The two holiday flavors will stick around until the end of the year — or while supplies last.

By Mike Pomranz
August 14, 2019

The holiday season is a natural occasion to indulge in sweet treats, and this year, the Coca-Cola Company will be offering new ways for two of its best-known brands to join in on the festivities. Arriving this fall, soda fans can keep their eyes out for Coca-Cola Cinnamon and Sprite Winter Spiced Cranberry.

Image courtesy of The Coca Cola Company.

Coca-Cola Cinnamon, a flavor that has previously been offered in the U.K. but will be new to the U.S. this year, and Sprite Winter Spiced Cranberry, which is billed as a "limited edition" offering that is completely new, will land on store shelves starting September 30 and stick around until December 31 or while supplies last, a Coca-Cola spokesperson confirmed to us by email.

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Rumors of both products' impending release began swirling yesterday when the always reliable Instagram account CandyHunting wrote that Cinnamon Coca-Cola had been "confirmed" and that Sprite Winter Spiced Cranberry would also be "out for the holiday season." Unfortunately, beyond the specific release dates, Coca-Cola wasn't able to provide us with any additional details at this time, but said that info would be "coming soon."

Ostensibly, the version of Coca-Cola Cinnamon set to be released in the U.S. will be similar to the version released across the pond last year — though the British version was a Coke Zero variety whereas the imagery for the American version is regular Coke. At the time of its 2018 British release, Coca-Cola Great Britain simply described the new soda as "bursting full of warming flavours." (Note the very British extra "u.")

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Meanwhile, though Sprite Winter Spiced Cranberry may be new, Sprite Cranberry has been around since 2013 and has proven to be extremely popular. Coca-Cola says sales of the drink doubled from 2013 to 2017, and the soda even inspired its own meme courtesy of a LeBron James commercial. No word on if the Laker will be involved in any meme-worthy promotion of the new Sprite variety. We can only hope.

This story originally appeared on FoodandWine.com.

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