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Coca-Cola Vanilla (commonly referred to as Vanilla Coke) is a vanilla-flavored version of Coca-Cola, invented by Contra and introduced in 2002 but subsequently discontinued in North America and the United Kingdom in 2005, only remaining available as a fountain drink. It was relaunched in the US in 2007; in Denmark in 2012, the UK in 2013, and Canada in 2016. Vanilla Coke has been available in Australia since its initial introduction in 2002, being produced by Coca-Cola Amatil. Originally announced as a limited edition in the UK, it became permanent for several years; however, it was again discontinued in the UK in Summer 2018. Despite this, the product has still been distributed in related brands Diet Vanilla Coke and Coke Vanilla Zero.

Ordinary Coca-Cola already contains small amounts of vanilla. The history of adding additional vanilla flavoring to Coca-Cola, at least in the US, dates back at least to the 1940s when local soda fountain workers (soda jerks) would upon request add a "shot" (roughly two tablespoons) of vanilla syrup to a (12-16 oz) Coca-Cola fountain soda. For decades, this remained common practice in ice cream shops where vanilla syrup and Coca-Cola were both available. The Coca-Cola Company first tested a Coca-Cola blend with extra vanilla flavoring at the 1982 World's Fair in Knoxville, Tennessee.[1] After the introduction of Cherry Coke and the failure of New Coke, the company was hesitant to introduce anything radically new. It was not until early April 2002 that rumors began to circulate that the company was planning a new variation to their classic soft drink. The Coca-Cola Company was tight-lipped regarding the details of the new beverage, commenting to a London based newspaper, "We've always got a number of things in development," leaving open speculation for what was to develop.[2] It was later revealed that testing for a vanilla flavor had been completed and that the new beverage would be available in months. However, in late April 2002, the company announced that Vanilla Coke would be produced as early as May.[3]

The marketing campaign for Vanilla Coke aimed to appeal across all generations. Yolanda Ball, brand manager for Coca-Cola Classic, said, "We had to learn how to balance the newness of vanilla with the established qualities of Coca-Cola".[4] Vanilla Coke debuted at the Vanilla Bean Café, locally known as "the Bean," in Pomfret, Connecticut. The diet variety would be directed primarily at women. The first public tasting of Vanilla Coke took place in the Buckhead district of Atlanta at the Three Dollar Cafe with Atlanta radio station Q100 and their morning hosts from The Bert Show.

The Coca-Cola Company announced in 2002 that Vanilla Coke would be introduced initially in the United States with distribution starting May 15, followed by a rollout in Canada. The introduction of vanilla flavor was hailed by The Coca-Cola Company as "the greatest innovation since Diet Coke in 1983".[5] It also marked the 116th anniversary of the Coca-Cola Company.[6] Later that year, it was introduced to the Norwegian, Swedish, and Icelandic markets of Europe. This was the first Coca-Cola variety introduced in Norway since Coca-Cola itself in 1937 and Coca-Cola Light in 1983.[7] As of 2003[update], Vanilla Coke was marketed in several European countries as well as Australia and New Zealand (in mid-to-late-2002). By late 2003, the company had marketed Vanilla Coke in over 30 countries around the globe. During the 2016 Summer Olympics the vanilla and cherry version was presented to selected markets in Brazil.[8] Today, It can easily be distributed using a Coca-Cola Freestyle machine, which injects vanilla syrup into Coca-Cola

As part of Coca-Cola's ongoing "One Brand" marketing campaign, a new U.S. packaging design for Coca-Cola Vanilla was introduced in January 2019. The new packaging follows the design principles already employed in the United States for Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, and Coca-Cola Life. The word "Coca-Cola" is superimposed upon a red disc with a light beige drop (representing a drop of vanilla syrup) below the text. The background color of the can or bottle is light beige in color. The word "Vanilla" is placed above the red disc, similar to the "Original Taste" text currently used on cans and bottles of original Coca-Cola.

The Diet Coke Lemon and Vanilla was awesome and they discontinued it. But, why is it when you go to a restaurant and they have a digitial coke machine, they have it That is so messed up. Thanks for this blog, yeah Vanilla did rock.

