Tasha Tries: Coca Cola with Coffee
I like Coca-Cola. I like coffee (usually an iced flavored latte). Will I like Coca-Cola with Coffee?
The Coke menagerie of products recently added Coca Cola with Coffee in three flavors: Caramel, Dark Blend, and Vanilla. The Dark Blend and Vanilla also come in a zero sugar option.
I opted to try the zero sugar Vanilla.
In the video, I make an unpleasant face at first, but I think I was just very quick to judge.
Immediately you taste something familiar, Coke. Then the coffee hits and it almost surprised me. Then the smooth finish of the vanilla.
This definitely has coffee in it. This isn't just a touch of coffee. You can definitely taste it.
The caffeine content according to the can is 69 mg per 12 fluid ounces. The average caffeine in a can of regular Coke is 34 mg and Diet Coke is 46 mg. However, a regular cup of coffee usually has around 240 mg.
Coca-Cola with Coffee packs more of a caffeine punch than a can of Coke, but if you're used to that burst of caffeine from your regular cup of joe, then this might not cut it for you. But, it tastes pretty good.
This isn't the first time Coke has coupled with coffee. Remember Coca Cola Blak? It made its debut in 2006 and was discontinued in 2008. I'll be honest, I don't think I ever tried that concoction, but I don't hate this new one!
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