So, "the first Coca-Cola trademark flavor innovations in over a decade," as the company called them in its news release, will be Orange Vanilla Coke and Orange Vanilla Coke Zero Sugar.
In this image provided by the Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Co., the new flavors Orange Vanilla Coke and Orange Vanilla Coke Zero Sugar are shown. The beverages hit stores Feb. 25.
“We wanted to bring back positive memories of carefree summer days,” Coca-Cola brand director Kate Carpenter said on the company's blog. “That’s why we leaned into the orange-vanilla flavor combination — which is reminiscent of the creamy orange popsicles we grew up loving, but in a classically Coke way.”
The launch comes on the heels of the introduction of the new Diet Coke Blueberry Acai and Strawberry Guava, which was released to “offer an array choices that satisfy a variety of changing tastes and lifestyles,” the company said.
Vanilla Coke and Vanilla Coke Zero were introduced in 2007, and Cherry Coke has been around since 1985.
Learn more about the newest flavor here.
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