Arctic Coke machine – that turns cold bottled Coke drink to instant slushy. SUPER-CHILL BEVERAGE

Arctic Coke machine turns a bottle of Coca-Cola into a slushy in seconds. A shopper selects a 20-oz. bottle from the Arctic Coke cooler, which keeps the beverages at a temperature below freezing, and places it on a platform. The shopper then can push a button to have the machine vibrate the bottle, forming ice crystals in the drink within a second.

The machine holds 70 bottles, which are chilled to below 30 degrees Fahrenheit (compared to 45 degrees Fahrenheit in a traditional cooler).

Coca-Cola research and development has been working on the Arctic Coke project for decades, partnering with Supercooler Technologies. A team of NASA engineers with expertise in cryogenics developed the chilling and proprietary technologies which keep drinks on the verge of freezing and then create the slushing effect.

Supercooler Technologies – Technology company specializing in precision refrigeration and beverage supercooling. ​​From temperature to humidity, we dial in precise settings to keep your food tasting and looking the way it was meant to be. ​An experience that they call “Food in HD.”

“Coca-Cola R&D worked on Arctic Coke for months, in partnership with Supercooler Technologies Inc. of Orlando, Fla. The technology​ keeps drinks cold enough to be on the verge of freezing.”

“In June 2016, Coca-Cola started testing Arctic Coke coolers in a number of Speedway Convenience Stores in Indianapolis. The cooler works with Coca-Cola, of course, but it can turn any drink into a slushy treat. The test in Indianapolis features Coca-Cola, Sprite and POWERADE Mountain Blast.”
​”When you pull a bottle from the Arctic Coke cooler, it goes on a little platform that hides a device that, in simple terms, vibrates the bottle. With a press of a button, an invisible shiver goes through the drink, and ice crystals form in an instant.”