EDIT: I found an answer to the question, but since this question has been closed, I cannot submit it. The answer would be based around this excellent video explaining step by step how to estimate the Intrinsic value of a fictitious company (though with different example numbers than mine).
I have already asked a similar question here, but this one is way more specific.
I would like to know how the value of the specific simplistic and fictitious company described below, could be determined according to the "value investing" philosophy. Warren Buffet can be seen on one of his YouTube videos, describing how he will first determine the value of a company if he was to buy the whole company. After that he will look at the current price of the company (share price * number of shares). If the latter is significantly lower, then he will buy the company.
My fictitious company is called Koki Cola and has the following characteristics. It sells 50 types of soft drinks. It earns 0.1$ for every soft drink sold across all brands and in all locations. It sells 100.000.000 soft drinks per year. The company has been around for 100 years and its sales have increased by a steady 5% during this time. The company also expects sales to increase by this much for the foreseeable future. No new competitors are expected and the current ones are not expected to be able to change the market in any way or suddenly increase their market share.
The company has 0 liabilities and 10.000.000$ in assets.