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    New Coca Cola Bottle design in Columbia made of Ice.



    Seems appropriate for the Coke capital of the world.

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    I gotta admit, I'm not entirely sure this isn't a level. Not really a fan of coke but ice cold they are great. I'd try it.

    Seriously, how can they market that as eco-friendly? How much energy does it take to keep the bottles frozen?
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    100% legit:

    http://www.coca-colacompany.com/stor...kes-ice-bottle

    To make the special edition Coca-Cola bottles a reality, teams created a new packaging design and production process to manufacture the ice bottles and transport them to hot Colombia beaches. The process starts with pouring micro-filtered water into silicone molds, then freezing the water to-25 °C and filling the molds with Coke.

    Promising “Fria hasta la ultima gota” or “Cold to the last drop,” the frozen bottles continue to make quite a splash in South America and throughout the advertising world. Beachside, drink servers have sold 265 frozen bottles an hour, on average. Ad Week, Mashable and other media outlets have melted for the idea, highlighting the Ogilvy & Mather Colombia innovation for its “cool” factor. In Bilbao, Spain at the Sol Awards, which celebrates the best creativity in Ibero-America, the “Botella de Hielo” or “Ice Bottle” took top honors, winning a Golden Sol Award.

    Putting aside the accolades, the experiment is meant to delight fans with a refreshing Coca-Cola experience. To ensure those ordering up the iced Cokes don’t walk away with frozen fingers, each bottle is wrapped with a rubber Coke-logoed, red band that allows the drinker to hold the sweet sparkling beverage with comfort. Once the bottle is liquefied, the band doubles as a keepsake bracelet fans can wear.

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    wonder if there are bottle molds available?

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    If stands did this on the vegas strip with beer they would make a fortune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmoney View Post
    If stands did this on the vegas strip with beer they would make a fortune.
    Beer would be great in this but I'm sure Coca-Cola patented this idea and mold so wtf knows how long they have the rights to it or if they would sell/license it.

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