Does anyone else find the thought of garlic flavored Coca-Cola gross & disgusting?
I do love garlic mostly to cook with. I don't think I would like a garlic flavored soft drink.
Yuck!! You betcha!! I love garlic--but not in my soft drinks or desserts. That is beyond disgusting.
My daughter and I once attended the Gilroy Garlic Festival
(http://gilroygarlicfestival.com/), about an hour south of where we live in California, and one booth was selling garlic ice cream, if you please!!
NO, thank you!! We declined to try it; stomach-turning just to imagine. There are some combinations that just do not belong together!
I was going to say "Definitely, what made you think of that?" Instead, I see by the photo that they seem to have come out with it. I am glad that I do not drink Coke. For their sales to do well, there will have to be a lot of crazy people!
I love garlic on sandwiches, salads and in cooking, but in soda - yuck!!
I love my Coca-Cola, but this is just ridiculous, You would think they would learn from other companies who tried stupid things, like when a company tried selling green ketchup, which was finally taken off the shelves
That seriously can't be for real? Maybe vampires were drinking the Coke? I think garlic is intended for savory foods and drinks - not sweet stuff. I definitely wouldn't drink it ... but then I don't drink Coke per se. I prefer their Minute Maid Diet Lemonade or the ginger ale.
That's got to be a gag photo. If Coca Cola were to actually release this, it would quickly become one of the all time Great Product Failures.
As many drinks in Atlanta as I tried at the World of Coke...this is simply not one that I would want to try.
Yes, absolutely, the very thought is revolting...unless there are some vampires around. Maybe this product was designed for sale in Transylvania.
I love garlic. I love coca cola. Together...not so much. Yuck!
never, not in my soft drink....but i think it will be of some use in our kitchens..in case there is no garlic in stock, Coca Cola garlic can be used as the substitute...haha!
yeah - I do not think this will be in my house anytime soon
Well, I like the design on the can anyway. If it were real I'd probably try it once just for fun.
It might be interesting to try just one little sip of this drink.
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