Coca-cola Signature Mixers Serve Favourite Spirit with a Twist

This summer, the world’s most famous soft drink, Coca-Cola, embraced the dark side with the launch of its new range of Coca-Cola Signature Mixers. A global first for the brand, Coca-Cola enlisted some of the world’s most influential and inventive bartenders to create four new specially crafted Coca-Cola Signature Mixers that perfectly pair, enhance and elevate dark spirits and premium vodka. This Christmas, Coca Cola Signature Mixers are not only available in leading bars and restaurants across Ireland, but also in Dunnes Stores, Tesco and SuperValu. Serve your favourite spirit with a twist home, as each Coca Cola Signature Mixers pack includes one of each Signature Mixer flavour in a 200ml bottle.

The four specially crafted Coca-Cola Signature Mixers have been designed to be paired with any dark spirit or premium vodka. Whatever the spirit of choice this festive season; whiskey, rum, bourbon, vodka or tequila, there is a Signature Mixer that will surprise and delight! Some suggested pairings include:

  • Dark rum served with Coca-Cola Signature Mixer Smoky Notes and garnished with an orange peel
  • Whiskey served with Coca-Cola Signature Mixer Spicy Notes and garnished with a fresh slice of ginger
  • Vodka served with Coca-Cola Signature Mixer Herbal Notes and garnished with a basil tincture
  • Spiced Rum or Bourbon served with Coca-Cola Signature Mixer Woody Notes and garnished with a slice of apple

The Coca-Cola Signature Mixers bottles are inspired by the brand’s heritage and served in Hutchison glass bottle, a silhouette that pre-dates the iconic contour, and each batch is stamped with the signature of its co-creator; Max Venning, Bar Three and Three Sheets London who created Smoky Notes, Adriana Chía of Antigua Compañia De Las Indias in Barcelona and Pippa Guy of The American Bar at The Savoy in London who created Spicy Notes, Antonio Nevares of Barcelona’s Dr. Stravinsky who created Herbal Notes and Alex Lawrence, former head bartender of the Dandelyan at The Mondrian in London who created Woody Notes.


Follow the conversation on @cocacolasignaturemixers_ie Please enjoy responsibly.


Sean Mitchell

Author at Pynck

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