New technology by Coca Cola allows ice-cubes to form in bottles of Sprite


vintage-coca-cola.jpg Like consumers need another reason to drink Coca Cola products! Nonetheless, the world’s largest soft drink manufacturer has created a new form of keeping their bottles of fizz ice-cold by packing new technology into each bottle, so when the cap is twisted off, a mechanism inside will create ice made from the drink itself.

It will be tested on Sprite first, with a new product hitting UK shelves as early as next year, called Sprite Super Chilled. If this product does prove to be a huge success, it’s understood Coca Cola will roll the technology across all its drinks, and might even sell it to beer and alcoholic drink manufacturers. Bring on the ice-cold Magners!

(via Shiny Shiny)

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