Three Coca-Cola drinks you’ll never see again – and customers say it was the ‘greatest soda on the planet’

SODA drinkers are still missing three discontinued Coca-Cola products.

Products come and go as companies create exciting new flavors for their customers.

Diet Coke Lime was discontinued in 2018


Diet Coke Lime was discontinued in 2018Photo credit: Getty

Since 1886, Coca-Cola has been innovating with its interesting flavors and dominating the soda sector.

Over the years, the company grew into one of the biggest brands in the world and quickly became a household staple.

Countless flavors have been added over the years to stay competitive, but not all have worked, so they went with it.

While the majority of customers have given up on certain flavors, others are obsessed with them.

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The US Sun has compiled three popular Coca-Cola products that fans are still missing.

1. Diet Coke Lime

Coca-Cola went through a period when it added multiple flavors to its lineup.

The Diet-Cola Lime was awesome because Diet-Cola fans were already starting to put real limes in their cans.

However, the beverage giant quietly discontinued the flavor in 2018 due to low sales, it is said BuzzFeed.

While Twitter was in turmoil, the company tried yet again to flip.

During that time, Coca-Cola created millennial-friendly flavors like Twisted Mango, Zesty Blood Orange, Feisty Cherry, and Ginger Lime.

In addition, the flavors featured a more youthful packaging design.

However, the Ginger Lime flavor just didn’t taste the same as its predecessor.


The soda brand discontinued soda pop three years after it was produced


The soda brand discontinued soda pop three years after it was produced

Coca-Cola announced to the horror of fans around the world that production of its orange-vanilla lemonade has been discontinued.

The company produced full-fat Orange Vanilla Coke and a sugar-free version.

It launched back in February 2019 before the product was discontinued three years later.

It was also the first new flavor the company had launched in over a decade.

In response to a Twitter post, the soda brand said it was hired to “focus on flavors that show the greatest potential for growth and scale.”

Another Twitter user wrote: “Please bring Orange Vanilla Coke Zero back to Canada. It’s the best lemonade on the planet and the last time the world was happy was when I could buy cases of it…”

3. Okay, lemonade

OK Soda was a short lived product as the trend never caught on


OK Soda was a short lived product as the trend never caught on

OK was first introduced in the 90’s and never left the shelves.

The new drink was made with a unique can design and a mixed citrus flavor.

His ruse was that each soda can had different unsettling, sad faces, as Coca-Cola reportedly wanted to appeal to the younger Generation X population.

However, due to low sales and most likely a failed marketing campaign, the lemonade was phased out.


Coca-Cola began in 1886 and was invented by John S. Pemberton, a local pharmacist.

The very first lemonade was poured and served at Jacobs’ Pharmacy, which the company says sold nine drinks a day for its first year.

John invented the syrup for Coca-Cola and used carbonated water to create a “delicious and refreshing drink,” according to the soda giant.

Years later, the iconic bottle was created by two Chattanooga attorneys, Joseph Whitehead and Benjamin Thomas.

It wasn’t until the next century that the company became interested in new flavors in beverages like Cherry Coke, Diet Coke and many more.

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Pepsi has also confirmed that a fan-favorite soda has been permanently discontinued.

In addition, a large grocery store has stopped offering basic groceries.

Zack Zwiezen

Zack Zwiezen is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Zack Zwiezen joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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