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Cola

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Kola nuts are the bitter, caffeine-containing seeds of kola trees.      Kola Nut Powder (Cola acuminata).
Left: Kola nuts are the bitter, caffeine-containing seeds of kola trees
Right: Kola Nut Powder (Cola acuminata)
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Cola
Category:Cola (genus)
Coca-Cola
Kola nut
(a genus of about 125 species of trees)

    • Inca Kola, a very successful cola soft drink made in Peru
    • Kola Real, a Peruvian soft drink
    • Kola Inglesa (literally "English Cola"), a Peruvian soft drink
    • Kola Román, beverage bottled and manufactured by Panamco FEMSA Colombia
    • Red Kola, Scottish carbonated soft drink made by Barr's
    • Scho-Ka-Kola, a German chocolate brand
Cola plant (Cola acuminata).

Cola plant (Cola acuminata)
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Kola Nut

Cola plant (Cola acuminata).

Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
  Angiosperms
  Eudicots
  Rosids
Order: Malvales
Family: Malvaceae
Subfamily: Sterculioideae
Tribe:
Genus: Cola
Selected
Species:

Cola acuminata
Cola nitida
Cola octoloboides
Cola pachycarpa
Cola philipi-jonesii
Cola porphyrantha
Cola praeacuta
Cola reticulata
Cola scheffleri
Cola semecarpophylla
Cola suboppositifolia
Cola umbratilis
Cola usambarensis
Cola vera
Cola verticillata

 

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