February 15, 2011 by USA Post 

NEROLI, Coke sales are poised to fall as we abandon the purchase of the boxes in favor of some mix of neroli and the fluidextract of coca in the comfort of our own homes. For history buffs and lovers of revenue devoted to this revelation is shattering the limit because the formula was thought to be under lock for 125 years! (And that whole time he was in an old issue of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper in Coca-Cola.)

But for everyone? Their excitement may be tempered by the fact that the recipe is not so easy to reproduce. In fact, even reading the ingredient list is enough to make you want to buy a can of Coke for the caffeine boost alone. For the average Joe, it does not matter if it’s a secret or not – would go to all this trouble. See for yourself:

The recipe:
Fluidextract of Coca: 3 drams USP
Citric acid: 3 oz
1 oz: Caffeine
Sugar: 30 (number uncertain)
Water: 2.5 gal
Lime juice: 2 quarts, 1 quart
1 oz: Vanilla
Caramel: 1.5 ounces or more for color

The secret 7X taste (use 2 oz to 5 gallons of flavored syrup):

Alcohol: 8 oz
Orange essential oil: 20 drops
Lemon oil: 30 drops
Nutmeg oil: 10 drops
Coriander: 5 drops
Neroli: 10 drops
Cinnamon: 10 drops

Neroli essential oil is an alien based on bitter orange blossoms. Neroli has a citrus scent and flavor and is often used in perfumes. In fact, it is estimated that Neroli is the main ingredient in more than 12% of all perfumes. It is also, according to This American Life, an amazing recipe secret ingredient of Coca-Cola, along with cinnamon, coriander and cumin.

Besides the smell and taste quite amazing, neroli oil has alleged benefits. Neroli health is toxic non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing and non-photo. And Neroli is one of the few essential oils that are actually recommended during pregnancy. In fact, a site aromatherapy UK: “If there is a time for the use of neroli, it is during pregnancy!”

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