Coca Cola Font
What font is used in the Coca Col logo?
“Loki Cola” is the font used in the Coca Col logo. This font is designed by Utopia. You can use the font in your personal and commercial projects. Simply download it from the link below.
The Coca Cola logo font is a combination of the two ingredients of this carbonated drink, but only one font was used to represent it. This font has a nice style of product content and can be grouped into surf fonts. And because the characters are smooth, it’s a good choice for drink logo brands, water sports class flyers like swimming and surfing.
About Coca Cola
Coca Cola was invented in 1886 by a pharmacist named John Pemberton in Columbus, Georgia. It was initially marketed as a medicine and was formulated by chance after being mixed with carbonated water. The privilege of the brand and the formula of this drink, which few people are aware of, were bought by Asa Candler in 1889, and she set up Coca-Cola in 1892.
At that time carbonated drinks were popular among the people, so making a new carbonated beverage could have a good chance in the market, so Coca-Cola drinks were first made. At the time, cocaine and caffeine were the two main ingredients of this drink. Cocaine was obtained from Coca leaves and its caffeine was obtained from Kola seeds. The name of this drink, Coca-Cola, is derived from the combination of the two main ingredients, the letter ‘K’ in the word Kola being changed to ‘C’ for business purposes.