Is there a garlic Coca-Cola?

Is there a garlic Coca-Cola?

December 22, 2021

OVER the years, the Coca-Cola Company has been known for releasing interesting flavors, and while some were fan favorites, others have since been discontinued.

Since 2014, pictures of a garlic Coca-Cola can have circulated across the internet and soda drinkers have long wondered if it is actually a real thing.

Is there a garlic Coca-Cola?

To an extent, garlic Coca-Cola is fake, however, there have been reports that companies have tried to create the flavor.

In 2014, an image showing a purple can of Coca-Cola Garlic started circulating around the internet and has since gone viral multiple times but there is no such thing at this time.

While garlic Coca-Cola might be fictional, Food & Wine reported in 2015 that there was a garlic-flavored cola drink called Takkola trending in Japan.

What flavors does Coca-Cola sell?

While there are hundreds of flavors around the world, there are eight main flavors distributed within the United States, according the the company's website.

Those flavors include:

  • Coca-Cola Cherry
  • Coca-Cola Cherry Vanilla
  • Coca-Cola Orange Vanilla
  • Coca-Cola Vanilla
  • Coca-Cola Cherry Zero Sugar
  • Coca-Cola Cherry Vanilla Zero Sugar
  • Coca-Cola Orange Vanila Zero Sugar
  • Coca-Cola Vanilla Zero Sugar

Coca-Cola also has coffee flavors including dark blend, vanilla, caramel, dark blend zero sugar and vanilla zero sugar.

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At this time, there is no garlic Coca-Cola flavorCredit: Getty

Who founded Coca-Cola?

The history of Coca-Cola dates back to May 8, 1886, when the company was first founded.

The founder of the company was a pharmacist by the name of Dr John Stith Pemberton, who was reportedly on a mission to create a new alcoholic medicine but after the temperance movement of 1886 – a social movement against the sale and consumption of alcohol – Pemberton began creating non-alcoholic versions of the French Wine Coca.

He later created a syrup with carbonated water instead of wine and then sold his drink as a fountain drink rather than medicine.

While Pemberton is the founder, the company it is now owned by thousands of shareholders and investors around the world.

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