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Coca-Cola Launches Coke With Brazilian Coffee

by Genesis Tan / Feb 03, 2021 04:23 AM EST
Coca-Cola with coffee

"Coke with coffee" is now available in the United States after it was launched a few weeks ago. It comes in three flavors, including vanilla, caramel, and dark blend. It also has a Coke Zero version without the sugar or calories

It is also made with Brazilian coffee. 

"Many people are torn between having a coffee or a soda in the afternoon, at work, school or when they are traveling," Brandan Strickland, Coca-Cola director, said in a press release.

Each 12 ounce has 69 milligrams of caffeine, which is just half of what is in your cup of coffee, but far more than what is in your regular Coke can. 

Coffee has various benefits for your health. These include boosting your energy, improving the person's cognitive function, helping in burning fat, making it a perfect beverage for weight loss, promoting physical performance, and more. 

The beverage also helps lower Type 2 diabetes, lowers your risk of Alzheimer's disease or dementia, prevents Parkinson's disease, and protects the liver by giving the body the essential nutrients. 

Brazilian coffee, meanwhile, is unlike any other coffee worldwide. The South American country is the world's leading grower, producer, and exporter of coffee beans, characterized by their mellow flavor, making way for the beverage to be a very typical dark roast. Approximately one-third of the world's coffee is cultivated in Brazil. 

If you have not tasted Brazilian coffee yet, this is your time. Many high-quality Brazilian blends of espresso are made from either Brazil Cerrado or Bourbon Santos due to the capability of these Brazilian coffees to take dark roasts without getting bitter in the taste. Brazilian coffee beans are known for their balanced, mild flavor. 

For the netizens, they are predicting the "Coke with coffee" will be one of Coca-Cola's "biggest success stories," saying that the "drink is fantastic."

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