After the announcement that Coca-Cola would be releasing its first alcoholic beverage in a Japan-exclusive launch, the iconic soft drink brand is now taking some classic American flavors stateside.

Due to its history – Coke was created by Georgia pharmacist Dr. John Pemberton over 130 years ago – the company recently released a Georgia Peach flavored soda. In addition, a California Raspberry flavored drink was also rolled out.

The drinks will be sold in specially designed Coca-Cola 12-ounce contour glass bottles and tap into what are considered to be traditional American flavors.

Both the Georgia Peach and California Raspberry flavored beverages are now available at retailers nationwide.

Which flavor will you be trying? Let us know in the comments.

In related news, Coca-Cola Coffee actually was a thing in Japan for a while. Read up on that here.

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