This research is conducted in Bandung, the capital city of Jawa Barat province, Indonesia. The traditional Sundanese drinks or beverages, such as Jeniper, Lahang, Doger Ice, Goyobod Ice, Cingcau Ice, Bajigur, Bandrek, and Sakoteng are considered as eco-drinks. The word eco- comes from a Greek word oikos,  the meaning of it is related to anti-pollution.  These traditional Sundanese drinks have good system in preparing the drinks, having good qualities ingredients, and the wastes are friendly environment. The objectives of this research are to identify and analyse the names of the eco-drinks linguistically, and   to describe all aspects of the drinks that related to eco-culinary concept. The research uses qualitative method. The data are taken from interviewing and the media. The results are, several names of the traditional Sundanese eco-drinks are written morphologically in the word formation process of blending.   The traditional Sundanese drinks use the healthy ingredients, tropical fruits which grown around the Sundanese’s houses in Jawa Barat province. The preparation of the drinks is eco-friendly. The wastes of the fruit can be thrown away into the holes called bio-pores, which later become compost to fertilize the soil. The Sundanese traditional eco-drinks are harmless to the environment which is called as a friendly environment.

Keywords: Traditional Sundanese drink, eco-drinks, friendly environment