Coca-Cola de Mexico (355 ml, 24 pk.)
Why We Love This
There's something special about drinking Coke out of a glass bottle. Is it the superior flavor or the nostalgia? Either way, this is the #1 choice for fans.
About this item
- Coca-Cola bottles for sale imported from Mexico
- Sweetened with real cane sugar
- Packaged in elegant, glass bottles
- Classic look of the glass bottles provides a nostalgic experience
Make your day a whole lot better with Coca-Cola® de Mexico (355 ml, 24 pk.).
Why Does Coke Taste Different in Glass Bottles?
Many fans of Coca-Cola de Mexico are very vocal about the better flavor of Coke in glass bottles. And, according to science, they might be right. Some university researchers in the United States have explained that Coca-Cola in glass bottles, cans and plastic bottles all contain the same amounts of carbon dioxide (the stuff that makes the Coke so fizzy). However, plastic bottles are considered more carbon dioxide permeable. That is to say the plastic bottles of Coke, according to the U.S. researchers, allow more carbon dioxide to escape from the bottle. This means that plastic bottles sometimes won't taste as fizzy and carbonated as glass bottles. Of course, lovers of Coca-Cola drinks have many different preferences, so this variety may not be such a bad thing. A lot of people prefer less carbonation in their soda, while many others love the extra fizz. Also, many people prefer Coke bottled in glass because they believe it has a purer taste. If you're one of those people, then Coca-Cola de Mexico is the right coke for you.
Made with Real Cane Sugar?
This Coca-Cola imported from Mexico is sweetened using real cane sugar. Fans of cane-sugar Coca-Cola drinks believe it has a more natural taste than the other flavors of this delicious soda.
History of Coke in Mexico
The first Coke bottling plant in Mexico was opened in 1921. Originally, the drink was imported from Mexico into the United States to primarily sell the Coke bottles to Mexican immigrants who were more familiar with the Mexican formula of the Coca-Cola. However, the popularity of the cane sugar-flavored Coke grew large enough for the beverage to start being sold in larger grocery chains. The glass bottles of Coca-Cola from Mexico are thickly shaped and are described as, "pleasingly nostalgic."