List of Coca-Cola brands

List of Coca-Cola brands

List of all brands (fully or partially) owned by The Coca-Cola Company:

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  • AdeS - drinkinr available in Indonesia.[1]
  • Alhambra - drinking water available in the USA.[2]
  • Ambasa - Soft drink sold in Japan and Korea.[3]
  • American [4]
  • Ameyal - Fruit sodas available only in the cities of Cuernavaca and Toluca in Mexico
  • Amita - Fruit juice available in Greece
  • Andina Calcio - Fruit juice available in Chile.[5]
  • Andina Frut/Andifrut - Fruit juice available in Chile.[5]
  • Andina Hi C - Fruit juice available in Chile.[5]
  • Andina Nectar - Fruit juice available in Chile.[5]
  • Apollinaris - German naturally sparkling mineral water
  • Appletiser - Sparkling apple drink
  • Aquabona (previously Bonaqua) - Mineral water available in Spain.[6] See BonAqua.
  • Aquactive - Sports drink formerly sold in Spain.[7]
  • Aquana - A sports drink available in Belgium, Luxembourg and Netherlands.[8]
  • Aquapure [4]
  • Aquarius - Sports drink
  • Aquarius Spring - bottled water available in the USA.[9]
  • Aqvaris [4]
  • Aqua Shot - flavoured water available in New Zealand.
  • Arwa - mineral water sold in the West Bank & the Gaza Strip
  • Avra - bottled water available in Greece[10]
  • Aybal-Kin [11]


  • Bacardi Mixers – A co-branded product with the Bacardi rum manufacturer. Tropical drinks available in the United States, Australia and Spain.[8]
  • Bacardi Premium Mixers
  • Bankia – mineral water available in Bulgaria.
  • Barq'sroot beer
  • Barq's Floatz
  • Barq's Red Crème Soda
  • Beat – Citrus flavoured soft drink available in Mexico.[8]
  • Belté[11]
  • Beverly - Non-alcoholic bitter apéritif available in Italy.
  • Bibo – Fruit punch available in Turkey, South Africa, Mozambique and Canada.[12]
  • Big Crush[11]
  • Big Tai[11]
  • Bimbo
  • Bimbo Break[11]
  • Bird's Nest[11]
  • Bistra – Bottled water in Croatia [11]
  • Bistrone – Corn soup available in Japan.[8]
  • Bjäre[11] - Coca-Cola's own julmust, available in Sweden.
  • Black Cherry Vanilla Coca-Cola
  • BlackFire[11]
  • Boco[11]
  • Bom Bit Maesil[11]
  • BonAqua BonActive – Grapefruit flavored sports drink available in Hong-Kong and Macao.[8]
  • BonAqua/BonAqa/Bonaqua – Bottled water, carbonated and noncarbonated, fruit-flavoured or unflavoured. Available in parts of Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America.[8] Renamed "Aquabona" in Spain.[6]
  • BotaniQ – Fruit-flavoured water available in Ukraine
  • BPM Energy – Energy drink available in Ireland [12]
  • Bright And Early[11]
  • Bubbly
  • Burn – Energy drink available in Europe.[8] Known as "Buzz" in Japan [13]



