There is a bottler out of Texas that still makes Dr. Pepper with cane sugar instead of HFCS. It’s in Dublin, Texas. I’m leaving Austin Wed with an RV full of them heading back to Atlanta on Friday night. Happy to bring you some.
Every year, as I fill my shopping cart with dozens of yellow-capped two-liter bottles, I think of all the thirsty Jews, gathered around their passover trees, forced to drink bland, old-timey beverages by my maniacal hoarding...and I feel a twinge of guilt. I hope that revealing this location to you will somehow settle my karmic debt. Pay a visit to the Toco Hills Kroger and you will find what you seek. Supplies are limited.
By the way, if you don't like interacting with moderately retarded bag boys and surly, old cart-retrievers, then you may want to make your purchase by proxy.
I called Publix corporate office back to inquire about the yellow-capped Cokes and where they could be found in my area to no avail. I might as well have been speaking in tongues.
"Where can I find Kosher for Passover Coke?"
"You want kosher Coke?"
"No. Kosher for Passover Coke."
I'm well aware that all Coke is kosher for general Jewish use the rest of the year. It's not like it has pig gel in it or anything. How do you have people answering your phones that are not trained or well-versed about product lines and brand extensions? Jesus! Are they all in Bangalore?
"I'll have to have one of the local stores call you."
I gave her my number, but received zero calls.
Passover is done as far as retail is concerned, so a trip to the Toco Hills Kroger is just not worth it at this point, but thank you, Scott T., nonetheless. I don't drink much soda anyway, so there's no urgency to go there and find disappointment that the lucky Toco Hills Jews have scarfed it all to slake their pious thirsts for the next week. Year 'round, I can just grab my keys and a switchblade and go to a nearby Gwinnett carniceria and pick up a liter or two of MexiCoke to satisfy the cravings for such a beverage that I typically get in the spring after a course of home allergy remedies. I suggest you do the same, thirsty, organic people.
HEY LARRY!!!!! IT'S TIME TO HIDE THE MATZO CRACKERS FOR THE KIDS TO FIND... DONT GOT NO EASTER EGG DIE---I TRIED WINE VINEGAR! IT DIDN'T WORK, TOMMY!