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  • Caribbean Coke

    My mum just brought me back these bottles of Coke from a cruise she did around the caribbean, and I thought you may like to see them.

    The bottles are from Aruba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Barbados, and Trinidad.

    Unfortunately, only the bottle from Trinidad is glass.











  • #2
    Thanks for the pictures very nice.
    I am looking for Mello Yello in glass bottles and Diet Mello Yello in can or bottle...if you find them let me know where you got them, thank you in advance.

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    • #3
      When I lived in jamaica they never had Coke bottles like that. They were all thick returnable ones. For everything. Those must be a new style they have adopted. Of course it was 15 years ago I lived there.
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      • #4
        thanks for the pics. i like the tropical motif.
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        • #5
          Why is it that bottle art in the United States is so plain, it is borderline generic? Nice pictures, the tropical theme on a couple of the bottles is a nice touch. BTW, has anyone noticed the lack of preservatives in the ingredients?

          I went on a cruise to Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, and Tortola in 2004. At St. Thomas, I was thirsty for a Coke, so I got a cold can from a small store along one of the island's beaches.

          I am not sure who bottled it, but I can say I have yet to taste a Coke as good as that one tasted. It tasted so... pure. Even KFP Coke doesn't taste as good as that Coke. I thought it was because I haven't had a Coke in a long time... nope, tried one when I got back from the cruise and it absolutely didn't taste like the one I got at St. Thomas. It is more bland up here.

          If you ever go to the Caribbean, Virgin Islands, or anywhere near the Equator, get a Coke. I stupidly didn't get Coke and Sprite from down there to bring back and now I am kicking myself. Oh well, maybe next time if I make it down there again.
          Last edited by Tech_Guy; 03-20-2008, 11:38 PM.

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          • #6
            I can relate. LOL
            Way back when LOL, nearly 25 years ago +/-,
            when I lived in Isreal; glass Israeli Coke tasted much better
            than American Coke.
            Don't worry, be happy. Meher Baba

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            • #7
              Nice pics! thanks for sharing!

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