  • Daft Cola- The same as Mexican Coke, but put in limited edition Daft Punk bottles and sold exclusively in French clubs.
  • Daizu no Susume - Grapefruit flavored soy soft drink available in Japan [17]
  • Damla - Drink water in Turkey.
  • DANNON[11] (under license)
  • Dasani - Bottled water.[11]
  • Dasani Active[11]
  • Dasani Balance[11]
  • Dasani Flavors - Flavored and lightly sweetened water.[8]
  • Dasani Nutriwater[11]
  • Dasani Plus - Vitamin-enhanced flavored water.[8]
  • Dasani Sensations [8]
  • Deep River Rock - Bottled water available in Ireland.
  • Delaware Punch - Fruit-flavored, non-carbonated soft drink.[8]
  • Del Valle - Mexican nectars and juices, acquired by The Coca-Cola Company and bottler Coca-Cola FEMSA in 2007.
  • DESCA [4]
  • Diet A&W[11] (Under license)
  • Diet Andina Frut/Andina Frut light[11]
  • Diet Andina Nectar/Andina Nectar light[11]
  • Diet Barq's[11]
  • Diet Canada Dry[11]
  • Diet Cherry Coke - Diet version of Cherry Coke.[11]
  • Diet Coke/Coke light - Low-calorie version of Coca-Cola (formally known as Diet Coca-Cola or Coca-Cola Light), sister product of Coca-Cola Zero.[11]
  • Diet Coke Black Cherry Vanilla the ill fated black cherry vanilla diet coke.[11]
  • Diet Coke Citra/Coca-Cola light Citracoca-cola light (diet coke) with lemon-lime flavor.[11]
  • Diet Coke Plus - Diet Coke fortified with vitamins.[11]
  • Diet Coke Sweetened with Splenda - diet coke with splenda instead of aspartame.[11]
  • Diet Coke with Lemon/Coca-Cola light with Lemon - a lemon flavored diet coke. [11]
  • Diet Coke with Lime/Coca-Cola light with Lime - a lime flavored diet coke. [11]
  • Diet Coke with Raspberry[11]
  • Diet Crush - Diet version of Crush.[11]
  • Diet Dr Pepper/Dr Pepper Zero (Under license) [11]
  • Diet Fanta/Fanta light/Fanta Zero/Fanta Free - Diet versions of Fanta.[11]
  • Diet Freskyta - Diet version of Freskyta.[11]
  • Diet Inca Kola - Diet version of Inca Kola.[11]
  • Diet Kia Ora - Diet version of Kia Ora.[11]
  • Diet Krest - Diet version of Krest.[11]
  • Diet Lift/Lift light - Diet version of Lift.[11]
  • Diet Lilt/Lilt Zero - Diet versions of Lilt.[11]
  • Diet Master Pour - Diet version of Master Pour.[11]
  • Diet Mello Yello - Diet version of Mello Yello.[11]
  • Diet Nestea/Nestea light/Nestea Sin Azúcar - Diet versions of Nestea.[11]
  • Diet Oasis - Diet version of Oasis.[11]
  • Diet Quatro/Quatro light - Diet version of Quatro.[11]
  • Diet Sarsi - Root beer flavored soft drink.[8]
  • Diet Schweppes[11] (Under license)
  • Diet Seagrams - Diet version of Seagrams.
  • Diet Sport [11]
  • Diet Sprite/Sprite light - Diet version of Sprite.[11]
  • Diet Squirt - Diet version of Squirt.[11]
  • Diet Tai/Tai light - Diet version of Tai.[11]
  • Diet Vanilla Coke - Diet version of Vanilla Coke.[11]
  • Disney Hundred Acre Wood [4]
  • Disney Mickey's Adventure [4]
  • Disney Winnie the Pooh [4]
  • Disney Xtreme Coolers[4]
  • Diva [11]
  • Dobriy [11]
  • Doğazen - drinking spring water in Turkey.[18]
  • Dorna- Sparkling mineral water available in Romania and Moldova.[11][19]
  • Drim [4]
  • Club orange.. IRELAND
  • Dr Pepper - Europe Only


  • E2- Energy drink available in New Zealand.[12]
  • Earth & Sky - Available in Philippines [11]
  • Eight O'Clock - Juice drink available in Philippines.[8]
  • Eight O'Clock Funchum[11]
  • El Rayek [11]
  • Escuis [11]
  • Escuis light [4]
  • Eva Water [11]
  • Enviga - Fruit-flavored green tea available in Austria, Belgium Czech Republic, Hungary, Netherlands, Slovakia, Spain and the United States.[8]


