What is your favourite cola drink?

What is your favourite cola drink

  • Coca Cola

    Votes: 67 31.3%
  • Coca Cola Zero

    Votes: 22 10.3%
  • Diet Coke

    Votes: 17 7.9%
  • Other Coke

    Votes: 6 2.8%
  • Pepsi

    Votes: 34 15.9%
  • Pepsi Max

    Votes: 53 24.8%
  • Diet Pepsi

    Votes: 7 3.3%
  • Shop own label cola

    Votes: 4 1.9%
  • Other

    Votes: 4 1.9%

  • Total voters
    214

NooBish AbbZ 92

Distinguished Member
Tesco Cola IMO is so much nicer.

Pepsi/Coca Cola have too much sugar (I very rarely drink sugary drinks) so I can feel the sugar attacking my teth. (whether it's psychological is another matter)
 

dj_padd

Well-known Member
Coca cola has the best flavour, other colas don't come close. I liked Pepsi Raw though.

pepsi max for me but the vending machine at work is a coke one so its diet coke, i tried pepsi raw, would rather have value cola than that:D
 
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IronGiant

Moderator
Sodastream :devil:
 

Simba

Distinguished Member
Still cant beat ice ice cold coca-cola.

Lucozade cola is nice too.
 

FZR400RRSP

Banned
NooBish AbbZ 92 said:
so I can feel the sugar attacking my teth. (whether it's psychological is another matter)

Unless you have very weak teeth, definitely psychological.
I drink a lot of cola drinks, no teeth problems at all here.
Not even a hint from the dentist that I should pack them in.
I'm sure they would say I should, but there's no evidence that's made them ask.
 

Chox1988

Distinguished Member
there is a lucozade cola? or is that your own mix?

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Ive never seen it mind
 

jdevil

Distinguished Member
1) Pepsi Max
2) 35p energy drink from convenient store is very nice too.
3)The 0.55p sainsbury coca cola ain't bad, not bad if you're skint and most people won't know the difference.

I got massive amount of Pepsi stock when Lidl tends to do them for 0.70-80p each.

edit: should have allowed multiple picks.
 
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Simba

Distinguished Member
there is a lucozade cola? or is that your own mix?

no there is - i think its limited edition.

my local tesco express on the way to work had them on offer for 89p i think. i had been consuming it by the plenty :D
 

dc8900

Distinguished Member
no there is - i think its limited edition.

my local tesco express on the way to work had them on offer for 89p i think. i had been consuming it by the plenty :D

might have to start visiting a couple of tesco's near me!
 

FZR400RRSP

Banned
jalaldevil said:
3)The 0.55p sainsbury coca cola ain't bad, not bad if you're skint and most people won't know the difference.

Having tried sainsbury (and other own brand) colas, I think there are only two scenarios where you wouldn't be able to tell them apart from real coke.

1) you've never tasted real coke
2) you have a heavy cold
 

dj_padd

Well-known Member
jalaldevil said:
1) Pepsi Max
2) 35p energy drink from convenient store is very nice too.
3)The 0.55p sainsbury coca cola ain't bad, not bad if you're skint and most people won't know the difference.

I got massive amount of Pepsi stock when Lidl tends to do them for 0.70-80p each.

edit: should have allowed multiple picks.

I bought a load of Pepsi max from morrisons the other week when it was buy one get two free

If you could of done 1st, 2nd, 3rd choice then I would of allowed multiple picks, I just wanted to know what the overall favourite was
 

AVF Jay

Banned
Cherry coke :)

Or normal coke in the glass bottle, it might just be me but I swear it tastes nicer drinking it from the glass bottle....:laugh:
 

IronGiant

Moderator
Unless you have very weak teeth, definitely psychological.
I drink a lot of cola drinks, no teeth problems at all here.
Not even a hint from the dentist that I should pack them in.
I'm sure they would say I should, but there's no evidence that's made them ask.

You have never met my dentist then:suicide: I am the devil incarnate for letting my children drink anything other than mountain dew collected from wild flowers at midnight, and only then if drunk through a straw so it doesn't come in contact with their teeth. :(
 

dj_padd

Well-known Member
brembo said:
Cherry coke :)

Or normal coke in the glass bottle, it might just be me but I swear it tastes nicer drinking it from the glass bottle....:laugh:

Can, plastic bottle or glass

Can you do sub polls :D
 

Dony

Distinguished Member
Unless you have very weak teeth, definitely psychological.
I drink a lot of cola drinks, no teeth problems at all here.
Not even a hint from the dentist that I should pack them in.
I'm sure they would say I should, but there's no evidence that's made them ask.

Same for me...my dentist refused to believe me when I told him how much coke I drink.....I was jokingly nicknamed coke by my friends because I never touched alcohol until I was 23.
 

Jamezinho

Distinguished Member
brembo said:
Cherry coke :)

Or normal coke in the glass bottle, it might just be me but I swear it tastes nicer drinking it from the glass bottle....:laugh:

Not just me then. Coke from a glass bottle can't be beaten.
 

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