So, a new wholesale food store that caters "primarily" to restaurants opened up recently, and I decided to check it out. Aside of finally managing to get a hold of a restaurant brand of mayonnaise, I also decided to pick up a crate of Mexican Coke. Complete withglass bottles and everything, and none of that synthetic shit we have over here. Given the fact that I'm drinking this cold as we speak, it doesn't taste nearly as good as it's supposed to be, BUT . . Mexican Coke is supposed to be better. Cause they may or may not still use real sugar. Anyways, point is, Mexican Coke is better, and that's why it's seen differently and sought after so. SO, TOPIC OF THE DAY. Variations of foods or treats or things in general that are better than where they're originally from. Go. Talk amongst yourselves.