SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (CNN) — Starting next week, cherry vanilla Coca-Cola — along with a zero sugar version — will be available for purchase in cans and bottles.
The flavor was inspired by man customers who mix cherry and vanilla coke at the company’s freestyle soda fountains.
Coca-Cola has about 51,000 freestyle machines and all of them are connected on a single digital platform.
The company gets regular updates from the machines and uses that information to highlight popular flavors on different screens.
According to Coca-Cola’s data, cherry vanilla coke is the most popular hybrid drink.