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John Pemberton's Tasting Spoon
Ladle sterling

Origin

John Pemberton

Type

Spoon

Effects

Turns liquids into Coca-Cola

Downsides

May contain cocaine globules which cause spikes in depression and anxiety

Activation

Touching liquid

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Food-888A

Aisle

577896-8399

Shelf

832304-2838-066

Date of Collection

April 27, 1959

[Source]


OriginEdit

John Pemberton was a pharmacist who first brewed the popular soft drink Coca-Cola. During his time in the Confederate Army, he suffered a sword injury across the chest and became addicted to morphine from treatments. He wanted to find an opium-free alternative to painkillers and experimented with coca nuts and leaves.

The result, originally intended to alleviate stress and addiction instead became the most famous non-alcoholic beverage in the world. The Coca-Cola Company later on removed all ingredients involving cocaine from the recipe.

EffectsEdit

Turns anything that is stirred with the spoon turns into standard Coca-Cola. Depending on the substance, tiny bubbles can form within the mix. Although they are just solidified portions of cola, they actually possess the same stimulating and addictive properties of cocaine. Taking these pieces with the rest of the Coke can cause noticeable spikes in depression, anxiety and substance abuse.

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