  • Fanta - several fruit flavored soft drinks (different for each region)
  • Fanta J-Lemon - Available in Thailand.[8]
  • Fanta J-Melon - Available in Thailand.[8]
  • Fanta Lactic - Milk drink available in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and United States.[8]
  • Finley [11][20]
  • Fioravanti - Fruit flavored soft drink available in Ecuador (1878)[8] and Spain (2006).
  • Five Alive - Five-fruit juice blends available in Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda and United Kingdom.[8]
  • Five Alive (US) - Blend of five citrus juices available in Canada and United States.[8]
  • Flavor Rage [11]
  • Floatz [4]
  • Fontana [11]
  • Fraser & Neave [4]
  • Freezits [4]
  • Fresca - Flavored caffeine-free, calorie-free soft drink.[8]
  • Fresca 1 - Grapefruit flavored soft drink available in Costa Rica, Mexico and Panama.[8]
  • Frescolita [11]
  • Freskyta [11]
  • Fresquinha [11]
  • Fress - First introduced in Japan 2004 [12]
  • Frestea (under license) [11]
  • Frisco - Fruit flavored carbonated soft drink available in Finland and Lithuania.[8]
  • Frucci [4]
  • Frugos [11]
  • Frugos Fresh [11]
  • Fruita - (South Australia) [21]
  • Fruitia [11]
  • Fruitlabo [4]
  • Fruitopia - non-carbonated soft drinks
  • Fruitopia Freeze[4]
  • Fruitopia Tea
  • Fruktime [11]
  • Frutina [11]
  • Frutonic - Lightly carbonated soft drink available in Belgium, Luxembourg and New Zealand.[8]
  • Full Throttle - Citrus-flavored energy drink available in the United States and Canada.[8]
  • Full Throttle Blue Demon - Agave Lime Tangerine energy drink available in United States.[8]
  • Full Throttle Sugar Free[8]
  • Full Throttle Coffee [9]
  • Fuze Beverage - Vitamin infused juice and tea drinks available in the United States.[8]


  • Genki No Moto[4]
  • Georgia - Coffee drink available in Bahrain, India, Japan, South Korea, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.[8] It is also available in the United States through Japanese Supermarkets.
  • Georgia Cafe au Lait[8]
  • Georgia Club - Coffee beverage available in Singapore, Japan and India.[12]
  • Georgia Gold[11]
  • Gini[11]
  • Glacèau - Vitamin water sold in the United States, Britain and France
  • Gladiator- an energy drink available in Mexico and Brazil
  • Godiva Belgian Blends - Co-branded coffee/chocolate drink with Godiva, available in the United States[8]
  • Gold Peak Tea - iced tea drink, lemon-flavored, green, diet, unflavored, and diet unflavored, available in the United States.[8]
  • Gold Spot[11]
  • Golden Crush[11]
  • Goulburn Valley[11]
  • Grapette[11]
  • Groovy[11]
  • Guaraná Jesus[11]
  • Guaraná Kuat light[11]
  • Guaraná Kuat Zero[11]


  • Hajime - Green tea available in Japan.[8]
  • H2OK[4]
  • Happy Valley[4]
  • Haru no Mint Shukan[4]
  • Haru Green Tea - Tea drink available in South Korea.[8]
  • Hawai - Tropical fruit juice available in Morocco and Spain (2006).[22]
  • Healthworks[11]
  • Hero[11]
  • Hi-C - Juice drink available in the United States and Philippines.[8]
  • Hi-C Tea - Tea drinks available in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macau, Mariana Islands, Nicaragua and Philippines.[8]
  • Hires[11]
  • Hi Spot[11]
  • Hit - Fruit flavoured carbonated soft drink available in Venezuela.[8] See Fanta.
  • Honest Tea
  • Hot Point[11]
  • Horizon[4]
  • Huang - Tea available in Japan.[12]



  • Jaz Cola - Cola specifically developed for consumers who live in the Visayan Islands in Philippines.[8]
  • Jericho - Mineral water from Jericho[11]
  • Jet Tonic[11]
  • Jinmeile[4]
  • Jolly Juice[11]
  • Joy[11]
  • Joya - Flavor sodas[11] Available in some cities of Mexico.
  • Jozuni Yasai[4]
  • Jurassic Well[4]
  • Just Juice[11]
  • Juta[4]


