Man claims he drinks milk and Coke together – and people are really disgusted
If you haven’t been on Twitter in the last 24 hours, you’ll be forgiven for not knowing about milk Coke.
What is milk Coke, you ask?
It’s made, exactly as you’d expect, by mixing together Coca Cola and milk.
And while the majority of people think that sounds revolting, comedy writer James Felton, claims it’s a 100 percent real drink that people in Birmingham love and to prove his point he tweeted several photos of himself enjoying the beverage.
His tweet quickly caused a stir on social media as people began debating whether milk Coke should be allowed to exist.
More than 4,000 people have liked his post and another 1,000 have retweeted it.
He said: "Milk coke is a real thing. Brummies love it. We can all move on from this discussion now, I will be taking no further questions."
Many people were disgusted by the idea of the drink and weren’t afraid to tell him so.
One person commented: "This is the worst f***ing post on this god forsaken website."
Another wrote: "This just looks like a very disappointing coke float. Birmingham, you deserve better."
A third added: "Contacting your loved ones to stage an intervention."
However it seems his family enjoy the unusual drink just as much as he does, with his dad Paul and his sister confirming that milk Coke is a "thing".
But Paul Felton did stipulate that it should only be made with UHT milk, otherwise it actually would be "disgusting".
Despite this, some people were all for milk Coke and similar soda and milk mixtures.
A man named Iain said he used to drink limeade and milk as a kid.
He posted: "I did this as a kid with limeade and sterilised milk. Absolutely delish, had to drink it quickly tho before it curdled."
A different user admitted her boyfriend used to drink "bena milk" which is Ribena diluted with milk instead of water.
She added a vomiting emoji to the end of her tweet to show her disgust – and James agreed with her.
While a third said he loved Mountain Dew and milk, but has also tried mixing Pepsi with milk before.
Despite the hilarious backlash to his post, James told The Sun people should give the drink a go because "it’s delicious" and has "all the flavour of a Coke float without the hassle of having to own ice cream."
For those who are keen to try the drink, he adds: "You have to pour the milk in first otherwise, it’ll curdle.
"You’ve got about 10 minutes to drink it once you’ve made it, before it separates and trust me, you do not want to drink a separated milk Coke."
Would you try it? Let us know in the comments below.
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