Coffee milk is kind of Rhode Island’s answer to . The combination of sweet coffee syrup and milk is enjoyed at all hours of the day, and no brand is as ubiquitous as . Autocrat showed up on the scene in the 1930s, shortly after the launch of their main competitor, . The decades-long rivalry came to an end in 1991, when , and the company still produces both labels to this day. It also produces a third brand, , whose label design we love and which it sells mainly to markets outside Rhode Island. They’re the ― corn syrup, coffee extract and colors ― and we suspect they taste generally the same, though Coffee Time is advertised as having a than the others. Rhodies? Care to weigh in?