New Coke flavours! Exotic Mango, feisty cherry and peach! 1.25ltr @ tesco
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New Coke flavours! Exotic Mango, feisty cherry and peach! 1.25ltr @ tesco

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Found 11th Feb
1.25 litre bottles available in diet and normal. Worth a try with some vodka! 🍹
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Ooh boy, i don't usually drink coke but the mango sounds gooood
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Ooh boy, i don't usually drink coke but the mango sounds gooood
Kalli8630 m ago

Ooh boy, i don't usually drink coke but the mango sounds gooood



Aye - comp. agree -right now its a battle against laziness to get up and go Tesco.

Anyone tried these flavours?

I only drink drinks with sugar not sucrose, aspartam, corn syrup!
I tried Peach last Wednesday, it was OK, not too peachy, wasn't bad. I've yet to try the others. I read somewhere that Fiesty Cherry is to replace regular Cherry. I also read there's a Ginger Lime flavour as well.
I've had peach coke before, as a lot of fancy flavours are available on tap in places like Burger King which allow you to mix up flavours. that was nice
fishmaster6 m ago

I tried Peach last Wednesday, it was OK, not too peachy, wasn't bad. I've …I tried Peach last Wednesday, it was OK, not too peachy, wasn't bad. I've yet to try the others. I read somewhere that Fiesty Cherry is to replace regular Cherry. I also read there's a Ginger Lime flavour as well.


Ginger lime sounds lush!
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Coke with Raspberry is the best but don't think we can get that here!
fishmaster36 m ago

I read somewhere that Fiesty Cherry is to replace regular Cherry.


NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
bilbob2 m ago

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


The moment you learn Darth Vader prefers regular Cherry Coke.
fishmaster50 m ago

... I also read there's a Ginger Lime flavour as well.


Does that come with a free pack of Rennie?
Krinkle7 m ago

Does that come with a free pack of Rennie?


No but drink a can and I'll give you a free packet of mints
Edited by: "fishmaster" 11th Feb
They just need to bring us Mezzo Mix now...
What's the deal?
Just got the cherry one from Tesco, waiting for it to drop in temp before drinking.

P.s anyone that's not tried vimto and coke I highly recommend it. Put normal amount of vimto in a glass and fill it with coke, coke zero or diet.
captainjack1 h, 50 m ago

...I only drink drinks with sugar not sucrose, aspartam, corn syrup!


Aspartame is used in these drinks, so I guess that counts you (& me) out then.
Whatever next. Coke with a dollop of Durian ?
(if you've not heard of or tasted Durian, it's a SE Asian fruit that has an strong aroma and an acquired taste, and is definitely one of those marmite-love-hate things)
captainjack5 h, 23 m ago

I only drink drinks with sugar not sucrose


Isn't sucrose what most common (granulated) sugar is made up of?
Edited by: "fablanta" 11th Feb
fanpages4 h, 3 m ago

Aspartame is used in these drinks, so I guess that counts you (& me) out …Aspartame is used in these drinks, so I guess that counts you (& me) out then.


Coke Mango is Diet only. #TheStruggleIsReal
fablanta2 h, 18 m ago

Isn't sucrose what most common (granulated) sugar is made up of?


Sugar/Sucrose/Fructose/Glucose causes diabetes, tooth decay , Alzheimer's , depression and obesity. Stay away from full sugar for your own sake
Saw these in Hong Kong. Have not tried it yet. Love to!!
sam_of_london58 m ago

Sugar/Sucrose/Fructose/Glucose causes diabetes, tooth decay , Alzheimer's …Sugar/Sucrose/Fructose/Glucose causes diabetes, tooth decay , Alzheimer's , depression and obesity. Stay away from full sugar for your own sake


I grew up in the 80's drinking full sugar drinks, was never overweight, never had tooth decay. I was also never overweight. Never did me any harm. Oh god I miss the 80's Where's my Krispy Kreme dozen pack...
Edited by: "wandaluzt" 11th Feb
sam_of_london1 h, 1 m ago

Sugar/Sucrose/Fructose/Glucose causes diabetes, tooth decay , Alzheimer's …Sugar/Sucrose/Fructose/Glucose causes diabetes, tooth decay , Alzheimer's , depression and obesity. Stay away from full sugar for your own sake


Can you provide a link that says these products lead to Alzheimer's Sam?
You may find it interesting that alcohol could increase the risk according to the NHS,
33244684-Mm0G4.jpgIt seems strange that the NHS make no mention of your claim.
sam_of_london3 h, 48 m ago

Sugar/Sucrose/Fructose/Glucose causes diabetes, tooth decay , Alzheimer's …Sugar/Sucrose/Fructose/Glucose causes diabetes, tooth decay , Alzheimer's , depression and obesity. Stay away from full sugar for your own sake


Huh?
shadey1215 h, 31 m ago

Can you provide a link that says these products lead to Alzheimer's …Can you provide a link that says these products lead to Alzheimer's Sam?You may find it interesting that alcohol could increase the risk according to the NHS,[Image] It seems strange that the NHS make no mention of your claim.


