Tie first glass of Coca Cola was served in 1886 to the customers of “Jacobs’ Pharmacy” in Atlanta. The drink wasn’t bottled yet, but it was made out of thick syrup, mixed with carbonated water. The chemist John Smyth Pemberton, who made the syrup in a large kettle in his basement, hoped he finally had invented something to make a lot of money with. Soft drinks just became popular that time; they were developed by chemists, who continually tried to invent new products. Besides medicines and other chemical products, they also experimented with soft drinks, which were sold at bars. In summertime, it becomes very hot in the south of the USA. The soft drink-salesman who owned a, “soda fountain” in a pharmacy, made a good living. “Doc” Pemberton never had an idea of the success of the syrup he made. He died on August 16, 1888 at a age of 57. When the syrup made by Pemberton appeared to be liked by the customers of the local soda fountains, he decided to produce and sell it. His partner and book-keeper Frank Robinson invented the name and the way to write it down.