Georgia Coffee Vending Machine spotted in Hong Kong.
History of Georgia Coffee
Georgia Coffee is the name of a popular brand of coffee drinks sold by The Coca-Cola Company. The brand is named after Coca-Cola’s home state of Georgia. It was launched in 1975 by Coca-Cola (Japan) Company, a Japanese subsidiary of the company. It has since expanded to markets in Singapore, South Korea, India, Bahrain, and the United States of America. Georgia enjoys the most success in Japan, where it is the highest-grossing coffee beverage. Georgia coffee was introduced in the United States in 2009, where it is almost exclusively sold in Asian grocery stores.