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post #16 of 95
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what's the difference between regular and mexican coke?
post #17 of 95
I only had inka cola once in peru. To me, it tasted like cream soda.
post #18 of 95
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what's the difference between regular and mexican coke?

I'm not sure there is any difference other than the glass bottle, which is enough to make a Coke exponentially better IMO.

JB
post #19 of 95
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Coca-cola from Mexico.

~ Graham

+1000000
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post #21 of 95
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I'm not sure there is any difference other than the glass bottle, which is enough to make a Coke exponentially better IMO.

JB

I am surprised nobody knows the answer. The differnce is American coke uses HFC while other countries, such as Mexico, use sugar. The taste is noticeable. It's a different kind of sweetness. Some people say sweeter. You can get Mexican coke at Costco for about $20 a palette/case.
post #22 of 95
I don't normally drink soda, but I make an exception for:

1. Coke (from Mexico) (made with cane sugar)
2. Virgil's Rootbeer
post #23 of 95
Don't really drink soda, but when I do, it has to be Dr. Pepper.
post #24 of 95
Cherry Coke Zero.
post #25 of 95
Vernors or Red Pop
post #26 of 95
Thumbs Up Indian cola
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post #28 of 95
Boylan's all-natural cane cola. They make a regular, not all natural cane cola with a different bottle and label, which is still good, but this stuff is on another level entirely:

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post #29 of 95
I like Antarctica Guarana
Inca Kola (diet)
Fanta Orange Soda
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