Have you noticed the Coca-Cola can in black and white on store shelves? As Coca-Cola Creations released its newest limited-edition flavour—a collaboration with GRAMMY-nominated artist Marshmello—you might want to look into the closest neighbourhood convenience stores and supermarkets.
The first beverage ever co-created by a brand and an artist, Marshmello’s Limited Edition Coca-Cola, evokes the sensation of blending top-charting tunes. The new beverage, which combines strawberry and watermelon flavours with the classic Coke taste, was introduced in the United States in July and will be made accessible in a few other countries.
The drink, which was initially scheduled to go on sale on August 15, astonished keen observers when it turned up in convenience stores and supermarkets as early as August 7. One of my friends posted it and mentioned they didn’t like the flavour. Because he knew how much I enjoy Coca-Cola, he immediately asked me to try it. But I only found it today in a 7-Eleven (Php 44), which prompts me to say this.
Drink it ice-cold!
Everyone knows Coke is simply not intended for room temperature consumption. Even drinking it cold is insufficient. You must pour the beverage over an ice-filled glass whether it is in a bottle or can. Whatever the flavour, a nice, refreshing sip of Coca-Cola is sure to chill you off, especially in the heat of the summer.
If you want to enjoy the surprising flavours of strawberry and watermelon with the same fantastic Coca-Cola taste, you should drink Marshmello’s Limited Edition Coca-Cola this way. It is delightful and ideal for our tropical climate. But please don’t consume it every day. 😉
Also, Marshmello’s Limited Edition Coca-Cola Regular and Marshmello’s Limited Edition Coca-Cola Zero Sugar are the two types available. However, only the latter is available in the Philippines as well as in other countries like Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand.
Moreover, the side of the can have a QR code that may be scanned. This will take you to the Coca-Cola Creations hub, where you can create a special work of digital art while enjoying Marshmello’s brand-new song, “Numb.”