I saw a really neat display of various generations of Coca-Cola aluminum bottles – a family portrait, so to speak.
This display was from a show in Atlanta that I attended. I didn’t realize that Coca-Cola had so many designs for their aluminum bottle. Of course some of these designs are limited production runs (which probably enhances their collectible value).
The display did not have the Karl Lagerfeld Diet Coke aluminum bottles which were released just yesterday and which I wrote about in my last blog post.
There was also another display that showed how the aluminum bottles are made, starting from a disc cut from a huge aluminum coil and ending up with a fully decorated and lined bottle.
It’s a testament to the Coca-Cola company that they’ve been able to improve their products’ appeal and probably extend their lifecycles with innovative aluminum packaging.
I just wish these Coke aluminum bottles were more widely distributed 😦