Two Versions of Double Cola

Soda Pop
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Double Cola ACL (Applied Color Label) bottles. I prefer the left bottle.

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2 thoughts on “Two Versions of Double Cola

  1. AAhhh…Double Cola. The nectar of the gods…
    The bottle on the left was from Seminole Oklahoma obviously, my guess is that it is from the late 30s to late 40s – however, I am far from, and do not claim to be, an expert on the subject. That bottling plant closed 1970-ish as I remember. The bottle on the right is how I remember them in the 60s to early 70s when we could still get Double Cola west of the Mississippi.

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