The drink is the invention of Caleb Bradham, a pharmacist and drugstore owner in New Bern, North Californa. In past due 1890's, he previously been experiencing with Coca and Kola components in the syrup form. By mixing this syrup with carbonated normal water, he produced an extremely pleasing beverage that not only tasted good but also made his customers feel great. He marketed it as a cure of dyspepsia (indigestion). Initially called Brand beverages by his local friends, the neighborhood friends, the drink was formally entitled PEPSI COLA in 1898. By 1902 the syrup was so popular that Caleb was devoting the majority of amount of time in the preparation, product packaging, marketing, advertising, and overseeing the syndication than it to other pharmacies. His sales increased rapidly and in 1904 he bought the Bishop Mill and modified it into his bottling seed for Pepsi Cola.