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slightly surprising



So happy.

Cola Shock has less to do with volts and more to do with an idea of pure genius.

I was getting kind of tired of vodka and coke all the time. So imagine my glee when I heard the news that today saw the introduction of a new twist on an old idea - Cola Shock - it's coke and vodka!

It tastes a lot better this way around.


Cola Shock - it's 5% booze
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On Wednesday, 08 July, 2009, Blogger km said:

haha I live not to far away from you in Kobe and I saw this at the supermarket the other day - nice post.  



On Wednesday, 08 July, 2009, Blogger Tornadoes28 said:

I like the idea. Too bad it would never sell here in the States. People would complain that it is too enticing for children.  



On Friday, 10 July, 2009, Blogger Contamination said:

5% is for pussies, get some Kirin Strong Seven in ya!  



On Sunday, 12 July, 2009, Blogger Munin said:

Holy shit... I didn't think it was humanly possible to reverse engineer the mixing process. Surely this goes against the laws of nature? Maybe that 5% is natures payback for fucking with the norm?  



On Sunday, 26 July, 2009, Blogger Baron's Life said:

Hahahaha very funny post...love it  



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