  • Kapo - Available in Chile [5] and Brazil.
  • Kapo Axion[4]
  • Kapo Super Power[4]
  • Keri[11]
  • Kia-Ora[11]
  • Kidsfruitz[4]
  • Kilimanjaro[11]
  • Kin - Bottled water available in Argentina.[12]
  • Kin Light[4]
  • Kinley - This brand is used by two types of drinks:
    • Bottled still water available in Bangladesh, Bulgaria,pakistan, India, Maldives and Nigeria.[8]
    • A carbonated water with a wide array of variants: tonic, bitter lemon, club soda and fruit flavored. Available in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, El Salvador, Germany, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Maldives, Moldova, Nepal, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, United States, West Bank-Gaza and Zambia.[8]
  • Kiwi Blue - Bottled water available in New Zealand.[8]
  • KMX - A multidimensional energy drink available in Puerto Rico and the United States.[8]
  • Kochakaden - Flavoured tea available in Japan.[8]
  • Kola Inglesa[11]
  • Kola Roman - Colombia.[11]
  • Koumi Soukai[11]
  • Krest[11]
  • Kropla Beskidu[11]
  • Kuat - Guarana soft drink available in Brazil and the United States.[8]
  • Kuat Light[11]
  • Kuli[11]
  • Kvass - Russian soft drink acquired by Coca-Cola on 2007.[23]
  • Kyun[11]


  • Leed[4]
  • Lift - Fruit juice soft drink Albania, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Colombia, Czech Republic, Fiji, Germany, Guatemala, Hungary, Macedonia, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Poland, Slovakia, United States and Vanuatu.[8]
  • Lift booty plus[11]
  • Lift Plus light[11]
  • Lilia - Natural mineral water available in Italy
  • Lilt[11]
  • Limca - Lemon-lime soft drink available in India, Nepal, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Zambia.[8]
  • Limelite[11]
  • Limonade[11]
  • Linnuse[11]
  • Lion[11]
  • Love Body - Red oolong tea diet drink with dietary fiber available in Japan.[8]
  • Lemon & Paeroa (L&P) - Distributed in New Zealand and recently in Australia


