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Coca Cola 6 bottles only £2.00 at asda
Coca Cola 6 bottles only £2.00 at asda

Coca Cola 6 bottles only £2.00 at asda

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Just done my shop and seen asda are doing 6 x coca cola bottles for £2.00 and online too

Coke tastes much nicer out of a bottle so grab them while you can

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Good to see they are back to £2

link not working for me

Again.

at the end of the day, coke is coke no matter what container it comes in.

good price if you *must* have it in diddy bottles i suppose, just not sure why you would care.

cowkiller

at the end of the day, coke is coke no matter what container it comes … at the end of the day, coke is coke no matter what container it comes in.good price if you *must* have it in diddy bottles i suppose, just not sure why you would care.


Way to rain on the parade (_;)
Edited by: "Nevasleep" 19th Aug 2010

as long as it's a clean bin, of course it'd be the bloody same :P

cowkiller

as long as it's a clean bin, of course it'd be the bloody same :P



For me it tastes better in glass, than a can.

Hot from me --Coke in glass bottles is the zenith of mans evolutionary taste party (in ones mouth)--and everyones invited .

Original Poster

Coke in a bottle rocks , simple as that

Voted hot again. Wasn't gonna vote hot for more expensive at £3 and it paid off

anyone know if this is coke made in GB or NI?

(may sound daft but GB coke makes me sick, NI bottled coke doesnt!)

voted hot. glass bottles do taste better!

Nevasleep

For me it tastes better in glass, than a can.



+1

so pour it into a glass then, it's still the same brown sugary crap either way

rbnpacker

voted hot. glass bottles do taste better!



probably not too good for your tongue and gums though, i bet!

cowkiller

at the end of the day, coke is coke no matter what container it comes … at the end of the day, coke is coke no matter what container it comes in.good price if you *must* have it in diddy bottles i suppose, just not sure why you would care.


http://knowyourmeme.com/i/29367/original/shipment-of-fail.jpg

My Local ASDA doesn't have any glass coke bottles on the shelf where all the other Coke stuff is (Cans, bottles etc. Also Cherry Coke Cans)

Does anybody know if they keep them elsewhere? I can't be bothered to make a specific journey, ask, and they end up not having it.

(Yes. My local ASDA is actually that rubbish.)

springbrucesteen



why, cos i think that the only 'improvement' in taste you lot are on about is a psychological one?

it's not like i'm comparing coke with asda value cola.

This offer has been going for weeks.

abattoir

This offer has been going for weeks.



Thanks for the poster to let us all know then. Did you not think of posting it?

Original Poster

great-deals

Thanks for the poster to let us all know then. Did you not think of … Thanks for the poster to let us all know then. Did you not think of posting it?



Haaa lol , u tell him X)

Banned

Time they stopped making soft drinks with sugar.

cowkiller

why, cos i think that the only 'improvement' in taste you lot are on … why, cos i think that the only 'improvement' in taste you lot are on about is a psychological one?it's not like i'm comparing coke with asda value cola.



There is actually a difference. Carbonated drinks in glass bottles lose less CO2 during storage than in thin plastic bottles and metal cans. This means that during production drinks stored in plastic or metal is normally carbonated to a level higher than that desired for consumption however this is not as drastic in glass bottled drinks. This is why they often taste better out of glass.

Cowkiller's just annoyed he can't taste the difference I also, prefer coke from a glass bottle. Psychological, it is not, sir.

Edited by: "imdurc" 20th Aug 2010

Coke in a bottle is soo much nicer! cans seems average compared to it

Bottles DO taste better its not just psycho babble, in Mexico they make Coca Cola for glass bottles with Cane Sugar rather than high fructose corn syrup. Its also to do with the aluminium, the plastic also degrades ect but i wouldn't imagine it was that much of a problem. Heat and light is the biggest reason why drinks go rancid. Thats why beer comes in green or brown bottles usually some like Newcastle dont though.

BTW Diet Coke is based on New Coke not the original Coca Cola, its also worse off for you than regular stuff.

£2 for 6 is a good price because bottles are expensive.

KieranD212

Bottles DO taste better its not just psycho babble, in Mexico they make … Bottles DO taste better its not just psycho babble, in Mexico they make Coca Cola for glass bottles with Cane Sugar rather than high fructose corn syrup.



But we're not in Mexico, they still put the corn syrup coke in the glass bottles here.

Coke in glass loses less CO2 and gets/remains colder than cans. Unfortunately it would be hard to do a blind taste test since you'd have to touch the glass rim.

Glass
PS - Glass is much worse for the environment, even if you recycle it, however.
Edited by: "UnoriginalGuy" 20th Aug 2010

Got me a few 6 packs last night in Asda. Does taste that little bit different in the bottle

wow what a debate....this is why i love hotukdeals so much. at the end of it i'm left thinking *what is the deal again?*

Anyways.....£2 for glass bottles is great but last time this was out, it was only coke and not diet.

dypsy

anyone know if this is coke made in GB or NI?(may sound daft but GB coke … anyone know if this is coke made in GB or NI?(may sound daft but GB coke makes me sick, NI bottled coke doesnt!)



It will tell you on the side if its from NI

great-deals

Thanks for the poster to let us all know then. Did you not think of … Thanks for the poster to let us all know then. Did you not think of posting it?



It was posted 2 months ago but may have gone away and come back.. - hotukdeals.com/dea…768

It does taste better out of a glass bottle rather than plastic, mostly i think this is due to chemical from the plastic effecting the taste of the coke, ps. glass is more environmentally friendly if the bottle is re used instead of being melted down, they do this abroad alot but not in this country very much.

Couldn't find it at all in my local last night.

Interesting info about the CO2 - I always assumed that the glass stayed cooler longer than the can (higher specific heat capability) and indeed cooled the drink as it pours through the neck. Same is true (imho) for beer.

great find. heat added

montblanc

But we're not in Mexico, they still put the corn syrup coke in the glass … But we're not in Mexico, they still put the corn syrup coke in the glass bottles here.


No they don't. They use sugar from sugar beats as that is the most plentiful (ie cheapest) in this country. In the US they use HFCS for the same reason.

stubed

No they don't. They use sugar from sugar beats as that is the most … No they don't. They use sugar from sugar beats as that is the most plentiful (ie cheapest) in this country. In the US they use HFCS for the same reason.



and who really cares about this?
this is hot uk DEALS...
not hot uk DEBATES...:)

I have 2 theories on this:

1) Because the drink is served in a glass bottle as opposed to what we're normally used to (pump, glass, plastic bottle, can), there is a scientific reason for the difference in taste.

or...

2) It reminds us of our childhood when we went to Spain, etc.

Either way, I'm tempted to get a pack. It's 10.1p per 100ml, which isn't exactly a bargain in that respect (compared to cans and plastic bottles), but if you enjoy it more, you pay for the quality.
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