Coca-Cola Coffee Is Coming To Australia

Coca-Cola Coffee Is Coming To Australia

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Japan got it first. And as of this week, Australians will finally get their hands on a popular form of cold caffeine: Coca-Cola’s coffee flavour.

As reported by Brian recently, Coca-Cola Plus Coffee launched in Japan as a vending machine exclusive. Over there, each can was 190mL with 34mg of caffeine, which is about the third of what most people would have in a regular cup.

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Australians are getting a slightly different version, however. From today, a limited run of Coca-Cola Plus Coffee No Sugar will be available. There’s 35mg of caffeine in every 250mL can, according to Coca-Cola, which probably helps if you’re drinking Coke because you really don’t like coffee.

Coca-Cola Plus Coffee No Sugar will only be available throughout summer, which hasn’t actually started yet. But hey, I’m not complaining. I could use less ice coffees, anyway. We’ll have some delivered to the office tomorrow, and we’ll taste test it live on Facebook, so tune in if you want to see Serrels gag live.

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