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Two variants of Coca-Cola with Coffee are available for purchase starting Monday, one of which is said to have “zero sugar,” a company press release announced.
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Both versions are packaged in 12-ounce cans and are infused with Brazilian coffee. A single can reportedly contains 69 milligrams of caffeine.
The regular Coca-Cola with Coffee comes in three flavors, including dark blend, vanilla and caramel. Meanwhile, the zero sugar versions only come in dark blend and vanilla.
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And in terms of nutrition facts, a single can of Coca-Cola with Coffee is 70 calories versus Coca-Cola with Coffee Zero Sugar’s 0 calories.