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Here's a list of the Top 10 Coca-Cola Drinks That Embarrassed the Company! Today we countdown the top 10 Coke product fails they wish never existed!
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The Coca-Cola Company was started in 1886 by a pharmacist named John Pemberton and the first product sold was the iconic Coca-Cola. Today, Coca-Cola Company now has over 500 different products being sold in around 200 countries. But since Coca-Cola has released so many different products over the years, it also means that there have been some products that were not so well received (along with a couple of fake products which, if real, would make people wonder who was in charge of product development over there at Coke). So let’s sip on the Top 10 Coca-Cola drinks that embarrassed the company.
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0:38 New Coke
1:53 OK Soda
3:21 Coca-Cola Blak
4:35 Sprite Remix
7:05 Coke Life
8:21 Garlic Coke
9:40 Tab Clear
10:57 Bacon Coca-Cola
12:09 Coca-Cola’s Beverly
- In 1985, Coca-Cola was losing sales to other competing soda brands so it decided that Coke needed a change up. Coke decided to change its formula and release a new and improved New Coke in hopes of regaining lost sales.
- In 1993, Coca-Cola decided that it needed to start marketing towards Generation X through a new drink called OK Soda. The product was named OK because it’s the most recognized word around the globe.
- Coca-Cola Blak was first released in France in 2006 and moved to the American market quite quickly after. Its main selling point was its high levels of caffeine, making it a competitor to other energy drinks on the market.
- In 2003, Coca-Cola decided to hop on to the DJ and remix trends of the early 2000s in order to catch the attention of young people by releasing a series of 3 flavors of Sprite Remixes.
- To hop on to the low-carb diet trend of the early 2000s, Coca-Cola released the Coca-Cola C2 in Japan in 2002, and in the United States in 2004. But the product wasn't exactly what people wanted.
- In 2014, Coca-Cola Life was released, a drink that looks like normal Coke but made with natural sweeteners like Stevia and cane sugar. The drink also only contained 89 calories per can, rather than the usual 139 in normal Coke.
- Since around 2014, there’s been an image making its rounds on the Internet of a purple can of Coca-Cola with the word “garlic” on it. Accompanied with the image was text stating that the product was available in Romania, or occasionally other locations.
- In the 1990s, clear cola was all the rage so in 1992, Coca-Cola decided to release Tab Clear, a variation of normal Tab that was clear in colour while still tasting like the original.
-There’s been an image of a bacon-flavored Coca-Cola can making its way through the Internet for a while now but to the disappointment of bacon lovers everywhere, this product does not actually exist.
- Italy’s exclusive Coca-Cola product was a drink called Beverly, which made its debut in 1969 and was sold all the way up to 2009, when it was finally discontinued. The drink is a non-alcoholic aperitif, a type of alcohol consumed before meals in order to stimulate the appetite.
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