In hopes of finding a replacement for my cherry coke, I took a chance, and not an economical one at that, on this raspberry flavoured coke that came in a glass bottle. It also came with peach flavoured coke–but you won’t see me touching that with a ten-foot pole.
I certainly liked the glass bottle and non twist-off cap that it came with. It was rather nostalgic and maybe a reminder that we could stop selling coke in plastic bottles. Maybe five years from now we will go back to this method and people will not remember plastic bottles. Maybe on season 25 of American Pickers, the hosts will be purchasing those plastic bottles for 50 dollars a pop. (I wasn’t conscious of the pun there until I finished typing and was reading it over.)
It didn’t taste great but it was still a nice change. I am rather curious why they mentioned British Columbia raspberries. I didn’t know that was a thing. Is that a thing?
I can’t call it Today’s Perfect Moment, but I am certainly happy I got to try something new. I think it is important to shrug off ruts and venture outside of our comfort zone. This isn’t more than a centimetre or two outside of that zone, but I’ve come to suspect for some, even that is too far. It works on a theoretical level at least.