Coca-Cola Just Debuted A New Canned Cocktail
A classic cocktail pair is gin and tonic. Since 1907, Americans have enjoyed the traditional mix.
Soon it will be sold in cans, so fans won't need to go to a bar or create it themselves.
Coca-Cola will release a Jack Daniel's & Coca-Cola RTD nationally. The product will be Coca-Cola and Coke Zero. First Coca-Cola canned cocktail in the U.S.
Jack Daniel's & Coca-Cola RTD cans will be 350 ml and have roughly 5% alcohol by volume, like most beers.
Coca-Cola claims it will be available in Mexico later this year, although it outsources its other hard seltzers and beverages for U.S. distribution.
Coca-CEO Cola's remarked, "We put customers first in extending our portfolio." We're consumer-focused and expanding flavoured alcohol drinks.
Coca-Cola aims to offer "Fresca Mixed" later this year as part of its RTD expansion.
It will join Topo Chico Hard Seltzers and Simply Spiked Lemonade, developed in cooperation with MolsonCoors.
It's no surprise Coca-Cola wants to sell packaged cocktails. Premixed cocktails are the fastest-growing spirits sector in 2021. In 2020, RTD drink sales rose 42.3%.
The Coca-Cola brand has changed this year, and not only in the alcohol department of shops. Company updated Sprite logo and discontinued Honest Tea after 25 years.
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