I simply wouldn't trust the NHS (or any established health institution for that matter) regarding any chronic disease really. Let's take something as "hot" right now as obesity. According to the NHS:

"Obesity is generally caused by eating too much and moving too little."


Which to anyone which has bothered to research the subject even a little, it's laughable and tragic at the same time. In short, they still haven't let go of the terrible nutritional dogma established 50? years back. All very profitable for food and pharma industries, of course.

For those interested, here's a good starting point

gnsks1 h, 6 m ago

I simply wouldn't trust the NHS (or any established health institution for …I simply wouldn't trust the NHS (or any established health institution for that matter) regarding any chronic disease really. Let's take something as "hot" right now as obesity. According to the NHS:"Obesity is generally caused by eating too much and moving too little."Which to anyone which has bothered to research the subject even a little, it's laughable and tragic at the same time. In short, they still haven't let go of the terrible nutritional dogma established 50? years back. All very profitable for food and pharma industries, of course.For those interested, here's a good starting point[Video]


So you wouldn't trust the NHS but you would trust Sam from London?
I'll ask again, any link to Alzheimer's (question mainly for sam) or is it another lie from Sam?
shadey1238 m ago

So you wouldn't trust the NHS but you would trust Sam from London?I'll ask …So you wouldn't trust the NHS but you would trust Sam from London?I'll ask again, any link to Alzheimer's (question mainly for sam) or is it another lie from Sam?


My whole point is that if you trust the NHS regarding these chronic diseases, then you need to open your eyes and do some research. I really know little about Sam.

Re. Alzheimer's: there's a clear association between diabetes and dementia. At the root of diabetes (type 2) you will find insulin resistance and hyperinsulinemia. And one if not the worst of the (admittedly many) causes of these, is sugar.

dementiatoday.com/alm…ia/
alzheimers.net/201…es/
ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc…94/

To my knowledge, there's no 100% proven causal inference yet. However, the evidence is mounting up. How much evidence you need to give up sugar (and fructose in particular given its impact on the liver), well, that's up to you.
Edited by: "gnsks" 12th Feb
So that's a 'no' then, just another mis truth from Sam. I'm not disputing any other claim, just hate it when people start making claims about things like Alzheimer's they have no knowledge of.
shadey1233 m ago

So that's a 'no' then, just another mis truth from Sam. I'm not disputing …So that's a 'no' then, just another mis truth from Sam. I'm not disputing any other claim, just hate it when people start making claims about things like Alzheimer's they have no knowledge of.



shadey1233 m ago

So that's a 'no' then, just another mis truth from Sam. I'm not disputing …So that's a 'no' then, just another mis truth from Sam. I'm not disputing any other claim, just hate it when people start making claims about things like Alzheimer's they have no knowledge of.


That's fine. Like I said, in the end it's up to the individual to make a judgement.

I will simply point out that it took at least three decades from the moment the association between cancer and smoking was suspected until it was widely accepted that it was indeed one of the main causes and the first recommendations were made. If what you want is proof beyond reasonable doubt, you may need to wait a long time.
shadey1239 m ago

So that's a 'no' then, just another mis truth from Sam. I'm not disputing …So that's a 'no' then, just another mis truth from Sam. I'm not disputing any other claim, just hate it when people start making claims about things like Alzheimer's they have no knowledge of.



Perhaps he knowledge of it recently but has subsequently forgotten.
fanpages6 m ago

Perhaps he knowledge of it recently but has subsequently forgotten.


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anybody know if these are available in the smaller size bottles?
aj1041 h, 31 m ago

anybody know if these are available in the smaller size bottles?


No they are only available in the size mentioned and are only in Tesco stores atm.
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gnsks12th Feb

I simply wouldn't trust the NHS (or any established health institution for …I simply wouldn't trust the NHS (or any established health institution for that matter) regarding any chronic disease really. Let's take something as "hot" right now as obesity. According to the NHS:"Obesity is generally caused by eating too much and moving too little."Which to anyone which has bothered to research the subject even a little, it's laughable and tragic at the same time. In short, they still haven't let go of the terrible nutritional dogma established 50? years back. All very profitable for food and pharma industries, of course.For those interested, here's a good starting point[Video]



I just watched that and concluded I'm overweight because I'm a greedy pig.
I've had all 3 flavours this week. Cherry = the same as normal diet cherry coke. Peach = disgusting, would be fine if it was orange but it's just not right. Mango = very nice indeed.
cjedwards8112th Feb

No they are only available in the size mentioned and are only in Tesco …No they are only available in the size mentioned and are only in Tesco stores atm. [Image]


Well TBH I saw in Stockport Tesco Extra that they had the cherry and mango in cans....
I had no chance getting the full coke. They must have gone straight away.
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