How come the pepsi they offer in KFC tastes much better than the one we buy in a normal grocery?

Mudassir Ali
Feb 11, 2020 05:45 AM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 11, 2020 05:45 AM

Why does the Pepsi you get at a KFC taste better than the one you get at a grocery?
I can think of a few reasons for that.
First is that it is fresh made. The system combines the 3 parts, filtered water, syrup, and carbonation, right there in your cup. The bottle or can at the grocery has been sitting for days or weeks, up to 3 months before the sell by date.
Second, it is chilled. Even the individual bottle or can that is in a refridgerated case is chilled from the outside rather than through out like that coming from the dispenser.
Third is the ice. When you pour Pepsi over ice, you release the carbonation that gives it a refreshing tingle to your mouth and tongue. Pouring the drink from the bottle or can into a glass of ice at home does that, but not the same as the smaller cubes or crushed ice you get at KFC.
Fourth, the mixture is adjusted to how it is being served. Pepsi, and KFC, have people in a test kitchen who adjust and tweak the settings, then have people try it, alone, and in combination, to find what best mixture to use to enhance your meal. Therefore, quenching your thirst, and countering the 11 herbs and spices the colonel uses in his recipe.
These factors combine to give you that ‘Aaahh!!!’ moment when you take that sip from your cup

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