There's been a debate raging on Twitter over the milk-Coke combo.

There are those who believe it to be delicious, while everyone else thinks it's an abomination.

Thinking about it, it's not far off from a Colorado Bulldog which consists of milk, Coke, while adding Kahlua and vodka.

Like most things in life, it's probably the addition of the booze that makes the drink tolerable.

Taste aside, the science behind the milk-Coke is strange.

The Telegraph UK:

The acidity levels in coke causes the milk to curdle on contact, and after the initial contact things start to get weird.

After 15 minutes brown foamy clumps begin to form at the bottom of the bottle. This is due to the phosphoric acid in the coke reacting with the milk; the phosphoric acid molecules attach to the milk molecules making them more dense.

Sounds delicious, right? Well, you don't have to try it, because we did.

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