The store houses a range of Coca-Cola branded merchandise including clothing, collectibles, shoes and a bar selling variations of the famous soda.
The store also carries a range of other Coca-Cola branded merchandise, including hoodies, sweatpants and caps.
This pair of Coca-Cola themed trainers cost £195 ($241), a store employee told Insider…
…while this Coca-Cola embossed varsity jacket is priced at £98 ($121).
The pop-up store also offers a range of limited-edition “Intergalactic” clothing. The space-themed line also extends to Coca-Cola beverages and is inspired by the soda’s first journey into space.
Coca-Cola was the first soda to be consumed in space. According to the Coca-Cola website, astronauts on the space shuttle Challenger took a “space box” with them on a mission in 1985.
Clothing from Coca-Cola’s collaboration with the Lee jeans brand is also present in the store. According to a worker, Lee made the original Coca-Cola bottlers’ uniforms. The striped jacket is a replica of that uniform, they added.
The store also features floor-to-ceiling shelves filled with collectible Coca-Cola bottles…
… as well as glasses in the shape of Coke bottles and tin cans.
There is also a station where you can customize your own can of coke.
The best part of the store is the “drink bar”, located at the back of the outlet. This made the store feel less like a pop-up and more like a permanent store.
… including limited edition mocktails around a particular event. This month’s “Winner’s Circle” drink is inspired by the FA Cup, an annual football competition currently taking place in England.
The bar also offered toppings to the drinks on tap, including a citrus “Bubble Blaster” that evaporated on top of my drink.
The store is a temporary facility and is expected to remain open until September.