If I’m being completely honest, I detest out-of-house advertisements by food and drink companies.
At one point or another, you would have seen a Coca-Cola advertisement in public.
The iconic red can would be enlarged to the max with droplets of water seen trickling down, tempting every inch of you.
You can’t help but to salivate like a dog eyeing a fresh bag of treats.
And more often than not, upon catching sight of said advertisements, it just so happens that either the weather is extremely humid or you are extremely dehydrated. 10 out of 10 for strategically placed advertisements, Coca-Cola.
We are all a fan of something or someone.
For 64-year-old Hendrik Botha, his love for Coca-Cola is endless. No kidding.
If you want to know the extent of his addiction to Coca-Cola, check it out here:
Pretty amazing how the company can leave such a big impact on a person.
In light of the once famous #10YearChallenge that once flooded our social media feed, I thought it would only be right to dedicate one to Coca-Cola, the drink everyone grew up with.
The Raspberry flavored Coca-Cola was first released in 2006 in New Zealand for trial purposes.
However, it was scraped and re-introduced 10 years ago in 3 countries – Australia, United States and the United Kingdom in the Coca-Cola Freestyle fountain (A touch screen machine which enables users to concoct their own drinks from a variety of options under Coca-Cola).
And over in Singapore?
Well, we’ve something quite familiar yet not that similar.
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The Coca-Cola Peach that went viral last year.
First available last year exclusively in local 7-Eleven stores as a limited edition product, the Coca-Cola Peach that was once a hit online is now back for good as of 24 January 2019.
According to 7-Eleven Singapore, the drink which comes directly from Japan, has an added taste of 1% white peach juice compared to its first release.
If you’re thinking of trying it out, head over to any 7-Eleven store in Singapore with S$2.50 in your pocket.
And so we did, because #ThirstyThursday
At first glance, the first thing you’d notice about the packaging is the eye-catching peaches fizzling.