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Coke abuzz over coffee-cola drink
Coca-Cola Blak, which will debut in January, is a mix of Coca-Cola and real coffee.
December 7, 2005: 2:08 PM EST

NEW YORK ( - Coca-Cola Co. announced Wednesday that it will launch a new coffee-cola drink in 2006.

Coca-Cola Blak will debut this January in France and then in several other countries, including the U.S., later in the year.

The company described the carbonated beverage as a mix of Coca-Cola and real coffee designed to appeal to adult consumers.

"It is a blend of unique Coke refreshment with the true essence of coffee and has a rich smooth texture and has a coffee-like froth when poured," Marc Mathieu, vice president of global core brands, said in a statement.


For more on Coke's plan to take on Pepsi and Starbucks in the ready-to-drink coffee market, click here.  Top of page

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