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Diet Vanilla Coke Where To Buy VERIFIED

Ordinary Coca-Cola already contains small amounts of vanilla. The history of adding additional vanilla flavoring to Coca-Cola, at least in the US, dates back at least to the 1940s when local soda fountain workers (soda jerks) would upon request add a "shot" (roughly two tablespoons) of vanilla syrup to a (12-16 oz) Coca-Cola fountain soda. For decades, this remained common practice in ice cream shops where vanilla syrup and Coca-Cola were both available. The Coca-Cola Company first tested a Coca-Cola blend with extra vanilla flavoring at the 1982 World's Fair in Knoxville, Tennessee.[1] After the introduction of Cherry Coke and the failure of New Coke, the company was hesitant to introduce anything radically new. It was not until early April 2002 that rumors began to circulate that the company was planning a new variation to their classic soft drink. The Coca-Cola Company was tight-lipped regarding the details of the new beverage, commenting to a London based newspaper, "We've always got a number of things in development," leaving open speculation for what was to develop.[2] It was later revealed that testing for a vanilla flavor had been completed and that the new beverage would be available in months. However, in late April 2002, the company announced that Vanilla Coke would be produced as early as May.[3]

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The marketing campaign for Vanilla Coke aimed to appeal across all generations. Yolanda Ball, brand manager for Coca-Cola Classic, said, "We had to learn how to balance the newness of vanilla with the established qualities of Coca-Cola".[4] Vanilla Coke debuted at the Vanilla Bean Café, locally known as "the Bean," in Pomfret, Connecticut. The diet variety would be directed primarily at women. The first public tasting of Vanilla Coke took place in the Buckhead district of Atlanta at the Three Dollar Cafe with Atlanta radio station Q100 and their morning hosts from The Bert Show.

Yum! I love adding a little torani to my diet sodas! This sounds delicious! I also love any kind of diet lemon lime soda with sugar free black cherry and vanilla! Tastes almost as good as a real shirley temple! ?

Up until recently, I had no idea just how popular diet coke with mix-ins was in Utah. While scrolling on TikTok I came across a video by user @toponlinefinds, who has over 2.4 million followers, replying to a comment left by someone confused that she'd put coffee creamer in her Diet Coke in another video she uploaded on January 20.

Unfortunately, I wasn't able to find pebbled ice or Coffee Mate liquid coconut creamer in my local store. Luckily, I'd previously visited the American Food Store in London where I picked up some French vanilla powdered coffee creamer from Coffee Mate so I ended up making do with that and regular ice cubes.

Nitro Pepsi comes in regular draft cola and vanilla draft cola flavors (no diet or cherry). You can buy the cans as singles or in a four-pack. I chilled a can of regular draft cola and one of vanilla draft cola provided by Pepsi, and compared them to regular Pepsi that I bought on my own and also chilled.

But don't just trust this review. Online reviews of the drink are pretty complimentary as well. "This tastes pretty close to regular Cherry Coke. It has both the coke taste and the added cherry flavoring," one reviewer wrote, adding: "The only downfall would be that it doesn't really offer the back of the throat sting that I look for in a soft drink. I would buy this again due to the taste." Basically, the Cherry Coke Zero is a great diet option, but it's still not the best.

But when scientists said saccharin, the sweetener in TaB, causedcancer in laboratory rats, Lisa looked for another diet drink. AtWendy's, where she worked the pick-up window after school and onweekends, it was Diet Coke or nothing. Nothing wasn't an option. 041b061a72


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