Africa Day: Coca-Cola releases new African-inspired flavour

Coca-Cola® Wozzaah pays tribute to Africa and its diverse culture. Uncle Waffles will host a live interactive event in Johannesburg.

Coca-Cola is dropping its newest Coca-Cola® Creation, Coca-Cola® Wozzaah, a symphony of flavours inspired by the blend of African culture.

Coca-Cola® Wozzaah is crafted to embody the pulsating rhythm and dynamic energy of Africa. Its refreshing taste, remixed with vibrant, tropical flavours inspired by Africa, is a delight for fans.

The new flavour pays tribute to the continent’s energy, bringing fans a series of exhilarating physical and digital experiences that ignite a cultural renaissance that resonates with fans worldwide.

The flavour is also celebrating Africa Day which commemorates the creation of the Organization of African Unity now known as the African Union.

Coca-Cola is partnering with global music sensation Uncle Waffles to bring Coca-Cola® Wozzaah to life.

Uncle Waffles will perform at a pop-up concert in Johannesburg, followed by the unveiling of Coca-Cola® Wozzaah.

The interactive online experience by Coca-Cola® Creations hosted by Uncle Waffles will feature audiovisual elements inspired by distinct spaces within South Africa, Morocco, Algeria, and Nigeria.

Coca-Cola® is also collaborating with Nigeria’s first skateboarding company, WAFFLESNCREAM (waf.) to create exclusive merchandise in select markets.

This latest Coca-Cola® Creation celebrates the vibrancy and influence of Africa, creating ‘Real Magic’ for fans through cultural connections.

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