  • Maaza - Mango juice drink with added calcium available in Bangladesh, India, Netherlands and Maldives.[8]
  • Mad River[11]
  • Magnolia[4]
  • Magnolia Funch[4]
  • Magnolia Zip[4]
  • Malvern Water - Bottled spring water available worldwide under the Schweppes brand.[11]
  • Manantial - Bottled water available in Colombia
  • Manzana Lift
  • Manzana Mia[4]
  • Mare Rosso - Non-alcoholic bitter soft drink available in Spain.[8]
  • Marocha Chaba no Ko - Unflavored green tea drink available in Japan.[8]
  • Master Chill[11]
  • Master Pour[11]
  • Matusov Pramen[11]
  • Mazoe[11]
  • Meijin[4]
  • Mello[11]
  • Mello Yello - Citrus soft-drink available in American Samoa, Canada, Guam, Japan, Mariana Islands and the United States.[8]
  • Mer[11] - Juice drink available in Sweden.
  • Mezzo Mix[11] light orange flavored coke.
  • Miami[11]
  • Mickey's Adventures - Vitamin-enriched juice drink available in Austria, Belgium, Dominican Republic, France, Hong Kong, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain and Switzerland.[8]
  • Mickey & Friends - Fruit juice available in Japan.[12]
  • Mickey Mouse[11]
  • Migoro-Nomigoro[11]
  • Minaqua[11]
  • Minute Maid - Brand of juice drinks, with a sub-brand of fruit-flavored soda which contains some fruit juice.
  • Minute Maid Active - Orange juice drink enriched with Glucosamine HCI available in the United States.[8]
  • Minute Maid AntiOx - Combination of fruit juices with antioxidizing properties available in Spain.[24]
  • Minute Maid Clásicos - Unsweetened fruit juices available in Spain.[24]
  • Minute Maid Coolers - Fruit beverages available in the United States.[8]
  • Minute Maid Deli[11]
  • Minute Maid Duofrutas - Mix of fruit juice, skimmed milk and vitamins available in Spain.[8]
  • Minute Maid Fresh[11]
  • Minute Maid Fruit Plus - Juice drink available in Japan.[8]
  • Minute Maid Heart Wise - Orange juice drink naturally sourced with plant sterols available in the United States.[8]
  • Minute Maid Hi-C - Available in Costa Rica
  • Minute Maid Juice Box - 100% juice drink available in the United States.[8]
  • Minute Maid Juice To Go - Juice drink marketed in plastic bottles to drink on the go available in the United States.[8]
  • Minute Maid Just 10- Fruit puch flavored juice drink available in the United States.[8]
  • Minute Maid Lemonades and Fruit Drinks - Fruit drink available in the United States.[8]
  • Minute Maid Light - Low calorie fruit drinks available in the United States.[8]
  • Minute Maid Limón&Nada - Lemonade drink available in Spain.[6]
  • Minute Maid Mais - Ready-to-drink juice drink available in Brazil.[8]
  • Minute Maid Multi-Vitamin - Orange juice enriched with vitamins and minerals available in the United States.[8]
  • Minute Maid Nutri+ - Flavored milk drink available in Mexico.[8]
  • Minute Maid Premium - 100% fruit juices available in Spain.[24]
  • Minute Maid Premium Lemonades and Punches - Juice drinks available in the United States.[8]
  • Minute Maid Premium Orange Juice and Premium Blends (Frozen & Refrigerated) - Fruit drinks available in the United States.[8]
  • Minute Maid Pulpy Orange - Drink with orange pulp and flavours available in India.
  • Minute Maid Selección - Fruit juices and nectars available in Spain.[24]
  • Minute Maid SojaPlus - Drink with fruit juice and soy available in Spain.[24]
  • Minute Maid Soft Drink[11]
  • Minute Maid Splash[11]
  • Mireille[11]
  • Mone[11]
  • Monsoon[4]
  • Monster Energy - Energy Drink available worldwide.[citation needed]
  • Montefiore[11]
  • Mori No Mizudayori - Bottled water available in Japan.[12]
  • Morning Deli - Fruit drink available in Japan.[12]
  • Mother (100% Natural Energy)[11] - Canned energy drink available in Australia since late 2006.[25]
  • Mount Franklin - Bottled water available in Australia.
  • Moyase
  • Mr Pibb[11]
  • Multiva - Bottled water available in Poland.[12]
  • Multivita[11]


  • N-Juice
  • Nada[11]
  • Nagomi[11]
  • Nalu - Mango flavored, low in calories soft drink available in Belgium, Luxembourg and Netherlands.[8]
  • Namthip[11] - Bottled water available in Thailand.
  • Nanairo Acha[11]
  • Nativa[4] - Yerba mate flavored, briefly available in Argentina
  • Naturaqua[11]
  • Nature's Own - Flavored mineral water available in Papuva Nueva Guinea.[8]
  • Nectar Andina[4]
  • Nectarin[11]
  • Nestea - Flavored tea drink. Available in Aruba, Australia, Austria. Belgium, Bostnia & Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Equatorial Guinea, Estonia, Finland, France, French Fuiana, Germany, Greece, Guadeloupe, Guam, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Macedonia, Malta, Mariana Islands, Martinique, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Reunion, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Turks & Caicos Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, the United States and Vietnam.[8] Only ready to drink products are a joint venture between Nestlé and Coca Cola.
  • Nestea COOL - Flavored green tea drink available in American Samoa, British & U.S. Virgin Islands, Canada, Cayman Islands, Indonesia, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Republic of Korea, United States, Venezuela and Vietnam.[8]
  • Nestle Chocolate[11]
  • Nevada[11]
  • Neverfail - Bottled water available in Australia.[12]
  • New Coke
  • Next[11]
  • Nico's Brassness[11]
  • Nordic Mist - Line of adult mixers soft drink available in Chile, Finland, Portugal and Spain.[8]
  • Northern Neck[11]
  • NOS (drink)
  • Nusta[4]


