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Coca-Cola is delicious!
{{#ev:youtube|xffOCZYX6F8|320}}Have a Coke and a smile.


{{#ev:youtube|I0mimiahe0I|320}}Bill Cosby prefers Coke over those sugary soft drinks.

Coca-Cola is a soda that was created in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. It is one of the most recognised brands on earth, and there is even a Coca-Cola museum in Atlanta dedicated to it. Their only true rival is Pepsi (formerly called Pepsi-Cola), which was really popular during the Great Depression.

It goes great with pizza, as well as cheeseburgers and various Japanese foods.

It is also the official Cola of the Olympic Games.

Some of the commercials for this product during Christmas involve either cute polar bears or Santa Claus.


Coca-Cola was first invented by John Pemberton, a Georgian chemist/pharmacist, in 1886. It was first sold at Jacob's Pharmacy at the soda fountain as a cure-all elixir. Even though it didn't cure anything, it was still delicious, causing it to become popular. Eventually, it was bottled and produced around the United States, then the world. In 1985, though, they changed the formula, only to change it back quickly due to public pressure.

Nowadays, it is the most well known brand on earth, and is the greatest in Koridai.


  • Coca-Cola [Classic]
  • Diet Coke/Coca-Cola Light
  • New Coke/Coke II (Discontinued 2002, though still available in American Samoa)
  • Sprite
  • Georgia Coffee (Japan)
  • Tab (Not discontinued, contrary to public belief.)
  • Coke Zero, as well as various "Zero" versions of other Coca-Cola products.
  • Fanta
  • Vanilla Coke (Was eventually discontinued, only to come back again by popular demand.)
  • Cherry Coke
  • Mellow Yellow
  • Barq's Root Beer
  • Powerade
  • Vitamin Water
  • Dasani
  • Qoo (Japan)
  • Aquarius (various products varying by country)
  • Dr. Pepper (In Japan and the UK, under license from Schweppes)


  • Coca-Cola was originally green.
  • The trademark Coke bottle was patented on December 25, 1923.
  • Various people have been spokesmen for Coca-Cola products, such as Bill Cosby, Max Headroom, Mean Joe Greene, and others.
  • Is the official cola of the Holiday season, as well as the Olympic Games and various sports stadiums, and even a whole rugby team (The Coca-Cola West Red Sparks of Fukuoka, Japan).
  • Please don't confuse it with cocaine.
  • Is commonly known as a symbol of freedom, democracy, and the American way. In fact, in 1989, as the Berlin Wall came down, many East Germans actually bought Coca-Cola by the caseload.
    • The Coca-Cola Company, through the West Berlin and Dunkirk bottlers, also gave away loads of Coke to East Germans arriving in West Germany. People in cars (Trabants and Wartburgs) were given whole cases, while pedestrians received six packs and single cans. Being that Coca-Cola was already known to East Germans as a small glimmer of freedom and hope, they gladly accepted.


  • [1] - Official website of the Coca-Cola Company
  • [2] - Official Japanese website