I've received a number of questions from people who have found
I can see why people are curious about them -- or confused by what they've found! These are actually what we call "flavor bottles." One is shown here next to a contour bottle.
Though our Company has more than 450 brands around the world today, until 1960 in the U.S. we only had one drink:
There are a lot of different styles of these flavor bottles, and this one is just an example. The bottles will often have symbols on them as well -- ranging from a star to a tree. And though many people think they've unearthed their child's college fund by finding one of these bottles, they're generally worth about $10!
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