Coca-Cola was invented in 1886 by Atlanta pharmacist John S. Pemberton. He created the drink from scratch and eventually distributed it to soda fountains, which were gaining popularity after the end of the Civil War. Cok... More »

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Dr. John Pemberton first created the syrup for Coca-Cola in Atlanta, Ga. on May 8, 1886. The syrup was mixed with carbonated water and sold at the Jacobs' Pharmacy as a fountain drink, where glasses of the new drink cost... More »

To make fried Coke, fry up Coke-flavored batter and pour fountain Coke syrup over it .Top it off with whipped cream, cinnamon sugar and a cherry. More »

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One 12-ounce can of Coca-Cola contains 34 milligrams of caffeine. Flavored versions of regular Coca-Cola, including Cherry Coke and Vanilla Coke, have the same caffeine content as the original version. Diet Coke has a hi... More »

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As of April 2014, Vanilla Coke is widely available in grocery stores. According to the Wal-Mart website, most Wal-Mart store locations carry the product. It can also be purchased online on Amazon.com, ebay.com and throug... More »

Drinking Coca-Cola or any other carbonated beverage while eating Pop Rocks has no particular effect. Both Pop Rocks and Coke contain similar ingredients, including carbon dioxide, corn syrup and flavoring. Rumors of this... More »

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A Coke can holds 12 fluid ounces or 355 milliliters. A can's dimensions are 4.83 inches high, 2.13 inches in diameter at the narrowed top and 2.60 inches throughout the rest of a cylindrical can. More »