I thought that this was common knowledge, but apparently I was mistaken. Ah, well.
Folks, if you can find Coca-Cola that’s been made in Mexico that particular bottle of Coke has been made with real sugar instead of corn syrup.
In other words, if you fondly remember the taste of pre-1985 Coca-Cola, go to your local Mexican grocery and find the Coke marked, “Hecho en Mexico”.
I thought everyone knew this.
Also, if you’re up north of the Mason-Dixon line where you might be a touch shy of decent mercados, Coke will bottle properly-made sodas for Passover. Look for the yellow capped bottles in April.
We now return you to your regularly-scheduled blog reading.