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los gringos y la inca kola

se quedan maravillados ante su color dorado, su sabor estrepitosamente y raramente dulce (no identifican de dónde viene ese sabor particular)…

y comienzan a maldecir

aquí algunas frases:

– I hadn’t eaten lunch so I said so long to the kids and went with him. Another Italian restaurant. I sat next to this guys 7 year old daughter, Tati. Very cute. She taught me about Inca Cola which is pretty much pure fucking sugar, I can’t take it. (rebel1o5)
– The fluorescent yellow Inca Cola tastes like bubble gum and is more popular than Coca Cola in Peru. (de the miamist)

– I’ve just remembered this. My friend Ayako brought me INCA KOLA – a bottle of soda you can get in Peru. I thought she was so sweet, for sharing this precious and mysterious yellow beverage from her journey. We enjoyed drinking this INKA COLA together. I conclude that it tastes like melted popsicles…It was sort of weird, but the type of weird taste that you cant help loving. I wonder if kids in Peru always drink this. Who else has been to Peru or seen this INCA KOLA?? (absolute hiroko)
– is it just me, or has every indie boy in Chicago started wearing Inka Cola shirts? What’s up with that? (luis in paris)
– My new obsession is Inka Cola. Peru´s famous beverage. Apparently, you can order some from here, although I am not certain if it will work. I will tell you that Inka Cola looks like Mountain Dew and tastes like Bubble Gum. It is pure goodness in a glass bottle. (floating away)

recientemente en el blog peru food también le dedicaron un artículo
también otro artículo sobre cómo hacer negocios en la inca kola way

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  1. Anonymous Anonymous

    La Inca Kola en el Perú es mucho más azucarada que la que se enlata en EEUU.


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