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christmasrush
07-06-2009
11:18 PM ET (US)
Hello
 
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08-07-2007
10:54 PM ET (US)
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08-07-2007
10:30 PM ET (US)
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Julia
11-30-2002
07:11 PM ET (US)
What are you guys on about? the vanilla in the coke isn't actual vanilla. Its the fat that comes out of icecream. Its a clear substance that tastes of vanilla but really isn't
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phinex_60's_gurl
10-09-2002
02:09 PM ET (US)
i love the taste of vanilla coke
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jasonarg
06-03-2002
12:00 PM ET (US)
and has anyone seen tis www.vclounge.com where is it then, it's not around where i live
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Rush_Guitarist
05-22-2002
10:45 PM ET (US)
     Whoever said that Dr. Pepper tastes like Vanilla Coke is seriously a dumb !@#$. Vanilla Coke is an awesone drink mixed to perfection. Its gonna be the biggest drink to hit this year you watch and see. Hey and try it mixed with some crown :) its great. So go out and get some.
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ectwist
05-22-2002
08:39 PM ET (US)
I loved the southerner claiming the origin of Vanilla Coke is the south. I always thought it was a New York thing. It's good to know the south likes Vanilla Coke, which we NY City kids have been enjoying for years. It's almost as good as a NY egg cream, the best drink in the world. Also, NY was the birthplace of soda. NY'ers aren't just serious about their pizza and baseball. I do hope Coke's formula for the vanilla coke is a winner.
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Pollux
05-08-2002
11:42 PM ET (US)
Alright, for credentials, I've been a merchandiser for CCE (Coca Cola Enterprises...the company that distributes coke in much of the United States). We had our sales rally today for the summer of Vanilla Coke. Here's the scoop:

Take the flavor of Coca Cola, take away that little bit-of-a-bite it has, and mix in the flavor of creme soda, and you have exactly what it tastes like. Some people liked it at the sales rally, some didn't. I was intrigued by the flavor, but not at all blown back. I did bring home a bottle to experiment with though, and you know what? It tastes GREAT with ice cream. For anyone who likes Coke floats or Root Beer floats, you'll love the flavor with ice cream. Otherwise, it won't be such a hit.

The product is targeted to 18-24, so expect to see your typical "Keep cool, have fun with Coke" type ads on MTV and Friends and other shows that target that demographic.

One other thing: You'll be seeing a new lable on Cherry Coke as well, but it's just a label change, but they're not changing the flavor. It's just to try and unite all the different spin-offs of Coca Cola together to act as a battleship force this summer against Pepsi Co.
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Kroger Buyer
05-06-2002
12:59 AM ET (US)
OK CCE man...there are some guys in security that want to talk to you! Seriously, my Coke (CCE) sales rep brought in some of the new Vanilla Coke and it tastes very good. I took a bottle home to my teenager and she was crazy for more...I had to ask my rep for another couple of samples. The taste is hard to describe and doesnt overpower you...sort of a smooth, subtle taste that makes you want more. From all I've seen Coke looks like they've got a big winner on their hands. Last year Pepsi's Code Red started off good, but it just cannibalized Mountain Dew business. Coke's marketing people have done a good job to creates something really new...look for it in stores...Kroger stores that is!
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Classic Man
04-29-2002
04:06 PM ET (US)
As an employee of CCE I can assure you that the "Vanilla Coke" (copyright) will be on the market very soon and will be a Major Success. With the wide range of products such as Minute Made, Disani water, Mr. Pib, Sprite and Cherry Coke, Vanilla will be a great addition. With all of the buzz going around how can in not be a complete success? It will be nothing like Dr. Pepper or Cream Sodas. Just wait and see!! Its comming!!
Edited 04-29-2002 04:07 PM
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EHodgepodge
04-05-2002
09:44 AM ET (US)
Finally, the folks down in Atlanta (World of Coca-Cola) have decided to do what drug-store fountains in the South have been doing for years. The vanilla syrup makes the coke much more mellow and takes the acidic bite out the the effervescence. I can't wait until the release. I almost never consume soft-drinks but I just can't resist a Vanilla Coke whenever I see an opportunity to order one. I think Vanilla Coke will dominate the Coke off-shoots (Cherry/Lemon) much like Krispy-Kreme (another Southern invention) has taken a strong-hold in the doughnut market. Chalk one up for the South!
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Jeffery Sellers
04-02-2002
03:47 PM ET (US)
Of course Coca-Cola already contains vanilla. "Cola" flavor being a combination of citrus (oil and/or juice), spice (cinnamon and/or nutmeg and/or coriander mostly) and vanilla. Most colas use various combinations of these, vanilla seems to be most frequently left out as it is in the 1923 Pepsi recipe or Amanda Foubister's GPL OpenCola recipe.
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Matt Hinrichs
04-02-2002
11:58 AM ET (US)
Check this mp3 file out - a swingin' '60s commercial for SIX varieties of flavored colas from Shasta. Love it.
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Tim Bond
04-02-2002
09:51 AM ET (US)
It would be interesting to see how much Coke with vanilla places like Sonic (http://www.sonicdrivein.com) sell. My partner always gets vanilla added in to his Coke when we eat there. Kroger supermarkets used to sell cans of vanilla cola in their store brand and I often bought that (I wonder if they still sell it).

I do love Dr. Pepper... As for Dr. Pepper being vanilla coke, I can see someone making the comparison - it is also kinda like a cream soda, another favorite of mine.

Tim - http://geocities.com/timbond
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Steelydan
04-01-2002
11:38 PM ET (US)
I actually think vanilla and coke is a good mix. It's not like mint and chocolate, which I feel is the devil's work.

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Philip Shropshire
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