Coca-Cola is shaking things up a bit with their beverage by adding something a little different.
For the first time in 125 years the company is adding alcohol to the drink in their Japanese market, according to the NY Post.
The drink called Chu-Hi is drink that, “is made with distilled beverage called shochu and sparkling water, plus some flavoring,” explained Jorge Garduno the president of Coke in Japan.
Sticking between 3 and 8 percent alcohol by volume, the alcoholic soda is a popular drink around the world. However, Garduno see’s their drink as a , “modest experiment for a specific slice of our market.”
Definitely and interesting drink, would you ever give alcoholic Coca-Cola a try?
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(Source: NY Post)