Coca-Cola Releases a Coffee Soft Drink

It doesn’t smell like Coke or coffee.

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Coca-Cola has released Coca-Cola Coffee Plus, a drink with 50 percent more caffeine and 50 percent fewer calories. The coffee cola is a vending machine exclusive only available in Japan and comes in the form of extract powder.

According to Shin-Shouhin, it has an odd aroma, as it doesn’t smell like coffee or the iconic soda. It does, however, taste like Coke, until it goes down and you’re left with a coffee aftertaste. Coca-Cola Coffee Plus isn’t a first for the company, as it made a similar product in 2006 called Coca-Cola BlāK in Europe and the United States. Although, it only lasted for two years.

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