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30 Best Coca-Cola Flavors

There are dozens of Coca-Cola flavors on the market, especially if you’re outside the U.S.

And that just includes Coca-Cola flavors with the brand name.

Different flavors of Coca Cola in can and bottle.

The list gets even longer if you include all the products marketed under different names. (Dasani, Fanta, Powerade, etc.) As of the last count, Coca-Cola has sold over 3,500 different products

This list only features the flavors of Coca-Cola that use the Coca-Cola name.

I’ve narrowed it down to the 30 most popular Coca-Cola flavors. Try one, or try them all!

Coca-Cola Flavors

The following list will cover all the mainstays of Coke products: Coke Classic, Diet Coke, etc. 

You’ll probably recognize many of the flavors. However, there may be a few you haven’t tried. 

If you’re a Coca-Cola lover, track them down and try them yourself. You won’t love them all, but it’s fun to do a taste test!

Coca Cola in Can and Iced Glass

1. Coca-Cola Classic 

Coca-Cola Classic, also known simply as Coke, is, well, a classic! It comes in the iconic red can with white letters and is good, old-fashioned, delicious Coke. 

It’s been a beloved favorite of many people for generations.

Cold Coca-Cola Zero Sugar in Can

2. Coca-Cola Zero Sugar

The Zero Sugar line takes some of the most famous Coke products and removes the sugar. 

There are several varieties, including: 

  • Coke (Classic) Zero Sugar
  • Caffeine-Free Coke Zero Sugar
  • Coca-Cola Cherry Zero Sugar
  • Coca-Cola Cherry Vanilla Zero Sugar
  • Coca-Cola Peach Zero Sugar

Coke markets the line as having “more real Coca-Cola® flavor, still without any sugar.”

Diet Coke in Can and Bottle

3. Diet Coke

Diet Coke is a staple of the Coca-Cola line. And like the Zero Sugar line, there are plenty of varieties of Diet Coke. (Diet Coke, Caffeine-Free Diet Coke, Diet Coke Mango, etc.) 

It’s a popular choice for those seeking a lower-calorie, no-sugar soft drink. 

Coca-Cola Light in Can

4. Coca-Cola Light 

Coca-Cola Light uses the same recipe as Diet Coke.

However, in certain parts of the world, namely, the Middle East, t’s marketed under this name instead. 

Cold Coca Cola Cherry in Can

5. Coca-Cola Cherry

Fondly referred to as Cherry Coke, Coca-Cola Cherry is a favorite among many. It often rates number one on lists of Coca-Cola products ranked by taste. 

It has a crisp, invigorating cherry flavor that’s slightly sugary but not overly sweet. The fruity taste delivers a wallop of flavor without leaving an artificial aftertaste. 

Coca-Cola Vanilla in Cans

6. Coca-Cola Vanilla

Another popular favorite is Coca-Cola Vanilla or Vanilla Coke. It first appeared in Coke’s lineup in 2002 but was discontinued for a few years. 

It finally became a Coke staple in 2007 and has been going strong ever since. It’s Coke but with a creamy vanilla finish, making it super sweet. 

Coca-Cola Cherry Vanilla

7. Coca-Cola Cherry Vanilla

As you can probably guess from the name, this Coke combines the two popular flavors above.

It’s sweet, fruity, creamy, and delicious. You get hints of both cherry and vanilla flavor in every sip. 

 Coca-Cola Georgia Peach

8. Coca-Cola Georgia Peach

This sweet, peachy flavor entered the scene in 2019 as part of Coke’s “local, artisan” line. It was a big hit in the South and has slowly gained popularity in other areas. 

It’s a lusciously sweet drink, and some of its detractors claim it tastes more like dessert than a drink. But if warm peach pie is your thing, you’ll probably enjoy it. 

Coca-Cola California Raspberry

9. Coca-Cola California Raspberry

Not to be confused with Coca-Cola Raspberry, this is another artisanal, local product. It premiered in California and has a bright, almost tangy raspberry taste. 

While popular locally, it has yet to gain the widespread fame of Georgia Peach. 

Coca-Cola Orange Vanilla in Cans

10. Coca-Cola Orange Vanilla 

This creamy, dreamy Coke flavor is like a Vanilla Coke mixed with an orange Creamsicle. It’s sweet and citrusy. 

