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Promoted 08-22-2016 by qwikwit at 08:23 AM View Original Post
Amazon has 12-Pack Pepsi Cola 1893 Original Cola (Certified Fair Trade Sugar, Real Kola Nut Extract) on sale for $14.10 after 'clipped' 20% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checking out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks chansaikit

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Amazon also has 12-Pack Pepsi Cola 1893 Ginger Cola (Certified Fair Trade Sugar, Real Kola Nut Extract) on sale for $9.81 after 'clipped' 20% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon). Shipping is free with prime or on orders of $49 or more.  Thanks 
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Edited August 22, 2016 at 07:22 AM by annie930ny
Pepsi Cola 1893, Original Cola, Certified Fair Trade Sugar, Real Kola Nut Extract (Pack of 12)
20%off coupon

https://www.amazon.com/Pepsi-Orig...B01D4B21KS

$13.5 for 5% S&S
$11.7 for 15% S&S

If you bought the sample box couple days ago, you will get extra $4.99 off

$6.71 is the lowest you can get
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You eat crap often ?
Just like they made in 1893, except for the artificial caramel color, Phosphoric acid, Sodium Citrate, Potassium Sorbate and the complete lack of the digestive enzyme pepsin that was one of the beneficial ingredients in the original recipe (THIS is where Pepsi got its name from).

Bonus factoid - It wasn't called "Pepsi-Cola" until 5 years later in 1898. Originally it was simply called "Brad's Drink".

I heard it tastes pretty good though!
I'd rather have a real coke made with real coke
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Thanks !!!

I'm looking forward to trying this !!
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#4
HOLY SHIT!!!!
I noticed Amazon carries this: Crystal Pepsi 4 Pack 20fl oz Bottles 2016 Edition [amazon.com]


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Quote from Candletric View Post :
HOLY SHIT!!!!
I noticed Amazon carries this: Crystal Pepsi 4 Pack 20fl oz Bottles 2016 Edition [amazon.com]


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Big Lots also has this for $1.50/bottle. My local store had a display near the patio furniture.
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Quote from Mdrivera View Post :
Big Lots also has this for $1.50/bottle. My local store had a display near the patio furniture.
Looks like I'm going to Big Lots .....wootwootwoot
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The coupon from the Amazon soda sampler pack does work for this.
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it tastes natural and maybe half or a third as intensely sweet as regular Pepsi.
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I'd rather have a real coke made with real coke
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Just like they made in 1893, except for the artificial caramel color, Phosphoric acid, Sodium Citrate, Potassium Sorbate and the complete lack of the digestive enzyme pepsin that was one of the beneficial ingredients in the original recipe (THIS is where Pepsi got its name from).

Bonus factoid - It wasn't called "Pepsi-Cola" until 5 years later in 1898. Originally it was simply called "Brad's Drink".

I heard it tastes pretty good though!
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this stuff tastes like crap
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this stuff tastes like crap
You eat crap often ?
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It tastes alright by itself, the best use of it comes with alcohol. Excellent for mixing.
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Quote from danteshors View Post :
Just like they made in 1893, except for the artificial caramel color, Phosphoric acid, Sodium Citrate, Potassium Sorbate and the complete lack of the digestive enzyme pepsin that was one of the beneficial ingredients in the original recipe (THIS is where Pepsi got its name from).

Bonus factoid - It wasn't called "Pepsi-Cola" until 5 years later in 1898. Originally it was simply called "Brad's Drink".

I heard it tastes pretty good though!
How does one get artificial caramel color? Isn't it usually just caramelized carbohydrates?
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Rather have a bottle of 1902 coca cola.

That was the REAL THING!
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