LONDON: Coca-Cola, Robinson's and Nescafé are among the most popular drinks brands in the UK, according to a new study.

Key Note, the market research firm, has estimated that the UK drinks market was worth £58.3 billion ($92.7bn; €64.8bn) in 2009, a figure that equates to around 6% of all consumer spending in the country.

Alcoholic drinks accounted for around three-quarters of this total, with soft drinks delivering £12bn of all revenues, and hot drinks a further £3bn.

Coca-Cola is regularly consumed by 55% of shoppers, the same figure as posted by Robinsons, with Nescafé on 51%, and Tetley on 45%.

While the wine and cider markets are both growing, the beer category's share of alcohol sales has fallen from 50% to 42.9% in the last ten years.
According to Key Note's estimates, the spirits and liqueurs segment's volume and value share has remained stable over the same period.

Data sourced from International Supermarket News; additional content by Warc staff