Coca-Cola Is Reportedly Bringing Its Own Energy Drink To The US

Coca-Cola has made the announcement that their official energy drink, Coke Energy, will officially be coming to US stores next year.

By NathanG on October 2, 2019
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Coca-Cola has announced that it will be bringing its own brand of energy drink to the US next year.

According to Delish, the new Coke drink will be called Coca-Cola Energy. Although this will mark its first appearance in the United States, Coke Energy has already been available in 25 other countries. The specialty drink will reportedly still keep the classic Coke taste, but will contain 114 mg of caffeine per can. For comparison, a normal 12-ounce can contains 35mg of caffeine. Regular Coke and Coke Zero flavors already exist, with Cherry Coke flavors or both offerings also coming to the US.

This move from Coca-Cola is reportedly a part of the company’s plan to expand its beverage options in the US. So far, reviews for the drinks have been relatively positive, with many users describing it as just Coke with more caffeine.

Will you be trying this drink when it comes to US stores?

To read more about the Coke drink, click here.

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