I was raised in southeast Texas in the 70s. A distinct childhood memory was walking into town along a dusty road and stopping along the way for an ice cold bottle of Coca Cola fresh from the dispenser machine. No cans here. As I'd tip back the frosty bottle you could see the green glass bottom, sometimes with little bubbles from where air had been trapped in the glass during the manufacturing process. Ah, refreshing. Although I rarely drink soda now, I remain nostalgic for genuine Cola in old fashioned bottles.