• Do people have to be white and colas black?
  • What do you call a pale cola?
    “Cola”, you racist.
  • Skin-colored cola?
    Just wait till you see our gay cola.
  • Got a problem with me?
    Is it ’cause I ain’t black?
  • Something’s wrong with this cola.
    That’s right, nothing.
  • Cola has always come in skin colors.
    Just not in yours.

They look different on the outside but are all the same on the inside. That’s true of people all over the world—and now of cola, too. Or at least ALI COLA, the first cola that comes in different skin colors. Call it a cola in aid of greater tolerance. #cheerstotolerance

order via Urban-Drinks.de throughout Europe
via Urban-Drinks.de throughout Europe
Caffeinated soda Ingredients: natural mineral water, sugar, carbonic acid, natural flavoring, acidifier: phosphoric acid, flavoring: caffeine, coloring: sulfite ammonia caramel, stabilizers (gum arabic and glycerol ester of wood rosin). Average nutritional values per 100 ml: Energy: 41 kcal/173 kJ; carbohydrate: 10.2 g; of which sugars: 10.2 g. Contains negligible amounts of fat, saturated fatty acids, protein, and salt.

ALI COLA was started by German politician Thilo Sarrazin. At least, unintentionally. When Sarrazin claimed that intelligence is inherited and that blacks are less intelligent than whites, we simply had to create ALI COLA in protest.

Kiron also has a taste for tolerance. Thanks to online courses and partner universities, the NGO has found a way to cut red tape and help refugees earn qualifications. We support this cause with every ALI COLA sold. Which means you do, too. Cheers to that.