  • Oasis - Non-carbonated juice drink available in Great Britain, Ireland, Malta, France, Canada and the Netherlands.[8]
  • Odwalla - Juice drinks and natural health beverages available in the United States and Canada.[8]
  • Old Colony[4]
  • Olimpija[11]
  • OK Soda


  • Paani
  • Pacific Orchard
  • Pampa
  • Pams
  • Pearona
  • Peats Ridge Springs
  • Pepe Rico
  • Pibb Xtra - soft drink (is a Coca-Cola product in the US)[11]
  • Pibb Xtra Zero - no-calorie soft drink
  • Piko
  • Pilskalna
  • Planet Java
  • Play
  • Pocarrot
  • Pocket Dr.
  • Poiana Negri - Sparkling water available in Romania.[19]
  • Poms - sour apple flavored soft drink available in the Magreb region of North Africa.
  • Ponkana - Juice drink available in Philippines.[8]
  • Pop Cola - Available in the Philippines.
  • Portello
  • Powerade - sports drink.
  • Powerade alive
  • Powerade light
  • Powerade Option
  • Powerade Zero
  • Powerplay
  • Pulp Ananas
  • Pump - Bottled water available in Australia, South Africa, New Zealand and Fiji.[12]


  • Qoo - non-carbonated drink
  • Quatro - Grapefruit and lemon flavoured soft drink available in Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Uruguay.[8]
  • Quwat Jabal - Citrus flavoured soft drink available in the Middle East.[26][27]


  • Ramblin' Root Beer
  • Raspberry Coke
  • Ray J's Radio Rant
  • Ready to Brew
  • Real - Mineral sparkling water in Moldova.
  • Real Gold - Energy drink available in Japan.[12]
  • Rece Moss
  • Red Flash
  • Red Lion
  • Refresh Tea
  • Relentless
  • Rich
  • Richy
  • Rimzim
  • Rio Gold
  • Ripe N Ready
  • Risco
  • Riwa
  • Robinson Brothers
  • Rockstar - energy drink (distribution only)
  • Römerquelle - Austrian mineral water
  • Rosa (still and sparkling mineral water available in Serbia)
  • Rosalta
  • Roses
  • Royal Club Shandy
  • Royal Tru - An Orange Soft Drink In the Philippines
  • Royal Tru light - Light version of Royal Tru Orange

  • Safety First
  • Safia
  • Samantha
  • Samurai - A energy drink available in Vietnam and Philippines.[8]
  • San Luis - Bottled water available in Peru.
  • San Sao
  • Santiba - Soda and ginger ale available in the USA in the 1970s.[12]
  • Santolin
  • Sarsi - Soda available in Philippines.
  • Saryusaisai - Tea drink available in Japan [28]
  • Schweppes (Under license)
  • Scorpion - Energy drink available in Japan [12]
  • Seagrams - Clear soft drink available in Mexico, Norway, Sweden, Trinidad & Tobago, U.S. Virgin Islands and the United States.[8]
  • Seasons
  • Seltz
  • Sensation
  • Sensun
  • Senzao - Guaraná flavoured carbonated soft drink available in Mexico.[8]
  • Shichifukuzen
  • Shizen Plus - Green tea blended with complementary natural herb extracts. Available in Thailand.[8]
  • Shock
  • Signature
  • Sim
  • Simba
  • Simply Apple
  • Simply Lemonade
  • Simply Limeade
  • Simply Orange - Pasteurized orange juice available in the United States.[8]
  • Sintonia
  • Slap
  • Smart - Carbonated soft drink available in China and the United States.[8]
  • Sobo
  • Sodafruit Caprice Oranges
  • Sokenbicha - Blended tea drink available in Japan and the United States.[8]
  • Solo
  • Sonfil
  • Soonsoo 100
  • Southern Sun
  • Sparkle
  • Sparkletts
  • Sparkling Yogurt- Carbonated yogurt manufactured by Global Beverage Ent. Inc.
  • Sparletta - Creme soda available in South Africa.[12]
  • Sparletta Iron Brew - Available in South Africa.[12]
  • Splash - A clear soft drink available since 1995 in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain.[6]
  • Splice
  • Sport Cola
  • Sport Plus
  • Spring! by Dannon - Bottled spring water available in the United States.[8]
  • Spring! by Dannon Fluoride to Go - Fluoridated spring water available in the United States.[8]
  • Sprite - lemon-lime flavored soft drink
  • Sprite 3G
  • Sprite Ice
  • Sprite Remix
  • Sprite Light
  • Sprite Zero
  • Spur
  • sugar
  • Squirt
  • Stoney Ginger Beer
  • Sugar Free Full Throttle
  • Sun Valley
  • Sun Drop
  • Sunfill - Juice drink available in parts of Asia, Africa, Europe and the United States.[8]
  • Sunfilled & Fruit Tree
  • Supa
  • Superkools
  • Superpac
  • Surge - citrus soda (discontinued)
  • Sweecha
  • Swerve - Chocolate milk drink.


