How many of you all have tried this yet? We have had it here for awhile now and while I couldn't drink it regularly, I find it a refreshing change of pace.<br><br>It takes the "acidic" taste of coke and replaces it with the taste of vanilla. Tastes like a coke float. (a coke float is where you put icecream in a cup with coke for those who don't know)<br><br>
Take regular Coke, splash it over some ice and freshly squeezed lime, and kill some of the fizzle with this[/b]</font color=blue>!<br><br>:-)<br><br>Do you rhumba? Excellent! Now pick a rhumba and sit down.. GM
i am disappointed with vanilla coke. it's too mild in the vanilla flavoring. anyone who has ordered a vanilla coke at an old fashioned eating establishment has probably had a very good vanilla soda. the new vanilla coke is too drab. give me more. give me a real vanilla soda darn it. i thought for sure i'd give up pepsi (cherry pepsi) to switch to vanilla coke, but it won't happen. the dropped the ball with this new drink.<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
I don't think there's quite the correct mesh of tastes. I mean, Cherry Coke has its own taste. But Vanilla Coke tastes like Coke with vanilla. You can taste the two separate flavors. Know what I mean? Plus I agree with Sean, too weak with the vanilla flavoring. Aww screw it, I'm gettin' a beer.<br><br>
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