Coca-Cola Philippines and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has recently put up what they call the first ever living billboard in the country last week. It’s a 60-ft by 60-ft billboard with thousands of Fukien tea plants – each of which can absorb up to 13 pounds of carbon dioxide each year. Imagine… Read More »
Yes, it’s the “Coke Restaurant” and I got invited to visit it a few weeks ago. The Real Thing Diner, a name taken from Coca-Cola’s famous advertising slogan, is a casual dining venue along Tomas Morato that serves Coke-inspired dishes and beverages. It’s definitely a haven for lovers of the brand, most specially Coke memorabilia… Read More »
I was out with my friends from the gym last night and we decided to have dinner right after our work out. Interestingly, we ordered different variants of Coca Cola for our beverage. And that’s when it hit me, it’s a good time for a Coke face off! The contestants – regular Coke, Coke Light… Read More »
Here’s a treasure I found over at You Tube. A vintage Coke infomercial that showcases Coca Cola’s presence in Philippine culture. This 20-minute video is from 1955 and is entitled Pearl of the Orient. Watching this film made me remember all the field trips to the Coca Cola plants I took in elementary school.
I am a big Coca Cola drinker. And ever since I became more conscious with my weight, I stopped drinking regular Coke and switched to Coke Light. Coke Light used to be Diet Coke in the country. It was renamed and rebranded in the mid 90’s and continues to be available in the market along… Read More »