On the assumption that alcoholic drinks are 'hard' drinks. So non-alcoholic drinks are soft drinks.
Alcoholic drinks are called 'hard' drinks: You've probably heard the expresion 'hard liqour', well all alcoholic drinks are considered 'hard'. Soft drinks have no alcohol in them, so they are called 'soft'.
Alphonso in soft drinks is a type of brand of soft drinks that is found in the Mango variety and it is called the Mango Alphonso.
The gas in soft drinks that makes drinks fizzy is called carbon dioxide.
Soft drinks are nonalcoholic canned or bottled beverages, usually carbonated, such as soda pop, lemonade, etc. Alcoholic drinks are called "hard drinks."
Soft drinks are soda-based drinks which do not contain alcohol or its components... thus it is also called a non-alcoholic drink. Alcoholic drinks are alcohol-based drinks... also known as hard drinks.
soft drinks is commonly called as pop or soda pop probably due to the presence of carbon dioxide bubbles in the drinks which make them fizzy or bubbly.
Carbonated drinks are soft drinks. But not all soft drinks are carbonated.
There is no specific collective noun for soft drinks. The collective noun for drinks will work, a round of soft drinks.
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Soft drinks are generally acidic.
To differentiate them from "hard" liquor. Hard, in this case, means potent, powerful or intense and denotes (like hard cider) alcoholic content from fermentation. Drinks without alcoholic content were labeled "soft."