Passover Coke v. Regular Coke

During Passover, Coke makes a special version of Coke sweetened with sucrose rather than high-fructose corn syrup.

  • The Gifted Photographer 8y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Passover: why is this group different? why four cups? why matzo?, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.
  • Ben Faulding 8y

    My favorite time of year, when all the goyim ask. Why is this coke different from all other cokes?
  • The Gifted Photographer 8y

    To which one might best reply: "it's the sugar, shugah!" .. maybe that only works here in Atlanta, the home of Coke ...
  • Jason Erickson 8y

    Is there a taste difference between the two?
  • The Gifted Photographer 8y

    In April of 1985, the Coca-Cola company announced that it was re-formulating its flagship carbonated drink, which to the horror of Coke fans everywhere, included a switchover to high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). Soon, the rest of the soft drink industry followed suit, and the classic taste of cane sugar-based sodas became practically extinct. Today, only a few small boutique soft drink companies still make sodas with refined cane sugar (or sucrose, made from sugar beets) a costly ingredient when compared with HFCS — but true carbonated beverage connoisseurs know and can tell the difference, as corn syrup has a characteristically cloying sweetness when compared to refined sugar. For nostalgic Coca-Cola lovers, unless you live in a foreign country that classic taste is but a distant memory.
  • BenFrantzDale 8y

    There is a taste difference. See my description and my blind test.
  • BigRahn 8y

    Hmmm...who knew?
  • zoom in tight 7y

    There is very definitely a PRICE difference!
  • BenFrantzDale 7y

    Where I got it, there was no price difference. I doubt there would be since Coca-Cola's stance is that the sugar doesn't taste any different and so they consider it an equivalent product.
  • chicbee04 4y

    Thanks for this delightful photo and thread...
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Taken on March 21, 2007
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