The next letter in our "125 Years Ago... Life without Coca-Cola" series is a February 17, 1891 letter written to Asa Candler from a drug company in Griffin, Georgia. The soda fountain at this location had been serving Coke since 1886, and they shared this letter just two weeks prior to letter three in the series. It reads, "It gives us pleasure to attest the merits of Coca-Cola... It is now the most popular drink that we dispense.
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