  • TaB - Coke's original diet soda, sweetened with saccharin
  • Tab Energy
  • Tab x-tra
  • Tahitian Treat
  • Tai
  • Tanora
  • Tarumi
  • Tavern
  • The Tea for Dining
  • Tea World Collection
  • Ten Ren - Tea beverage available in Taiwan.[12]
  • The Money Team
  • The Spirit of Georgia - competitive product to Bionade available in Germany
  • The Wellness
  • Thextons
  • This Water - Coca cola is a 58% shareholder in partent company innocent drinks
  • Thums Up - Carbonated soft drink in India
  • Tian Tey - Tea available in Belgium.[12]
  • Tian Yu Di/Heaven and Earth - Tea drinks and bottled water available in Hong Kong, Mariana Islands and Singapore.[8]
  • Tiky - Pineapple-flavored soft drink available in Guatemala.[8]
  • Top
  • Toppur - Flavoured and unflavoured sparkling water available in Iceland.[8]
  • Top's
  • Tropical
  • Tuborg Squash - orange soda in Denmark.[4][29]
  • Turkuaz - drinking water in Turkey.


  • Ultra Energy, Energy Drink, available in Serbia
  • Urge
  • Urge Intense (Energy Drink avaivable in Norway)
  • Urun


  • Valle - Orange Juice sold in South America
  • Valpre - Bottled water available in South Africa.[12]
  • Valser - Flavoured and unflavoured bottled water available in Germany, Russia and Switzerland.[8]
  • Vanilla Coke
  • Vault - hybrid energy citrus soda
  • Vault Zero
  • VegitaBeta
  • Vica
  • Victoria - Fruit sodas available only in the state of Querétaro in Mexico
  • Vita - Orange flavoured juice drink available in Zambia.[8]
  • Vital - Bottled water available in Chile.[5]
  • Vital O
  • Vitamin Water
  • Vitingo
  • Vlasinska Rosa - Water packaged in Serbian Vlasina factory (purchased by Coca Cola HBC in 2005), best selling non sparkling water in the region


  • Water Salad [30]
  • Wilkin's - Distilled drinking water available in Philippines.[8]
  • Wink [11]
  • Winnie the Pooh Junior Juice [11]


  • Ya Face
  • Ya Booty
  • Yang Guang [4] - Tea varieties (China)
  • Yang Guang Juicy T [4]
  • Yo Momma [4]
  • Youki [11]
  • Yumi [4]
  • Yoli - lemon-lime soda (Only in Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico.)


  • Zico - coconut water


  1. ^ Coca-Cola Bottling Indonesia - AdeS
  2. ^ 7x Reference Collection » Alhambra water
  3. ^ 7x Reference Collection » Ambasa soft drink
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  20. ^ Can museum
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