Unfortunately, it’s hard to find in the US. You can occasionally locate a can at a gas station or rest stop, but finding a whole pack is nearly impossible. 

Coca-Cola Dreamworld

11. Coca-Cola Dreamworld

Sold in a pastel-colored aqua-blue can, Coca-Cola Dreamworld is an experience. Out of the can, it looks like regular Coke but has a distinctive smell. 

The aroma is sweet, sugary, and candy-like, almost like Skittles. It tastes almost like Coke studded with marshmallows, with a citrusy finish. 

It’s one of the hardest Coke flavors to describe, but it’s absolutely delicious.

Coca Coal Ginger

12. Coca-Cola Ginger

Fans of ginger ale and ginger beer will appreciate Coca-Cola Ginger. (Assuming they can find it, which is nearly impossible now.) 

It was released in New Zealand and Australia in 2016 but wasn’t a huge hit. It was discontinued shortly after. Like most ginger-based drinks, it was spicy and zingy. 

And while those flavors play well in light drinks like Sprite or Canada Dry, they don’t work as well in dark colas. 

Coca Cola Lime in Can

13. Coca-Cola Lime

No longer available in the U.S., Lime Coke still hits the shelves in Russia, Canada, and other countries. It’s a relatively mild Coke flavor with only the barest hint of lime. 

Mostly, it tastes like regular Coke with a slight dash of tartness. 

Coca-Cola Plus Coffee in Can

14. Coca-Cola Plus Coffee

I have no proof of this, but I like to speculate. And I suspect that this flavor came from the mind of a Coke employee with a severe caffeine addiction. 

After all, what would make caffeine-infused Coke even better than more caffeine?! (Double the amount of a regular can of Coke, in fact.)

Someone described it to me as a “fizzy cold brew, and that’s pretty accurate. You can find Coca-Cola Plus Coffee in a few different flavors, including: 

  • Vanilla
  • Mocha
  • Dark Blend
Three Bottle of Coca-Cola Caffeine Free

15. Coca-Cola Caffeine Free

Coca-Cola Caffeine Free is your favorite Classic Coke, only without the caffeine. It tastes similar to a traditional Coke, but in some ways, it’s flatter. 

And, of course, it won’t give you the same nice kick as a Classic Coke.

Bottle of Coca Cola Clear

16. Coca-Cola Clear

Coca-Cola Clear has been around since 2018, but it’s still hard to find outside Asia. As the name implies, it’s a translucent drink.

It contains no caramel flavoring and has a bright, citrusy lemon flavor. Some people compare it to Crystal Pepsi. Others consider it a tarter Sprite without the lime.

Either way, it’s a far cry from most Coke products.

17. Coca-Cola Raspberry

This Coca-Cola flavor is hard to find in the U.S. (This is perhaps why Coke launched the California Raspberry flavor in 2018.) 

It was popular in New Zealand (where it first launched) and in the UK several years later. It has a tart and tangy raspberry taste and is a bit too sugary for my preferences. 

As of 2019, there’s also a Diet Raspberry Coke.

Coca Cola Cinnamon in Can

18. Coca-Cola Cinnamon

A bottle of Coca-Cola Cinnamon looks almost the same as a bottle of Classic Coke. It features the same red label and curly white logo. 

The only differences are the two cinnamon sticks and the word “cinnamon” in small letters at the top. It usually comes out at Christmas, and Coke markets it as “the most festive flavor of the season!” 

It tastes like Classic Coke but with a sweetly spiced cinnamon finish. 

Coca Cola Plus in Can

19. Coca-Cola Plus

The Plus in this Coca-Cola Plus isn’t coffee. It’s Dextrin, which adds fiber to the drink and supposedly aids in weight loss.

Released in Japan in 2017, the drink had a thicker consistency than most Coke products. It also had a somewhat grainy mouthfeel. Its taste, though, was similar to a regular Coke. 

Coca-Cola Life in Can

20. Coca-Cola Life

Sold in a bottle with a bright green label, Coca-Cola Life features Stevia as the sweetener.

It’s like Diet Coke, but Stevia replaces the aspartame. 

