I think it varies wildly, even in the same general region. I used
to live in the suburbs of chicago, and could get regular, diet, and
diet caffeine-free (but not non-diet caffiene free). In champaign-urbana,
illinois, I could get anything. Now I'm out in california, and have
only seen regular and diet.
All I can suggest is to keep looking in different stores, and tell
store managers exactly what you want.
:gir...@sky.net (Jon A. Egger) writes:
:> I have noticed in my area (midwest) that it's real hard to find
:>my favorite drink, diet caffeine-free Dr Pepper, in stores.
They have it here in Vermont, packaged under the label "Transmission Fluid".
But seriously folks... "diet caffeine-free Dr Pepper"??
Try getting Dr P in the Scotland, its even rarer here than in the midwest,
used to be no problem, now you can't get it for love nor money!
Can anyone tell me why Dr P in cans tastes so much better than plastic
Al Houston (a...@ednet.co.uk)
>Can anyone tell me why Dr P in cans tastes so much better than plastic
I always thought that it was plasticizers in the DP that made it taste
awful; the default condition is what it tastes like in glass.
But I prefer the taste of Dr. Pepper in cans myself. (Hmm, beer too, I
wonder if there's itty bitty bits of aluminum suspended in the liquid;
maybe the human body subliminally craves metals?)