You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

Coca-Cola With Coffee Has Officially Launched in Stores to Kick Up the Caffeine

Bestproducts.com logo Bestproducts.com 1/25/2021 Caitlyn Fitzpatrick
text, calendar: Coca-Cola with Coffee has been released in stores on Jan. 25 in Dark Blend, Vanilla, and Caramel flavors. The 12-ounce cans pack in 70 calories and contain 69 milligrams of caffeine. © Coca-Cola Coca-Cola with Coffee has been released in stores on Jan. 25 in Dark Blend, Vanilla, and Caramel flavors. The 12-ounce cans pack in 70 calories and contain 69 milligrams of caffeine.

UPDATED: Jan. 25, 2021 at 11:19 a.m.

Over a year ago, talk of Coca-Cola with Coffee first began circulating. The time has finally come to crack open a can for yourself to get the soda-coffee combination that is sure to be a caffeine boost like no other.

Coca-Cola with Coffee has made its official debut today, Jan. 25. The beverage is in what’s called the“refreshment coffee” category and“sips like a Coke and finishes like a coffee.” It comes in three flavors, Dark Blend>>>P, Vanilla>>>P, and Caramel>>>P. The Dark Blend and Vanilla also come in zero-sugar versions>>>P. All of the flavors come in 12-ounce cans with 69 milligrams of caffeine.

Although this is a new drink in the United States, it’s actually the 50th market to launch Coca-Cola with Coffee. It was piloted in Japan in 2018, and each country afterwards, including the U.S., has tailored the recipe and packaging to fit local tastes.

“Coca-Cola with Coffee is a true hybrid innovation that provides the perfect solution for that mid-afternoon pick-me-up we all want, especially in today’s work-from-home environment. We’re fulfilling this need state and occasion in a uniquely Coca-Cola way,” Brandan Strickland, brand director, Coca-Cola Trademark, said in a press release>>>P.

You can find the cans at Walmart for around $2 each. Is it time for that afternoon pick-me-up yet?

UPDATED: July 31, 2020 at 9 a.m.

It’s been over 6 months since we heard about Coca-Cola with Coffee might be a real thing, but now it’s confirmed. Coca-Cola is officially releasing a new drink that is infused with coffee flavor, a PR rep confirmed to Best Products.

You will be able to get Coca-Cola with Coffee beginning in January 2021. It will come in three signature flavors: Dark Blend, Vanilla, and Caramel. Each can has 70 calories and includes 69 milligrams of caffeine (a typical 12-ounce can of Coca-Cola has 34 milligrams), so you’ll certainly get a kick from the beverage.

The Coca-Cola with Coffee Dark Blend and Vanilla will be available in 12-ounce singles and 12-ounce four-packs. However, the Coca-Cola with Coffee Caramel will only be offered in 12-ounce single cans. This just might be the perfect drink for those afternoon pick-me-ups.

ORIGINAL STORY: Jan. 14, 2020 at 10:26 a.m.

Coca-Cola is making it socially acceptable to crack open a can of soda first thing in the morning. The brand is launching a line of soda with coffee drinks, according to Instagram account @candyhunting>>>P.

As indicated in the picture, the soda-coffee hybrid canned beverage is expected to come in Dark Blend, Vanilla, and Caramel flavors. The 12-ounce cans pack in 70 calories and (hopefully) a real kick of caffeine.

This isn’t the first time Coca-Cola has gone the coffee route. Coca-Cola BlāK, a coffee-flavored soda, debuted in 2006 and it was pulled from shelves 2 years later. Nancy Quan, chief technical officer at Coca-Cola, told CNN Business that it was poor timing, with it being a trend before its time. Similar products have hit international markets over the past few years, so it looks like the company is taking another stab at it with Coca-Cola with Coffee in the United States.

The Coca-Cola with Coffee news comes off the heels of Pepsi announcing the launch of Pepsi Café>>>P, which is also slated to hit shelves in April 2020. However, it only comes in regular and vanilla flavors, so Coca-Cola might have a leg up with caramel lovers.

Pepsi is sweeter than Coke>>>P, so it’ll be interesting to see if either brand alters the sugar profile to work with the coffee. We sense a taste test coming!

Read More:

Here’s Where You Can Get Mountain Dew’s Violet Flavor

Dr Pepper & Cream Soda Is Expected to Hit Shelves Soon

You Can Now Get Pepsi in Three Fruity Flavors — Including Mango

Follow BestProducts.com on Facebook>>>P, Instagram>>>P, Twitter>>>P, and Pinterest>>>P!

AdChoices
AdChoices

More from Bestproducts.com

Bestproducts.com
Bestproducts.com
image beaconimage beaconimage beacon