21. Coca-Cola Mango

Coca-Cola Mango isn’t among my favorite flavors. But it’s pretty popular in certain circles. To me, it’s too artificial and far too sweet.

It’s sugary, syrupy, and tastes more like an artificial sweetener than real mango. Still, if you like fruity and sugary Coke products, you might appreciate it. 

22. Coca-Cola Light Sango

This French Coke product is worth trying if you can get your hands on it. It’s similar to Orange Coke. However, it’s infused with the flavor of blood oranges. 

That’s actually where it gets its name. I guess the Powers That Be thought the more ambiguous “Sango” sounded better than “Blood.” (Sang is the French word for blood.) 

Coca-Cola Starlight

23. Coca-Cola Starlight

This limited-edition Coke product comes packaged with a sparkly galaxy across the can. Coke describes it as a “space-flavored Coca-Cola taste with a subtle cooling sensation.” 

In reality, it tastes like Classic Coke but with a somewhat crisper bite.  

Coca-Cola Orange No Sugar in Can

24. Coca-Cola Orange No Sugar

I don’t like Coca-Cola Orange (or its no sugar variety) as much as the Vanilla Orange Coke. As I mentioned, Vanilla Orange Coke has a sweet Creamsicle-like flavor. 

Coca-Cola Orange just tastes like Coke mixed with tart orange juice. And the no sugar version is even tarter. It’s not one of my favorite flavors, but it continues to be popular with others. 

25. Coca-Cola Citra

Unless you’re an avid collector of Coke products, you may never have tried Coca-Cola Citra.

Primarily sold in Japan, it’s light, bright, and full of bittersweet grapefruit flavor. 

26. Coca-Cola Plus Catechin

Coca-Cola Plus Catechin is another Japanese Coke product. Coke markets it as a health-conscious alternative to regular Coke. 

They infuse the drink with catechins, the same antioxidants in green tea. Flavorwise, it tastes similar to a Caffeine-Free Diet Coke. 

Bottle of Coca-Cola Apple

27. Coca-Cola Apple

Sold in a lovely bottle with red and gold packaging, Coca-Cola Apple is a beloved Coke flavor in Japan. Actually, it’s a beloved Coke flavor everywhere, but it’s hard to get in most places. 

It has a crisp, sweetly tart flavor combining Classic Coke and juicy apples. 

Coca-Cola Strawberry on a Rack Displayed for Selling

28. Coca-Cola Strawberry 

Originally released in Japan, Coca-Cola Strawberry quickly made its way to the States. Of all the Coke products, this one tastes most like what its name implies it is. 

It’s like Coca-Cola Classic got infused with fresh strawberries from the field. It’s sweet, refreshing, and delightfully fruity. 

Authentic Mexican Coke

29. Mexican Coke

If you love super sugary drinks, Mexican Coke is one of the best you’ll ever try. It premiered in the 1920s with one big draw that set it apart from other Coke products. 

It’s made with real sugar instead of the more popular high-fructose corn syrup. 

It’s prevalent throughout Mexico, but you can occasionally find it in the U.S. You can easily identify it by its packaging, which is always an old-school glass Coke bottle. 

Coca-Cola Move

30. Coca-Cola Move

Coca-Cola Move is one of the flavors from Coke’s Creations line. It was a collaboration between Coca-Cola and Spanish singer Rosalía. 

It’s one of the more complex Coke flavors, with notes of coffee, vanilla, strawberry, and more. It’s bittersweet, and you’ll notice a hint of spice occasionally. 

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NaTaya Hastings
NaTaya Hastings is a food and recipe writer for Insanely Good Recipes. She’s an educator, boy mom, dog mom, and whatever-stray-enters-the-yard mom. As a result, she's constantly cooking for both humans and animals.

Luckily, she enjoys it!

Though born, raised, and still living in Alabama, her specialty is NOT down-home Southern cooking. Instead, she loves to experiment with Asian, Mexican, Italian, and other ethnic cuisines. She has two mottos when it comes to cooking. “The more spice, the better!” and “There’s no such thing as too much garlic!”

She’s also pretty good with desserts. Especially the easy, no-bake ones.

Her favorite things are cuddling with her four giant dogs, traveling, reading, writing, and hanging out in nature. She’s also pretty excellent at Dominoes.

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