Soda Tasting

World of Coca-Cola Review (Soda Tasting #50)

Located in Atlanta, Georgia, the World of Coca-Cola allows visitors to learn the history of The Coca-Cola Company. It features artwork, historical memorabilia, a bottling line, the Vault of the Secret Formula and, my favorite, Taste It!, the tasting room where you can try more than 180 different Coca-Cola products from around the world.

Have you been to World of Coca-Cola? Please let me know in the comments.

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6 comments on “World of Coca-Cola Review (Soda Tasting #50)

  1. Nice review, Patrick!
    I was there in September and thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. As you say, it’s definitely worth a visit even if you’re not much of a Coke fan. I don’t drink it very often but found the bottling plant, secret vault and testing room very entertaining – and I managed to try out a number of drinks that I’d definitely have again. My favourite was Pineapple Coke from Greece – which I’d recommend to anybody who’s thinking of visiting (either WOC or Greece :o)).
    Great review, keep up the good work, and congratulations on 50 shows!

    • Thanks so much, Matt. It’s great to hear your experience. :) Glad you enjoyed World of Coca-Cola. I saw you were coming up on a million views for your YouTube channel! Congrats!


  2. Thanks Patrick!
    And thanks for reminding me :o)
    I’ve watched a few of your shows and you’re doing a great job. I hear you take requests – so here goes: Lilt. To be honest I’m not even sure it’s available in the States but it’s a soda I drank regularly growing up in the UK. Still one of my favourites.
    Merry Christmas and a happy new year to you and your family.

    • My pleasure, Matt. :) Thank you for the request! I’ll add it to the list. I look forward to trying it.

      Merry Christmas, Matt.


  3. Lilt is pretty good.

    Irn Bru would be good to review too.

    ARGH – that’s what I meant to get for you Patrick when you were here in Raleigh! I think our local Harris Teeter carries Irn Bru sometimes.

    • Thanks for that, Michael. Irn-Bru has been requested by others, as well. :) Look forward to trying it.