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Hello everyone out there, long time no speak, due to extreme laziness and stuff like that. I’m still not in gainful employment, but with a new house I’ve got plenty to do….
…Anyway to the product itself.
I always thought the point of Coke (or diet Coke for the supposedly weight challenged among us like myself), was to taste like Coke, or Pepsi Like Pepsi. A few years back the Cherry Coke variety appeared which I could never stand, however…
..the Vanilla flavoured Coke is definitely a pleasant overall taste, especially if you’re into to Coke and like vanilla (obvious I suppose) although, it may be just a bit too sickly sweet for some folks, even in the diet variety. The texture of the drink seems smoother than normal Coke.
The price of it everywhere I’ve seen it is the same as normal Coke, so you’re talking from 75p to £1.50 for a 500 ml bottle and from 99p to £2 for a 2 litre bottle depending on where you make your purchase.
The thing that bugged me about it was the that taste reminded me of something , and then it came to me… Coke Float. If you’ve never had or tried a Coke Float , get a glass of Coke or Diet Coke, and don’t quiet fill it. Then a scoop or two of decent Vanilla Ice Cream and attempt to drink it, DO NOT leave this concoction as it will try to escape from the glass is the for of a sweet bubby brown foam as the Ice Cream dissolves into the Coke. So that’s where I reckon that they got their idea from, and not only that Aynsley Harriot includes it in one of his cookbooks as a recipe. Can you believe it!!!! But it does taste luxuriously decadent and gorgeous, and is quick and easy to prepare. You can substitute other fizzy drinks / ice creams to do your own concoctions.
Right that’s my contribution for this year. I’m off to do some maintenance on my web site http://www.songofthesalesman.co.uk/