The New Coca-Cola Flavour Mixes Coke And Coffee

The New Coca-Cola Flavour Mixes Coke And Coffee
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When you think of Coca-Cola do you immediately think, wow, I’d love to have a coffee at the exact same time? Then, today, your dreams have come true. Coca-Cola has revealed ‘Coca-Cola Plus Coffee No Sugar’ and Australians will be the first in the world to taste it.

You read that correctly, Coca-Cola and coffee are together at last with the release of the hard-to-abbreviate Coca-Cola Plus Coffee No Sugar. This fusion of flavours with sugar has been floating around in Japan for a few weeks now, but Australians will be treated to a sugar free version. It begins rolling out to stores today.

This will be a limited edition flavour that will only be available over the summer. Coca-Cola describe it as a “fresh take on the delicious taste of Coca-Cola Classic” with the “unmistakable aroma of real coffee and some subtle caramel undertones”. According to Coca-Cola Australia, it actually contains less caffeine than you would find in your regular latte or flat white, but adds an extra 11mg compared to the Classic Coca-Cola. It’s designed to be drunk icy cold.

Stay tuned to Lifehacker in the coming days because we will get to tasting ‘CCPCNS’ and revealing just how great this strange new world, where soft drinks and coffee collide, truly is.

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Dear Lifehacker, I drink one can of Coke Zero each day and close to two litres of water. I drink the Coke for the caffeine as I do not like coffee. Could you supply some nutritional info on the differences between coffee and Coke Zero? The benefit for me is the caffeine.

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  • Coke’s new unified branding thing fell over quickly, didn’t it? They had the colours for the main varieties with the red circle on it (with full red for ‘regular’ coke), then they added the coloured bar to the full red for modifications to regular coke (vanilla, no sugar), and now they have ‘plus coffee, no sugar’ and they’ve given up entirely and just put this weird brown dripping gradient thing.
    I imagine a room full of designers, extremely proud of their work, throwing their hands up in frustration when this was announced.

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