Sometimes we just want to crack open an ice cold can of Coke. There’s little-to-no-effort involved in getting such refreshing and delicious happiness, right? But over in Korea, they’re making soda seekers dance for their bubbly beverages.
Since 1925, the secret recipe for Coca-Cola has been famously locked in a bank vault. But no more — to much fanfare, the coveted list of ingredients was moved Thursday to a new vault that’s on display at the World of Coca-Cola Museum at the company’s headquarters in downtown Atlanta.
Coca-Cola has once again learned that its customers don’t like change. Only unlike the New Coke debacle of the 1980s, this time it had nothing to do with the beverage itself, but rather the cans that hold the famous soda.
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