Would you drink Coca Colla?

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Produced in Bolivia, Coca Colla is an energy drink with a similar name, branding and ingredients to the original recipe Coca-Cola; most notably, in its use of coca leaf extracts as its base. It was launched on the Bolivian market in La Paz, Santa Cruz and Cochabamba in mid-April 2010, and comes in 500 ml bottles, currently priced at around $US 1.50 (around £1 GBP or €1.20 EUR). So, if someone were offering free samples from a kiosk, like the one above, would you try some or not?
  • Yes please!
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  • Sure, I'd try a sample
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  • Maybe, depends
    Vote C
  • Thanks, but no thanks
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  • Hell no!
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  • No.

    I don't like anything fizzy or sparkling - yes, I know it may seem a bit weird.

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  • don't you mean

    coca collar

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  • Coke is aids. If it was better for you then maybe

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    • Is that 'Coke' as in Coca-Cola, or 'Coke' as in cocaine? Or both?

    • The context of your question suggests the drink. But both aren't great for you.

    • I'm not talking about Coca-Cola, I'm talking about Coca Colla. Which is essentially a combination of both.

  • I don't drink Coca-Cola here. I prefer Pepsi.

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  • Cocaine is a helluva drug.

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