This page is about Coca-Cola, and it's other divisions discontinued brands and flavors that was released in some part of a month with in the year that they released it, that they meant to be a permanent addiction to their line up, but the sales about the flavor, popularity, and the branding about the soda started to fail, and then discontinued for a while after the soda's release. Sometimes Coca-Cola, and it's other divisions releases a limited edition flavor for a certain amount of time until the discontinuation such as New Coke, Coca-Cola Blāk, Coca-Cola Orange and more Coca-Cola products that they had been released along the years.

These are the discontinued brands that Coca-Cola, and it's other divisions that had been released over the past years.

"New" Coke[edit | edit source]

New Coke was released on April 23, 1985 by the Coca-Cola Company to replace the original formula of its flagship, Coca-Cola (also called Coke). New Coke originally had no separate name of its own, but was simply known as "the new taste of Coca-Cola" until 1992 when it was officially renamed Coke II and then 2 months after the release of New Coke is been discontinued in the same year of the release of "New" Coke.

Coca-Cola Black Cherry Vanilla[edit | edit source]

Coca-Cola Black Cherry Vanilla and Diet Coke Black Cherry Vanilla were varieties of Coca-Cola that were launched in January 2006 by The Coca-Cola Company in the United States. The diet version was sweetened with a blend of aspartame and acesulfame potassium and was marketed as part of the Diet Coke family. It was available in 20-ounce, 2-liter, and 12-pack can forms.

Coca-Cola Blāk[edit | edit source]

Coca-Cola BlāK was a Coffee-flavored soft drink introduced by Coca-Cola in 2006 and discontinued in 2008.

2005, 2007 Coca-Cola Lime
2005, 2007 Diet Coca-Cola Lime
2004-2007 Coca-Cola C2

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