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|Type||Raspberry flavored Cola|
|Manufacturer||The Coca-Cola Company|
|Country of origin||New Zealand|
|Discontinued||End of 2005|
|Variants||Diet Raspberry Coke|
|Related products||Coca-Cola Cherry, Black Cherry Vanilla Coca-Cola|
Coca-Cola Raspberry is a Coca-Cola drink with a raspberry flavor that was sold in New Zealand on a trial basis. A Diet Coke Raspberry version was also sold. Both were first introduced on June 1, 2005 and had been discontinued by the end of the year. In the summer of 2017, the drink was brought back in New Zealand for a limited release. It was reintroduced as a summer flavour in Australia. In August of 2018 it also came as zero flavor in Finland and Norway.
Vending machine availability
Raspberry was the third flavor added to original Coke in New Zealand. The others are vanilla coke and cherry coke. Raspberry Coke was initially posted on US auction sites, with bottles selling in the $10 US dollar range. It is now generally no longer available and would be considered extremely rare and collectable. As of May 2008[update], remaining supplies have been exhausted and are not available for sale via online auctions or retail outlets. The only remaining place that Coca-Cola Raspberry can be found is in Coca-Cola Freestyle touch-screen soda fountains. It is also available in selected Burger King restaurants in the UK. Raspberry Coke is currently a popular flavor available in Australia through Summer 2017-2018 along with Coffee Coke and Ginger Coke.
- "Coca-Cola unveils its newest soft drink for summer". The New Zealand Herald. 26 October 2017.
- "Coca-Cola Raspberry Puts Coke And Raspberry Together At Last". Lifehacker Australia. 28 November 2017.
- The Introduction of Raspberry Coke - at the New Zealand Herald
- Coca Cola Freestyle in UK Burger King restaurants
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