|a.k.a.||Vin Tonique Mariani a la Coca du Pérou; Mariani Wine|
|Vendors||Mariani & Co.|
Vin Mariani, or Vin Tonique Mariani à la Coca du Pérou (French: Mariani Tonic Wine with Peruvian Coca), was a tonic wine, made from a mixture containing coca leaves and Bordeaux wine, created by Angelo Mariani in 1863. At the peak of its success, the coca wine sold some ten million bottles a year; however, this was all ended relatively abruptly, as French authorities banned coca in 1910, followed by other nations, while Mariani himself passed away in 1914, effectively ending all trade of his brand.
- (in French) La Coca Du Pérou et Le Vin Mariani: Botanique, Historique, Thérapeutique, Paris: Mariani, 1878, https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/012394164
- (in English) Coca Erythroxylon, Vin Mariani: Its Uses In the Treatment of Disease (4th ed.), Paris: Mariani and Co., 1886, https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000918169
- (in English) Mariani, Angelo (1890), Coca and Its Therapeutic Application, New York: J. N. Janos, https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/100587392