A quinine apertif soft drink bottled by Coca-Cola in Italy. It tastes like something one would use to remove paint from old furniture. If you ever go to the World of Coca-Cola pavillion in Atlanta or Las Vegas, there is an exhibit called Tastes of the World where you can drink regional and hard-to-find Coke beverages like Mello Yello and Mr. Pibb, along with global products, like a wide variety of drinks from the ever-changing Japanese soft-drink market. If you go and check it out, don't drink the Beverly. Tell one of your friends that it's great and that they should try it, though.