest way to stay on top of their income and expenses.

Thirst-quenching, ice-cold, ‘free from’, low kj, contains ‘real sugar’, preservative free, instant energy boost, pure energy, open happiness, refreshing, delicious, great taste, zero sugar, zero calories, maximum taste

Clientele & Interests

Clientele and their associated interests are split along beverage lines; soda drinker want a tasty drink and possibly a sugar rush, while energy drinkers want peak performance in either business or sport. The lines are split even further when it comes to health drinks and juices.

Peak performance, sport, job, socializing, sugar cravings, school university, health, exercise

Industry Related Words

Soda

soft drinks

water

cold pressed

organic

juice

can

bottle

spring water

carbonated

still

sparkling

cola

thirst

coke

soda stream

diet

obesity

sugar

concentrate

mixer

Dr Pepper

Sprite

Mountain Dew

7-up

root beer

ginger beer

orange crush

Fanta

crème soda

high fructose

colorings

caffeine

fruit punch

tea

coffee

non-alcoholic

chilled

ice

summer

cold

cool

plastic bottles

glass bottles

soda fountain machines

fast food

mixed drinks

straw sip

gulp

lolly water

seltzer

soda pop

pop

mineral

fizzy drink

fizzy juice

cool drink

carbonated beverage

soft drink

ice tea

sports drinks

electrolyte supplements

Nescafe

Nesquick

milkshake

iced drink frappe

smoothie

milk

mocktails

squash

cordial

syrups

fruit nectar

fruit sherbet

coconut water

espresso

cappuccino

flat white

latte

doppio

piccolo

iced coffee

almond milk

rice milk

oat milk

soy milk

herbal tea

bubble tea

Nespresso