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Different taste of Coke in Thailand depending on the bottle size

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This topic is about Coke having different taste depending on the bottle size.

 

Of course i could be going crazy, but Coke Zero specifically, tastes different when bottled in 1.25l in comparison to 1.5l

 

The 1.5l has a better taste, would not say more sweet but more pleasant where as 1.25 is kind of rough on taste. The cans and small bottles have same taste as 1.5 l

 

Is it me going crazy, or someone else also notice the difference?

 

Can not comment on regular Coke as i do not drink it, but Zero

 

I am pretty sure all bottled at the same factory, so why would it taste different? unless again, i am loosing my marbles

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there's no gas in it, same goes for the Fanta.

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9 minutes ago, Youlike said:

there's no gas in it, same goes for the Fanta.

so you also notice the difference between the 1.25 and 1.5?

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1 hour ago, BestB said:

I do not think they use sugar in Zero at all, they use Stevia 

 

I have seen it some western countries where the can has Stevia in bold around the top of the can but I'm pretty sure that in Thailand it is sweetened with the usual aspartame and acesulfame K.

 

But you're right, certainly no sugar.

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11 hours ago, BestB said:

Is it me going crazy, or someone else also notice the difference?

 

Can not comment on regular Coke as i do not drink it

applies to regular Coke too!

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Logically id say you are losing your marbles, but this is Thailand everything is possible. 

 

I would say there would be one production process for all Coke Zero and then it gets in bottles but that is just logic.. it might not apply here. 

 

How have you tested it.. bought two different bottles.. and drank a glass from both of them in a short time ? If so then you must be right if you go on memory then you might be wrong. 

 

I can't say i tried, i gave up on those stevia flavored drinks, they are of course a lot better then the alternative.

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Rubbish processed drink, whatever, with zero nutrient value. If it contains artificial sweeteners (Ugh) they're more unhealthy than sugar additives. As are all similar soft drinks marketed today.

 

As for stevia, being a plant extract, it probably is the best  - and less likely to be harmful to health -alternative to sugar and sweeteners. Why anyone would consume sugar, however, is beyond me. If it had been discovered today, it would have been banned as a toxic substance.

 

 

 

 

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Just now, DannyCarlton said:

No one has asked for my opinion as an avid consumer of Coke Zero, so I'm not going to give it.

Oh go on. It would lighten up a serious topic.

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13 hours ago, BestB said:

Of course i could be going crazy,

It's the coke!

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1 minute ago, stephenterry said:

Oh go on. It would lighten up a serious topic.

Sorry, I don't feed trolls.:crazy:

 

BTW. You're all a bunch of trolls, I'm the only genuine poster on TV. :cheesy:

 

Biggest troll on TV? This; :stoner:

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13 hours ago, BestB said:

Is it me going crazy

Eeeh! Yes, I ould like to consider that as a reality.

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