I like my Coca-Cola cold, so I often put it in the freezer for twenty minutes - yes, I'm impatient. But I'm also forgetful, so it happened several times that the cola got frozen. When this happens to juice, it's no problem, but cola loses the dissolved carbon dioxide after freezing.
The same thing also happens often in autumn when first frost attacks our balcony storage, freezing anything that's on the balcony.
I did not open the bottle last time it happened. I can feel it's very pressurized. Can I force the aerial carbon dioxide back in the drink before opening the bottle?