The company's performance managed to beat Wall Street estimates by a good margin, sending its shares up by as much as 3 percent.
Coca-Cola reported a 5 percent increase in revenues to US$8.02 billion, earning around US$0.48 per share.
Worldwide sales also helped improved Coca-Cola's Q1 revenue. The uncertainty over Brexit led to a surge in sales because of customers stockpiling the beverage before the United Kingdom leaves the European Union (EU).
In February, Coke triggered its worst sell-off in more than a decade after it forecast slower-than-expected revenue growth this year because of currency fluctuations and volatility in emerging markets.
FBN's Ashley Webster breaks down Coca-Cola's first-quarter results.
In a post-earnings call on April 23, the American beverage maker also gave a mention to brands such as Maaza, a mango-based beverage and Minute Maid juices as brands that have seen strong performance for the beverage maker in India. The company made another try in 2017 and launched Coca-Cola Plus Coffee in Australia, which was brought to Asia shortly for more tests, following the retooling of the formula and enhancement in coffee aroma.
Coca-Cola had first introduced its own-brand coffee Coca-Cola Blak, back in 2006, which it discontinued about two years later.
James Quincey, Coca-Cola CEO, says the launch of Costa RTD products over the coming months will likely be concentrated in the markets where Costa already has a significant presence.
'We remain confident in our full-year guidance as we continue to make progress on our transformation as a consumer-centric total beverage company, ' said Quincey.
The soft drinks giant said sales growth was primarily driven by stockpiling by bottlers, who significantly increased the size of their orders before the original Brexit deadline. Coca-Cola beat after consumer's higher purchase of its sports drinks, water, and Zero Sugar beverages.
"The bigger and smaller players are being very active - it's a vibrant industry that's growing", Quincey said in an interview.