Summit Diet Cola vs. Coca-Cola Diet Coke

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Some small differences but similar overall.

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Brandefy Review

Great dupe! Most testers couldn't tell the two brands apart in blind tests. Store brand was mildly sweeter, but again you can't even tell the difference.

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Arn

10/25/2018

I tried the Aldi. I’m a Diet Coke fanatic and I could not tell the difference. I was very surprised and just wanted to share.

Anne Nimke

02/10/2019

Diet Coca-cola is delish and much better tasing and Aldi’s Diet Coke. I won’t buy again. But I’m a coke snob and won’t drink Pepsi/Diet Pepsi either.

Anne Nimke

02/10/2019

I put my finger on the taste. There is a strong clove flavor in the Aldi brand.

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