Dude......Yoohoo....it's not Chocola or whatever...but WHY do I drink Yoohoo so fast? It is borderline disgusting, you pay $3 for it and it is gone
in two sips. How? Doesn't happen with soda or juice or anything else...just Yoohoo. It's like crack. :w:
i believe they sell chocolate coke at dennys down here in arizona. Its like the cherry coke where they add a shot of cherry flavor, but instead its
chocolate. its pretty good tasting not overly chocolatey. They also sell this at a local 50's themed diner called Penny's Diner.
I remember Chocola! I've tried to search for it too. I believe it was made by Borden's because I remember a picture of Elsie the Cow on the can.
I had it as a kid in the late 70's/early 80's in Indiana. I remember my mom packed a can of it in my lunch sack when our class took a field trip to
the zoo and all the kids were jealous.
Yep, it was an Indianapolis product. Choc-ola. Had nothing to do with cola, it was a chocolate milk-like drink. Any Indy people out there remember
"Cowboy Bob's Lunchtime Theater"? He was host of a cartoon show and the big sponsor was Choc-ola. (Personally, I was more of a
"Sammy Terry" guy. You had ta be here.)
Sorry, I don't remember Choc-Cola/Chocola, but I do remember that Nehi produced a Chocolate Soda as far back as the late 50's/early 60's. (When I
was a kid, at any rate.) It came in a clear glass bottle, tasted a lot like Yoo-Hoo and you had to shake it also. A lot of people seemed to either
love it or hate it. (I loved it!)
I've never heard of a specific product called choc-cola but there are many restaurants that make a chocolate coke drink which is basically coke with
a drop of chocolate in it. I personally think it tastes like river water.
Someone please post as much info as you can bout who made it and what happened if anyone knows. I miss this stuff and remember still getting it at my
local WM in central indiana in like 04 I think. Then never heard anything again, hardly anything on google about it. 20 years ago roselyn and chocola
Thinking of strange sodas I remember a way long time ago (roughly 20 years or so) when I was stationed on West Germany. I got introduced to something
very odd. Coca-cola with a little bit of either Lemon Juice or lemonade in it. Not too bad. I highly suspect that it was strictly regional.
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