Vault was a sweetened carbonated beverage launched by The Coca-Cola Company in June 2005 and sold until December 2011 was marketed.
Surge was pulled from shelves in 2002 after a new marketing effort failed and sales plummeted. A backlash against highly caffeinated drinks around this time – a few years before the energy drink breakthrough – may also have been a factor.
This list includes the world’s top discontinued soda brands including Orbitz, Crystal Pepsi, Josta, Jolt, Vault, Apple Slice, Coca Cola Black Cherry Vanilla, Life Savers, Snapple Tru Root Beer, Pepsi Blue and OK Soda < /b>.
The company decided to focus its energies on a beverage with a longer history and more brand awareness: Mello Yello (via Convenience Store News).
Created in 1866, Vernon’s Ginger Ale is the oldest lemonade in America. Vernor’s is located in Michigan and was founded by James Vernor. The unique flavor was accidentally created by leaving the lemonade wrapped in wood while he went to war.
Jolt Cola stopped updating its social media channels in March 2019; Shortly thereafter, Dollar General stopped selling the product.
Their Cola, Root Beer and Ginger Ale were also very popular in the ’70s. You can even watch a 70’s disco commercial for ginger ale here.
1950s: Diet-Rite Cola
It quickly became the best-selling diet soda and one of the best-selling ever, behind only Coca-Cola, Pepsi and 7-Up.
7Up was the product of 7 ingredients: sugar, carbonated water, essence of lemon and lime oils, citric acid, sodium citrate and lithium citrate. The “UP” part of the name referred to the lithium mood booster. The drinks were originally sold in 7 ounce bottles.
The vault is in a museum in Atlanta. The World of Coca Cola Museum opened to the public on May 24, 2007. There are many World of Coca Cola stores around the world, but only the one in Atlanta has a museum showing the full history of the company.
You’ll have to wait a little longer to taste test these cans though: the new drink won’t be available nationwide until January 2021, unless you’re a member of Coca-Cola’s Insider Club. Club members will receive a special flavor ahead of its release early next year.