Griffice (left) and Teague sift through used Topo Chico bottles at the Coca-Cola bottling plant to see which empties might work for Griffice’s glasses. They’re looking for clean, minimally scratched specimens. “Topo Chico has become hugely popular in Texas,” Griffice notes. “It comes from a mountain spring in Monterrey, Mexico. I guess there’s a novelty to drinking Mexican water.” “It’s got a bit of a flash,” adds Teague. “You open it and it’s super carbonated in that mineral-water way. It’s just so refreshing.”
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Griffice (left) and Teague sift through used Topo Chico bottles at the Coca-Cola bottling plant to see which empties might work for Griffice’s glasses. They’re looking for clean, minimally scratched specimens. “Topo Chico has become hugely popular in Texas,” Griffice notes. “It comes from a mountain spring in Monterrey, Mexico. I guess there’s a novelty to drinking Mexican water.” “It’s got a bit of a flash,” adds Teague. “You open it and it’s super carbonated in that mineral-water way. It’s just so refreshing.”