Why do I feel like these are the staple drinkware of local pizza joints and mom-and pop-diners? Seriously, I feel like anytime I sat down at my favorite restaurants, I was served Coke in a Coca-Cola drinking glass. You know! The Coca-Cola glasses that have that slight blue-green tint to them. Anytime I take a drink of Coke from one of these, it's just instant nostalgia. That's why I need to invest in my own Coca-Cola glassware.
My mother would be joyful if I gave her these for Christmas. I may not know every single food order for her by heart, but I know she always wants a Coca-Cola with her meal. You can find Coca-Cola glasses along with many other collectibles on cokestore.com. Any Coca-Cola fan would be pleased to have official Coke glasses in their kitchen.
Coca-Cola Company Glassware and Tumbler Glasses
This glass design is iconic. It's the perfect cup for a cold glass of Coca-Cola, filled with ice to the rim.
Take some Coca-Cola on the road with a tumbler.
This stainless steel tumbler is sleek and stylish.
Gift your Coca-Cola lovin' friends a personalized Coca-Cola glass bottle. This is perfect for those who couldn't find their names on Coke bottles.
Grab a 6-pack of glassware for the entire family.
You'll also find a variety of tumbler cups, shot glasses, and wine glasses in stock. Their plastic tumblers are perfect for commuting! Pour a can of Coke in your dishwasher safe tumbler, and you're good to go. Customer reviews on Coca-Cola products are positive. I can't wait to get my own.
I think many others would agree that these genuine Coca-Cola green glasses bring back a lot of good memories. The Coca-Cola logo is iconic. Has Coke been called America's soft drink yet? I'm the biggest Dr Pepper fan in Texas, but I'll still acknowledge how wonderful Coca-Cola is. Obviously, Coca-Cola made an impact if I refer to almost any soft drink as a Coke.
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This post was originally published on November 27, 2019.