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View Poll Results: Which of the two do you enjoy better?

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  • Coca Cola

    58 70.73%
  • Pepsi

    24 29.27%
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    Coke.

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    Coke. Dry, more vanilla.

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    Coca Cola.

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    Personally, there are times when I really like to drink Pepsi - usually because I've not had it in ages. But I love Coca Cola. It's taste is awesome, and would make any occasion.

    ... Coca Cola all the way!

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    Yeah, Pepsi is too sweet.

    A perfect Coke is straight from the can in a cold glass with ice that tastes like it was made from clean water.

    Or in a cold glass bottle.

    Can't do warm coke or coke from the can.

    A friend of mine once told me all about how different venues have different fountain Coke. How much it is watered down and other elements that I have forgotten vary. Some restaurants' fountain Coke just doesn't do it for me.

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    Coke for sure either from a can, glass bottle or fountain (depending, like disregard said). Plastic bottled soda is garbage.

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    I enjoy water. Chilled, still, no added artificial flavouring. But I voted for Pepsi, it tastes better in my opinion, although they both kind of suck along with other coloured bubble water drinks.

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    I used to work for one of those companies at the corporate level.

    I stopped drinking the free cola products while working for the company. Noticing the health problems among more tenured co-workers. In India, they actually use colas as pesticide...sure I'll have one cola about once per month or two months.

    I think the health risk are too serious to drink it everyday, especially several times per day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    Coke for sure either from a can, glass bottle or fountain (depending, like disregard said). Plastic bottled soda is garbage.
    Oh yeah, I forgot about the plastic bottle.

    I cannot enjoy soda in a plastic bottle! It's too warm and too harsh. It needs to have ice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    I cannot enjoy soda in a plastic bottle! It's too warm and too harsh. It needs to have ice.
    +1

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