Food of the Eighties, OK Soda
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I am not sure if this came out in the early 90's or the 80's but it was a new kind of soda sold in silver cans. It had a number to call on the side which was "1-800-Feel-OK" and the commercials were complete madness! It died out. :(
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Bang - September 16, 2007 - Report this comment
This came out in 1994.
Eric - November 16, 2007 - Report this comment
My brother made a lamp out of an OK soda can in High School...he still has the lamp. Back in the day, we thought OK Soda was a marketing expirement to sell a soft drink that didn't really taste all that great, but was hyped up through marketing. Maybe they wanted to see just how dumb we are as consumers? I remember the soda tasted like they mixed Coke, Dr. Pepper, Root Beer, and Sprite together. Whenever I want an 'OK Soda' at a fast food joint, I just add a little bit of each kind at the soda fountain.
N - January 03, 2008 - Report this comment
The phone number was actually 1-800-I-feel-OK where you'd listen to weird things people would say and then they'd end it with, "I feel OK." The soda was marketed as a mix between Coke and fruit soda, but it did taste bad. My local rock station gave away the soda every hour on the hour on every Thursday, so obviously the stuff wasn't good.
Karen - February 14, 2008 - Report this comment
I just looked up OK Soda and it really was a marketing experiment. They say it never went to the national market. I'm from R.I. and I feel OK!
Joe - February 15, 2008 - Report this comment
I loved OK soda. Michigan was one of the test markets (Detroit, Lansing and surrounding areas). I couldn't get enough of it. An interesting note: In 1995 I went to Mexico for a couple of weeks. While at a restaurant in Mexico City I had a sangria-flavored soda. This soda tasted exactly like OK Cola. It's always made me wonder if this recipe (or something similar) was used to create the quite different taste of OK, given that Coca-Cola is enormous in Mexico. I miss you, OK Soda.
Patrick from MA - March 13, 2008 - Report this comment
I liked the taste, as far as I can remember it. The 1-800 number is the thing that sticks out in my mind though. The ads promoted the number for "telling us your OK experience after drinking OK Soda". So my little brother, SOB that he was, decided to prank call the number. Keep in mind it was 1994, OJ had actually just gone on his low-speed white Bronco chase. So my brother calls up the number and goes, "I just killed my wife after drinking your soda, is that OK"??? Like I said, he was a SOB.
Allison - March 08, 2009 - Report this comment
I'm from RI, too! This soda was gross, but I thought it was cool when it came out.
Kristy - February 07, 2010 - Report this comment
5 cans and a bottle up for sale on Ebay! ends 2/13/10
mike - October 04, 2010 - Report this comment
I remember we would call in and leave messages all cranked up and have a blast hearing them lol, good times back then...
David - April 24, 2013 - Report this comment
My cousins and siblings used to prank the OK Soda number all the time. Nastiest stuff LOL
Charlie - February 24, 2014 - Report this comment
Was test marketed from 1993-1995 then discontinued
Josh - June 14, 2015 - Report this comment
I miss this soda! I used to drink it all the time. I wish I could figure out the recipe. I called Coke so many times over the years, asking them to bring it back and they just about denied they ever made it. They have released some pretty crappy sodas since, I don't see why they can't put this out again and see what happens. It started out a mysterious marketing experiment and still is pretty strange to this day. The phone number was awesome too!

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