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Mexican Coke Coca Cola 6 12-Oz Bottles


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  • Mexican Coke Is Made With Sugar
  • Heavy Glass Bottles
  • 6-3.55ml Glass Bottles
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Mexican Coke is apparently made with pure cane sugar and not corn sweetener.

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  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 18 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002KEJYGA
  • UPC: 049000049947
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,585 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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This costs 3X the amount I would pay at any store.
S.
Many connoisseurs can tell the difference right from the beginning.
bernie
I did a taste test with an American cola and these are way better!
Veve

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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 25, 2010
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You know, I've been drinking Coke my entire life (50years), so when I first heard that you could still find original 1960's formula Coca Cola made with pure cane sugar vs. high fructose corn syrup, I was doubtful. I had wondered if Coke was planning such an item after the success Pepsi has had with its "Throwback" line (As an aside, their Throwback Mountain Dew is amazing). After discovering this product already existed south of the border, I immediately ordered a six-pack just to see if there was any difference. The executives at CocaCola state there is no difference whatsoever in the taste of the two, and, well, while the great Coke taste is very similiar, the Mexican version has a much lighter, less syrupy aftertaste, which I would definitely prefer and could easily tell the difference in a blind taste test. In conclusion, simply, if you love Coca Cola, do yourself a favor and order this version. Now. You won't be sorry.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By bernie HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 4, 2013
Okay where do I start?

Coca-cola around the world contains basically the same formula. However, some of the ingredients changes due to availability, government pressure, and probably particular tastes.

Coca-Cola has known to have been made with sugar, Stevia (Japan and Argentina), and the nefarious corn sweetener that dietitians are now warning us about. In Belgium, they still make Coke with the original citric acid, which gives it a rather nice aftertaste (fat chance trying to buy Belgium coke). Looks like we are stuck with phosphoric acid.

Not the government but Coca-Cola tried to put one over on us before the government stepped in to put the kibosh on sugar to boost the corn industry; the invention of "New Coke" was never meant to replace the original Coca-Cola. What it did was force us to drink mouthwash for a couple years so that when they brought out the Coke with corn sweetener they could call it classic, notice not original.

Many connoisseurs can tell the difference right from the beginning. Some people actually got headaches from corn sweetener and realized later what it was. Still today there are a handful of people that either cannot taste the difference or even prefer corn sweetener.

My suggestion is to get some Mexican Coca-Cola where you can and test it for yourself. For me it is not just the taste. It goes down smooth or and unless Mexico has a different formula, it tastes richer with a real sugar base.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jason Kirkfield VINE VOICE on February 16, 2011
Of course, back then everyone drank the good stuff. This was before the U.S. Government-sponsored sugar wars of the 1970s, leading the soft drink manufacturers to use cheaper high-fructose corn syrup instead. (+ History Lesson included below)

It was never a taste or health decision, purely cost. Of course we now know there are other (long term) costs: HFCS probably has plenty to do with the frightening increase in obesity and diabetes in this country. (* recent Princeton study; see link in Comments)

Coke's current U.S. offering isn't just bad FOR you. It tastes horrible, too. And despite official Coca-Cola comments to the contrary ("All of our consumer research indicates that from a taste standpoint, the difference is imperceptible"), anyone who has tasted both knows the difference. The suits in Atlanta have a vested interest in protecting their bottling partners on this side of the border. Their apparent failure at the taste test table thus becomes understandable if not acceptable.

On the other side of the border, however, Mexican Coke still uses cane sugar, which translates to pure sweetness not to mention less aftertaste. Nice heavy glass bottles add to the appeal. Find these at your local carniceria or bodega, or even by the case at some Costco or Sam's Club locations.

REFRESCO indeed!!!

P.S. If you are unable to find Mexican Coke locally and unwilling to pay the shipping premium here, just keep your eyes open this Spring for the special Passover Coke, which also forgoes the corn syrup for good old fashioned (and Kosher!) sugar.

[+ History Lesson follows]

By the late 1970s, increasing tariffs on imported sugar forced U.S. food manufacturers to develop alternative sweeteners. The answer quickly became high-fructose corn syrup, the price of which continues to be kept low through government subsidies for corn growers. Damn the taste, we know what fat Americans with dead taste buds want!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Brearey on June 6, 2011
There's nothing like a Coca-Cola with REAL sugar. I live for Passover time when I can get Kosher Coke at the local supermarket, which also has real sugar. For the in between times, I like to grab some Mexi-Coke. It's so much better than the regular Coke that is readily available at my local supermarket. If I didn't have a place close to my home where I could get it, I might consider paying the $21 here on Amazon. But since I can go to Wegman's and get a whole case (24 bottles) for $1 LESS than it costs for the 6 bottles here, I'll pass. 5 Star product - 1 Star price. (I split the difference with 3 stars for the review.) If you don't have Wegman's near you, consider taking advantage of this offer. If there's a Wegman's close to you, just go there and get a case.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By RoyT on June 18, 2012
Are you kidding me? At least in my area, Fairfax County, Virginia, there are plenty of places you can go to buy Mexican Coke for a dollar a bottle. Try places like Shoppers Food Warehouse, any number of ethnic grocers, even some gas stations. Just beware- Coke is bottling the "'merican" coke in small bottles, so make sure it is Mexican coke you're buying.

IT MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD!

Oh by the way, this seller is a huge rip-off.
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