Friday, April 13, 2012

Memory Lane

It wasn't stunningly foul, but tasted oddly familiar in a deliciously grim sort of way.



Ikea's bottled "Swedish Festive Easter Soft Drink"


It has kind of a mild malt flavor. The reason the DDR-licensed Pepsi tasted this way, was because the eastern licence-users refused to pay Pepsi to import the syrup, and wanted the formula. Naturally, the licencees of products such as this didn't see the past behaviour of the COMECON crowd as terribly honest in these matters, and refused.

Nonetheless, even in the worker's paradise, a corporate logo's appeal was even understood by the Nannies-in-Chief of the people.