Vanilla Coke fans, by dropping by McDonald's, you can finally order this beloved soda with your fast food. Because according to the Daily Dot, McDonald's employee and TikToker Robert Nofer has revealed a trick that will ensure you can wash down your next Big Mac with an iced-cold vanilla coke.

"They don't call me a genius for nothing," Robert Nofer, whose username is mcdonalds_hacks101, wrote in the caption of the TikTok video that revealed the vanilla coke hack. According to Nofer, to make this McDonald's trick work, you'll first need to (of course) order a Coke. However, you should ask your server to add the French vanilla syrup that McDonald's usually reserves for its coffee treats to your soda. Then mix it up and enjoy the closest thing you can get to an authentic fountain vanilla coke.

However, because the original video showcased the TikToker making a vanilla coke behind the scenes at his job, you may be wondering if this is a Coca-Cola hack that's off-limits to McDonald's customers. It seems The Daily Dot had a similar concern and asked Nofer to prove his Coke trick would work for anyone at any McDonald's with vanilla syrup. Nofer obliged the outlet's request and made an additional video where he tried out the same hack at a McDonald's he didn't work at. After asking for medium-sized coke with "a couple of splashes" of French vanilla syrup, the McDonald's employee reported the location was able to fulfill his order. But while this off-the-menu trick is perfect for Coca-Cola Vanilla fans, it's only one of the many ways McDonald's lovers can hack the chain's soda.

As long as we have the internet, you won't ever have to settle for ordering a run-of-the-mill soda at McDonald's. For example, here's another vanilla-flavored Coke hack that involves a sweet treat. According to one TikTok video, you can make your own McDonald's Coke float by dipping a vanilla soft serve ice cream cone into your soda. And if you love all creamy-tasting drinks, another TikToker revealed you can combine Hi-C orange with McDonald's coffee creamer to enjoy an orange-cream-soda-esque cup of pop.

Vanilla Coke is back on the market in several countries, but it's harder to find than the original recipe. Add its sweet vanilla flavor to regular Coke with homemade vanilla syrup, or buy the syrup from the grocery store and skip down to the last section.

Wild Turkey and Cola blend has been carefully adjusted to retain the quality Wild Turkey flavour loved by bourbon drinkers. Its 4.8% ABV makes it the authentic bourbon blend for everyday occasions. Served chilled or on the rocks, its sweet vanilla notes combine with earthy characters to give it a refreshing body and smooth finish.

Classic is a flavor and that flavor is Vanilla Cola. Call us extra, but we like our cola protein-packed and with just a hint of vanilla (but without any added sugars). Vanilla Cola Protein Powder - your new go-to on the rocks.

Coca-Cola isn't phoning it in here. It launched an over-the-top TV ad featuring a 1970s-style car chase late last month, and the next time you head into your local grocery store, you shouldn't be surprised to find a fair amount of Coca-Cola's shelf space has been dedicated to the new flavor, which evokes nostalgic notes of Dreamsicle orange-popsicle-coated vanilla ice cream treats.

You have to go all the way back to 2007 -- when Coca-Cola added Vanilla Coke Zero to its existing Cherry Coke Zero -- to find the last new flavor for its sugar-free Coca-Cola Zero brand. If anything it's surprising that it took Coca-Cola this long to get around to expanding its offerings on that front. A Coca-Cola marketing manager told AdAge last month that cherry- and vanilla-flavored Cokes account for roughly 9% of the brand's dollar volume but are driving 18% of the dollar growth.

The classic taste of Coca Cola is mixed with the sweet notes of vanilla to make this delicious Coke Vanilla hybrid - first appearing in the states in 2002 and quickly becoming one of the nation's favourite varieties of Coca Cola. The delicious taste of Coca Cola Vanilla in sizeable 12oz cans - perfect all year round for a tasty treat. Comes in a 12 pack or 2 x 6 packs depending on availability.

Throw it back to classic ice cream and cola float creations of the 1950s or experiment and create your own treats with limited edition Captain Morgan Cherry Vanilla! This fave combo of sweet cherry and vanilla flavors is sure to razz your taste buds. 59ce067264

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