- Bolivia's Morales recommends coca wine to next Pope
- He recalled how Frenchman Angelo Mariani had won a Vatican gold medal in the 19th century for his coca wine, adding: "I really hope the new Pope, who should be named soon, will also use the wine like Mariani." Roman Catholic cardinals have assembled ...
- What was in the tonic the doctor used to prescribe?
- Years ago when people felt run down, or under the weather, they would say they were going to the doctor to get a tonic.
- How Energy Drinks Through the Ages Have Gotten Humanity JACKED UP
- In 1885, American John Pemberton created his own version of the coca wine, also containing kola nut, called Pemberton's French Wine Coca. Here's a fun game: take the copy from any coca wine ad and change the product name to a modern energy drink.
- Pope Francis drinks coca leaf tea on South American tour
- Pope Francis upon arrival in El Alto, a plateau over La Paz, 4,000 meters above sea-level. Te Pope drank a tea with coca leaves to combat altitude sickness. Photograph: Cris Bouroncle/AFP/Getty Images.
- 7 brilliant strategies Coca-Cola used to become one of the world's most
- After serving as a Confederate colonel in the Civil War, John Pemberton wanted to develop a version of the coca wines (basically cola with alcohol and cocaine) that were in vogue at the time.
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