Customers can expect to see new packaging for the Cherry and Vanilla flavors, too, for a "bit of a facelift".
Say hello to Orange Vanilla, which a press release tells us is the first new iteration on that classic Coke flavor in over a decade.
The beverage company chose to add to and revamp its flavor offerings - Cherry Coke, Cherry Coke Zero, Vanilla Coke and Vanilla Coke Zero - after the successful launch of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar a year ago, Carpenter said. "We knew we had an opportunity to give fans the variety they crave without sacrificing the Coca-Cola taste they love". The new flavor will also come in a Zero Sugar version.
"What we realized is that we had a diamond in the rough when we looked at our flavors portfolio", said Kate Carpenter, brand director of Coca-Cola.
"We wanted to bring back positive memories of carefree summer days", Carpenter explained. 12-oz sleek cans of Orange Vanilla Coke and Orange Vanilla Coke Zero Sugar will be available for a limited time from March through May 2019.
Irrational exuberance aside, one does perhaps wonder why now and why Orange Vanilla?
Coca-Cola has experimented with a lot of flavors for Diet Coke, the zero-calorie offshoot of its core drink. It's meant as a complementary beverage to boost sales (and claim more shelf space from rival Pepsi).