Sweeteners: Soft drinks contain a lot of sugar, which is needed to change the taste, and sometimes artificial sweeteners (aspartame) and (sucrose) can be used. Flavors: The addition of acids to soft drinks gives a bite to the person who drinks the soft drink, and this differentiates the taste of soft drinks from other drinks. One of the acids used to add this prick is phosphoric acid and citric acid, as well as carbonated water, which is water that contains a second gas. Sure, dissolved carbon is under pressure and caffeine is added as a stimulant. Preservatives: Some preservatives for the formation of soft drinks (potassium sorbate and ascorbic acid). Colorants: Orange soda and others are used to give a soft drink.