Since 1886, Coca-Cola has been delighting people around the world with its undeniably addicting fizzy taste.
The company has gone through several changes in the past century, from re-branding to new flavors and everything in between, and the customers can't stop coming back for more.
Despite the steep competition from Pepsi and various no-name brands, Coke always comes out on top, but it's not without a significant amount of effort.
Despite the saying, if it's not broke don't fix it, the soft drink company hasn't stopped experimenting - and neither do consumers.
Coke products are often used as a chaser mixed in alcohol (rum and coke, vodka sprite, etc.), but the company has decided to cut out the middle man and do it all on their own.
What am I talking about? Well, Cola-Cola has announced it will soon begin to manufacture its own alcoholic beverage.
But before you wrap your head around it, be warned it comes with a catch.