What would make drinking a Coca-Cola even more refreshing on a hot summer day? How about drinking it from a bottle made entirely out of ice?
The soda company has unveiled their latest innovation of serving the drink in frozen ice bottles, but sadly for those of us in the states, they’re currently only available at a few beachside vendors in Columbia, reports Time.
Coke’s official website writes that the bottles are “true to their glass counterparts, keeping with Coca-Cola’s uniquely shaped contour bottle that includes the iconic Spencerian script lettering etched in ice.”
Each bottle is wrapped in a red rubber band with the drink’s signature logo, which also doubles as a bracelet when the bottle simply just melts away. The bottles also promise the refreshing drink will be “Fria hasta la ultima gota” or “Cold to the last drop.”
The drink has been selling an average of 265 bottles per hour on the beachside vendors in Columbia, but no word yet if these ice bottles will be made available any where else in the future.