Where can you buy non-diet Coca-Cola with lime?
It was the 2006
It was the 2006 â€˜Coke Side of Summerâ€™ campaign as a limited
time offer. â€˜Coca-Colaâ€™ Orange will be available as part of
2007â€™s â€˜Coke Side of Summerâ€™ campaign. It wasn't continued as
a mainstay product which is dissapointing to me.
Answer Probably because it wasn't as successful as they hoped and have quit making it.
Farm supply stores are probably your best bet. There's a confusing number of similar names for three related compounds: Calcium carbonate, calcium hydroxide, and calcium oxide. "Slaked lime" or "hydrated lime" is calcium hydroxide; this is the one you're asking about. "Lime," "crushed lime," or "agricultural lime" is calcium carbonate. You don't want that one. "Quicklime" or "burnt lime" is calcium oxide. You don't really want that one either, though if that's all you can…