White Coke

Dec 5, 2020 • Wikireadia

White Coke (Russian: Бесцветная кока-кола, tr. Bestsvetnaya koka-kola, lit. “colorless Coca-Cola”) is a nickname for a clear variant of Coca-Cola produced in the 1940s at the request of Marshal of the Soviet Union Georgy Zhukov. Like other clear colas, it was of the same original flavor, virtually unchanged by the absence of caramel coloring.

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Wikipedia contributors. June 29, 2020. White Coke. (n.d.). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved December 1, 2020, from

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