Why is Coca Cola at McDonald's different from the one from the store or cafe?

If you've ever ordered Coca-Cola at McDonald's, then you've probably noticed that it tastes completely different from what you can buy in a store or get in a cafe - and no, you're not the only one. Simply put, the chain of these fast-food restaurants takes better care of this carbonated drink, a favorite of many.

Why is Coca Cola at McDonald's different from the one from the store or cafe?

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If you've ever ordered Coca-Cola at McDonald's, then you've probably noticed that it tastes completely different from what you can buy in a store or get in a cafe - and no, you're not the only one. Simply put, the chain of these fast-food restaurants takes better care of this carbonated drink, a favorite of many.

The main thing is in the packaging - Coca-Cola syrup comes to these restaurants in stainless steel containers, while in some others it comes in plastic bags, writes Reader's Digest.

Namely, after arriving at the restaurant, the syrup and water are cooled well, and then they are mixed, carbonized, and poured into a machine by a special method, ie through a large tube, from which the carbonated drink is later served to the guests, in order to stay as cold as possible.

In addition, McDonald's uses special straws that are slightly wider than usual, so the taste of this drink can affect all your taste buds.

By: Amber V.