Angela poses with a favorite flavor, Fanta Melon Frosty from Thailand.
Not all Coca-Cola products appeal to all palates. This particular beverage, Beverly, apparently popular in Italy, Ana described as tasting like medicine. It did indeed taste like Alka Seltzer, only not so good.
The Ideal Brain Tonic.
Some of Coca-Cola's competition at the time it was created.
Kendall, bubblized at the Bubblizer.
Angela, Pablo, and Ana trying to create a virtual beverage with as great a balance of flavors as Coca-Cola.
Getting in the zone for the 4D Coca-Cola formula adventure.
An original delivery truck from Rio de Jenero.
Pablo accepts a Coke from a bronze soda-jerk in a recreation of a typical venue Coke would have been served at originally.
There was a bunch of Coca-Cola atifacts and memorabilia on display, including this original decanter for the Coke cyrup which would have been mixed by a pharmacist or soda jerk.
The Vault @ the World of Coca-Cola.
Georges in the Gallery of Pop Culture. Get it? "Pop" culture?
Going through security at the Vault. You can see us on three screens.
Kendall rewards himself for samplig all 60+ flavors with a favorite, Vanilla Coke.
Ana poses with this favorite flavor, Nestea Piche Blanche, from France.
They had 60+ flavors from around the Coca-Cola universe, including Stoney Tangawizi which tasted like wizi.
Coke was the first soft drink consumed in space, aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger, July 12, 1985.
A display at the quality control booth.
Pablo, Angela, and Ana posing before the vault which contains the secret formula for Coca-Cola.
Pablo poses with a favorite flavor, Delaware Punch from Honduras.