Introduced in Atlanta, Georgia by pharmacist John S. Pemberton in 1886.
January 2015-August 2017 EditFor the first time since the 1960s, the Coca-Cola name is written horizantally. Plus, the dynamic ribbon is reverted back to its original, thicker appearance from 1969.
April-September 2016 (summer) EditThird year of the Share a Coke campaign. Cans and bottles now read "Share a Coke and a Song" followed by one of the several song lyrics listed below:
October-December 2016 (winter) Edit
April-August 2017 (summer) Edit
Fourth year of the Share a Coke campaign. 20 oz bottles read "Share an Ice Cold Coke", while 12 oz cans and 2-liter bottles have a freezing contour bottle saying "Tastes Great Ice Cold"
August 2017-present Edit
Following Coke Zero's name changing to Coke Zero Sugar, the Coca-Cola name is centered and "Original Taste" accompanies it.
12-pack boxes of Original Taste Coke still have the dynamic ribbon device.