Personally I prefer some of the supermarket generic brands to either. However, if on special, I will sometimes go for Pepsi Max over Coke every time.
my hubby and I like coke, but think Pepsi is too sweet. We have the stuff with sugar and rather than artificial sweetners (more evil than sugar in my opinion).
I have food sensitivies and interestingly tolerate coke better (in sml amounts) than lemonade (even the preservative free brand). So coke is my ownly vice, because I can't handle salicylates in lollies & other treats (and most have gluten or dairy anyway), can't have milk choc as allergic to dairy
I used to be Coke, Coke, Coke...but if they only serve Pepsi...I'll drink it. But I guess I do buy Coke when given the choice.
What is Crown? We used to have Royal Crown Cola in Australia, but am sure that is not what you mean.
I'm not a huge soda drinker, so it doesn't really matter to me. Unless I'm doing a side-by-side taste test, I really can't tell the difference between the two, if you serve me a cola without telling me what it is.
My beverage of choice is strong, black, unadulterated iced tea. Hubby was always a Pepsi man, but of late has moved to Dr. Pepper diet cherry.
I think Coke tastes the best! To me, Pepsi tastes flat! I guess we all have our personal taste!!!
I didn't drink pop for 2 years. And what made me come out of retirement? Pepsi.
I don't get the Pepsi hype...it's too sweet.
But Coke...uhm uhm uhm!!!!
They are both unhealthy junk.
I really feel sad when I see people with this crap in their supermarket carts. Doesn't anybody use their brain?
Coke, especially if it contains real sugar and not corn syrup.
Diet coke. Nothing else cleans my car engine quite the same! Oh...and the toilet bowl. Plus it makes vodka taste palatable.
If I were to drink either my choice would be:
COKE I used to drink about 8 oz on my last (12 hr) midnight shift of three to help keep me awake...
Glad to be on day shift now.
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