Daniel Morris’ love affair with Coca-Cola collectibles started with a Coke border on the walls of his childhood bedroom. Several thousand bottles later, his collection’s taken him all over the world, and even played a starring role in his wedding day.
We chatted to Daniel about his collection of glass Coca-Cola bottles, his unofficial second job as part of a worldwide network of Coke fans, and why he’s so proud to be part of the first official Coca-Cola
Simon Baybrooke-Gibbens is a self-confessed Coca-Cola geek. We caught up with him at the recent Coca-Cola Collectors Fair in London to ask him about his collection – and found out how Coca-Cola was a big part of his recent wedding…
Web designer Simon Baybrooke-Gibbens – Si to his friends – just got married in Alabama. But first he and his new bride Claire stopped off for a spot of shopping at the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, Georgia. They bought
Planes, trains and automobiles: that’s how I was able to meet artist Kate Brinkworth.
Last month, I was working in the London Coca-Cola office and had the opportunity to interview Kate in her home studio outside the city. Kate, who lives with her husband and newborn baby, was nice enough to invite me in with my camera to discuss her art featuring the Coca-Cola bottle.
First the flght from Atlanta to London, then a train ride to
During the summer, would-be sweltering university campuses and festivals across Southeast America had the chance to cool down with ice-cold Coca-Cola. And by ice cold, we mean literally ice cold, served up in contour Coca-Cola bottles made of actual ice!
In 2013, Coca-Cola Colombia first made a frozen splash with the innovative bottles, but this summer the concept made its way into the hands of American festivalgoers
I want to meet you at the Coca-Cola Great Britain Collectors Fair on Sunday 18th September!
Hey, I’m Justine Fletcher an archivist at The Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta, and I’ll be travelling to London and bringing some special items for door prizes. How about some limited-edition Marvel cans? Or 130th Anniversary Coca-Cola bottles from our event held in Atlanta this past May?
Come and set up as an exhibitor
Celebrating the launch of the new Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, the singer, songwriter and Coca-Cola fan Rita Ora joins us at our pop-up Taste Lounge in Central London.
Clouds of dry ice, giant bubbles popping and the sound of ice gently clinking in a glass. The Coca-Cola Zero Sugar Taste Lounge has been developed to tickle all the senses, but above all: taste. It’s the perfect place to savour your first experience of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar – the drink that’s
Coca-Cola has come in many shapes and sizes over the last 130 years. The can became available in 1960, and the iconic glass Contour Bottle’s been around since 1915. But which do you prefer? And why? We did a mini poll* at Coca-Cola GB HQ and this is what we found…
New Coca-Cola Zero Sugar has been specially created to taste even more like Coca-Cola Classic but without the sugar. But would you notice a difference in taste drinking from a can rather
We’ve been making Coca-Cola for 130 years, and it’s from that wealth of knowledge that we’ve devised the ‘perfect serve’. Find out how you might want to pour your Coca-Cola drink to literally taste the feeling.
Although Coca-Cola drinks taste great in any situation, the ritual of the perfect serve is multi-sensory. Whether you are drinking Coca-Cola Classic or the new and improved Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, embrace each of your 5 senses to fully maximise
If you'd like to showcase an impressive collection of Coca-Cola memorablia, or want to check out some rare Coke collectibles from around the world, then keep your calendar free for the Coca-Cola Collectors Fair in London.
On 18 September, from 11am to 5pm, we'll be hosting a special event for Coca-Cola collectors who like to buy, sell and trade vintage Coke bottles, cans and memorabilia at 1 Wimpole Street in London - just a stone's throw away
The 8th May 2016 marks 130 years since the first serving of Coca-Cola was sold at Jacobs’ Pharmacy in Downtown Atlanta in 1886. Take a look at our infographic showing the key milestones in our 130 year history.
Download our 130 Year infographic.