Vintage Cups, Glasses and Mugs
In our blogs, we’ve been featuring a different promotional or corporate restaurantware product made over the years. This is another in the group of cool retro cups, glasses or mugs from our large collection. Here we’ll be sharing what we’ve learned about it and we welcome your additional input and comments.
Frozen Cokes were first made available in the early 1970s, here in the US. They have been released once again in certain parts of the country in restaurants like Burger King and Race Trac and at some gas station convenience stores. The drink served at Burger King was called a BK Coke Float and was a combination of frozen Coca-Cola and soft serve ice cream. Frozen Coke, which resembles a 7-11 Slurpee and comes out of the same type of machine, can still be found in different areas of the country.
This cup dates to the 1970s and was produced by the Lily-Tulip Cup Corporation. Let us know if you’ve seen any place in your area that still serves up Frozen Cokes.
Lily-Tulip Cup Corporation
New York, NY
This item is not for sale.