This book outlines 57 weird, interesting and amazing uses for Coca Cola, or as some people call it: Cola Coca or Coka Cola. The energiser drink gets some strange spellings: Cocca Cola, Cocola and Coco Coca Cole.
Anyway, the genuine Atlanta original Coke syrup is made to the same precise recipe formula from pure ingredients in thousands of hygienic factory bottling plants worldwide.
The Cola product is used in cooking cakes, sauces and barbecues. This book has the nutrition recipes.
Then we get into its use in unblocking drains, plumbing, engineering, police work and – yes – teaching science with child-safe experiments. According to Wikipedia it is even used in the beauty industry. The CocaCola Enterprises Museum in Atlanta is well worth a visit. Your guide may explain the generous employee college scholarships.
Coca Cola has interesting benefits as a health remedy, treatment for ‘Delhi Belly’, baby colic, cure for hiccups, and many more uses. Some red Indians claim cola gives them 20/20 vision. I’ve seen the tomahawk used as a great bottle opener.
Knowing all this trivia stuff makes great small talk at 75th anniversary or birthday dinner parties, Georgia weddings and Nascar 600 rallies.
In a bar you can lean against the Coke vending machine or saunter up to a good lookin’ stranger and say "Did you know the Coca-Cola 8 oz glass bottle and glasses are used for ear ring jewelry in ..." This breaks the ice for easy conversation – especially if the stranger is wearing a C-C t-shirt. Before long you’ll be best Twitter friends.
This little book is full of interesting bonus benefits. Buy it for its history lessons and stories. Buy it to discover why James Bond 007 doesn’t drink Fanta or Pepsico or Dr Pepper. Buy it for the interesting CokeCola cooked chicken recipes. You won’t be disappointed. Besides, it carries a 100% money refund ‘Satisfaction Guarantee’ which even Coca Cola doesn’t match.