If you enjoy the distinct flavor of a Coca-Cola you're probably well aware of their much guarded secret formula.  It's been held in a bank vault for the last 86 years but now has a new home.

Over the last six months or so I've become a Coke drinker again.  It's been ten years or more that I've been a loyal Dr. Pepper fan but lately Coke seems to suite my palate more.

The original formula dates to 1886 and has been stored in a bank vault at SunTrust Banks Inc.  The bank held the formula starting in 1925.

Coca-Cola is celebrating it's 125th anniversary this year and part of that celebration is unveiling a new display at it's World of Coca-Cola Museum in downtown Atlanta.

The secret formula has been put in a metal box inside a cylindrical room behind vault doors that are locked with a keypad and hand scanner.  Now the public can get closer than ever before to the formula that made Coke the global leader in beverages.  But you still can't actually see it.