Is Vanilla Coke avaliable at any parks yet (in soda fountains)? ------------------ "They want you to take the rolls."- Cory Matthews "Did you know that the hole's only natural enemy is the pile?" -Bart Simpson
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Coke is so much better than Pepsi, no wonder they are switching! "Coke Real" is just the new slogan they have for this year. Coke sems to change there theme/motto every year. Last year it was "Classic Coke" with the old fanshioned bottles all over the can. This year, "Coke Real" had bubbles and white/yellow stripe on the can. I like the new cans... ------------------ Surfs up in Hollister, CA! Later Dudes...
And no, Vanilla coke isnt at fountain stands yet. restraunts and parks usually tend to keep the basic pop brands, ex. regular coke, regular pepsi, sprite.... ------------------ Surfs up in Hollister, CA! Later Dudes...
I am pleased to say that Paramount's Kings Island served vanilla coke and cherry coke this year. They served both in the bottle or from the fountain. Though you won't see a fountain labeled just for that, they will do that old style "soda shop" technique of pouring a coke and adding the vanilla or cherry syrup.
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I don't mind the switch from pepsi to coke at all,it's not like one is any better than the other because when it's hot outside & you're thirsty you don't really care what you get as long as it's ice cold.
As for vanilla coke,it's the only product by coca cola that I don't like at all,it just tastes downright nasty in my opinion.
(User pulls just finishing Coke can out of garbage can, and notes it has the yellow and white stripe design)
I don't see the phrase "Coke Real" or even the word "Real" on this can. I do like the new look of the can, it almost seems retro to the cans that were around before Coke had the bad experiment (New Coke)
I have seen a couple restaurants serve Vanilla Coke from the fountain, (and yes, some that do it the old fashioned way)
I have a suggestion for those who dismissed Vanilla Coke for being way over-the-top sweet: Try a Diet Vanilla Coke, its the only soft drink I know where the diet tastes better than the regular.
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