I was once asked which of the two I prefer. When answered, I didn't know best how to describe why I prefer one over the other. Can anyone here help me articulate this?
Coca-Cola & Pepsi
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Pepsi is sweeter. That's the main difference.
|by CC||reply 1||09/04/2013|
Pepsi makes the best douche.
|by CC||reply 6||09/04/2013|
[quote]Pepsi is bubblier, and sort of spicier.
See, I think the opposite is true.
|by CC||reply 8||09/04/2013|
I agree with R8.
Pepsi is sweeter with a somewhat flat, musty flavor.
Coke contains a more complex blend of flavors with prominent spice undertones.
|by CC||reply 9||09/04/2013|
As a practicing alcoholic, I am not drawn to sody pop. But my father made a fortune in Coca Cola stock and sold at the right time before his untimely demise. As an heiress, I would say that I prefer Coca Cola.
|by CC||reply 11||09/04/2013|
Pepsi is too sweet. Years ago there was a third brand that I preferred to both Coke and Pepsi. RC cola was the best. If they still make it, popular it might not be.
|by CC||reply 12||09/04/2013|
Pepsi is more acidic/citrusy. Coke has a touch of cinnamon or nutmeg.
|by CC||reply 16||09/04/2013|
Diet Caffeine-Free Coca-Cola is in reality fizzy ditchwater.
|by CC||reply 19||09/04/2013|
Pepsi is for bottoms
Coke is for tops
|by CC||reply 20||09/04/2013|
Pepsi is disgusting!!!
|by CC||reply 21||09/04/2013|
One's an actress, the other a movie star.
|by CC||reply 23||09/04/2013|
Coke would be green if they didn't add the brown coloring.
|by CC||reply 24||09/04/2013|
Pepsi tastes flat to me. Like a bottle of Coke that's sat open all day.
|by CC||reply 27||09/04/2013|
I'll stick with my Tab.
|by CC||reply 29||09/04/2013|
Thank you R23; that is hilarious. Here in Texas, you can get "Mexican" Coca-Cola, which has sugar instead of HFCS. Don't really drink sodas, but it's good. Dublin Dr. Pepper & Pepsi Throwback also use sugar. It tastes so much better.
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R28 is proof that right-wing cunts prefer Pepsi.
|by CC||reply 31||09/08/2013|
I gave up drinking soda for a year (Coke Zero is like mother's milk to me)-I felt absolutely no different.
|by CC||reply 32||09/08/2013|
I agree with the R16. The best tasting Pepsi is what is sometimes called Passover Pepsi. In contains surgar instead of corn syrup. Unfortunately I can only get it around Jewish holidays.
|by CC||reply 33||09/08/2013|
A lot of supermarkets carry the Mexican coke in glass bottles now.
|by CC||reply 34||09/08/2013|
Rock and Roller Cola Wars, I can't take it anymore!
|by CC||reply 35||09/08/2013|
Costco stores in Silicon Valley carry the Mexican Coke.
|by CC||reply 36||09/08/2013|
The "Pep" in Pepsi is the same "Pep" in Pepto Bismol. Syrup of pepsin. Pepsin was originally a stomach calmative.
When "New" Coke came out, it included pepsin. Now you know the rest of the story...
|by CC||reply 37||09/08/2013|
Pepsi is a damn Yankee drink!
|by CC||reply 38||09/08/2013|
It depends on what I am eating with it.
|by CC||reply 39||09/08/2013|
It depends what part of the country you're in. I grew up in the Midwest, and prefer Pepsi over Coke (much sweeter) there. However, in NYC, Pepsi tastes more like Coke did in the MidWest, so if I had to, I'd drink Coke (I never liked diet drinks and gave soda up a few years ago).
But I prefer RC to both of them.
|by CC||reply 40||09/08/2013|
Coca Cola all the way for me. Especially a well made fountain Coke. (McDonald's cokes are the BEST) I know they're horrible for you, but once in a while a Coke classic with ice hits the spot and I love the tingly after burn.
Pepsi has a weird chemical aftertaste after every sip. I also get a roaring headache every time I have Pepsi.
Different strokes for different folks, I guess.
|by CC||reply 41||09/08/2013|
Back in the day Coke had real cola syrup in it. It was helpful if you were nauseous. Ginger Ale had real ginger in it, also helpful for the stomach. Today they are both HFCS flavored water. Pepsi is no better.
Even Mexican or Passover Coke isn't real coke. Yes it has real sugar like the old days but it doesn't have real cola.
|by CC||reply 42||09/08/2013|
Both of the flavors are a fantasia of citrus, vanilla, and cinnamon.
In Pepsi the citrus is primarily lemon, while in Coke it is predominantly orange.
|by CC||reply 43||09/08/2013|
ah, but back when it had cocaine in it...
Those were the days!
|by CC||reply 45||09/08/2013|
R43, I was told by my cookery teacher at school that a kid found a lump of something in his Coke. They gave it to one of the biology teachers to look at under a microscope. She said that it was orange. Orange seems to be (one of?) Coke's secret ingredients.
|by CC||reply 47||09/09/2013|
I try not to drink either, but I prefer Pepsi, which I grew up with. My mother always described it as being "zingier" than Coke. I tend to agree and find Coke too sweet and flat.
|by CC||reply 48||09/09/2013|
[quote]The best tasting Pepsi is what is sometimes called Passover Pepsi. In contains surgar instead of corn syrup. Unfortunately I can only get it around Jewish holidays.
Try Throwback Pepsi. It has sugar instead of hfcs. It's available all year.
|by CC||reply 49||09/09/2013|
Coke has a ginger taste. I like ginger, but not in soda
|by CC||reply 50||09/09/2013|
"Pepsi makes the best douche."
You may laugh but women did this. You can see Cynthia Ettinger do it in an episode of Carnivale.
|by CC||reply 51||09/09/2013|
I prefer Mr. Pibb
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