Royal Crown Cola

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You\’ll flip at the zzzip in RC Cola!


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    mikoyangurevich15
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    Do they still make this crap?

    Sticky
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    RC Cola. Urgh.

    shiroinohi
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    Wow, I was totally unaware that RC actually stood for something.

    RSIxidor
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    Of course they still make it. Its bottled by Dr. Pepper. Its kind of like Dr. Pepper’s answer to Coca-Cola, which is funny to me because Pibb is like Coca-Cola’s answer to Dr. Pepper . . . or something . . . ?

    Sticky
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    Ironically, I like Pibb better than Dr. Pepper.

    mykyl
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    mykyl

    As for Mr Pibb and Dr Pepper. They are both the same dronk. Dr Pepper doesnt have a mass production facility so they outsource to Pepsi and Coca-Cola. And each company(Coca-Cola and Pepsi) bottle both brands for different markets. In GA., Columbus sells Dr Pepper under Coke and Mr Pibb under Pepsi, But in Atlanta its the other way around.

    Now Dr Pepper DOES bottle a small amount in Texas and they use cane sugar in thier process instead.

    elzarcothepale
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    I move that the new way to refer to carbonated cola beverages is now: “Dronk.”

    RSIxidor
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    This is not accurate. Dr Pepper has their own mass production in the south. I’ve heard its sold in other parts of the country, but still labeled Dr. Pepper. There are a few local bottling companies (Dr Pepper Bottling in Dublin, TX and Temple Botttling in Temple, Texas, for example) that do still use cane sugar, but mass market Dr Pepper uses corn syrup just like everyone else. I used to love Dr Pepper (mass corn syrup version), but after tasting a Dublin DP, I can’t stand it. As for you saying Dr. Pepper and Pibb are the same drink,… Read more »

    mykyl
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    mykyl

    Actually RC Cola is owned by the Cott Corp. It is located in the same building for the last 50 years here in Columbus GA. (Right down the street from my office).

    RSIxidor
    Member

    Well, I’ll be honest, I don’t know everything about RC.

    Its bottled by Dr Pepper in Texas, I can tell you that with about 80% certainty.

    NoOneInParticular
    Member

    I’m one of those people who prefer RC Cola to Coke or Pepsi… it’s just damn hard to find most places anymore. 🙁

    GrandAdmiralThrawn
    Member

    Eh’ it is ok for a quarter.

    zipfer
    Member

    I remember tasting it on a holiday several years back and really liking it. But maybe it was just very cold.



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