Coke Energy

There was a new kind of Coke that quietly hit store shelves earlier in the month. Coke Energy!

There are four varieties; Coke Energy, Coke Energy Zero Sugar, Coke Energy Cherry and Coke Energy Cherry Zero Sugar. It's a Coke-energy-drink hybrid beverage that was available in international markets last year.
 
So what's different about Coke Energy? Coke Energy is made with guarana extracts and B-vitamins, has 114 mg of caffeine per 12-ounce serving. A 12-ounce can of regular Coke has about 34 mg of caffeine. But apparently the two products taste about the same.
 
Coca-Cola is going to be advertising for Coke Energy during the Super Bowl so everyone knows about it.

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