Coca Cola is all set to venture into manufacturing of an alcoholic drink, based out of Japan. Currently, the top soft drink company is planning to experiment developing an alcopop style drink, with an alcohol content of 3-8% ABV.
It is being said that this new drink developed by Coca Cola is a modified version of the popular Japanese alcoholic beverage ChuHi alcoholic drink, which has a perfect mix of the locally produced spirit Sochu. Because of the special and distinct feature s of the drinks market in Japan, these items like Sochu and ChiHi will be available only in Japan.
Coca Cola, known widely for making
popular drinks like Coke, Sprite and the orange drink Fanta, is all set to try
its hands in manufacturing a canned alcoholic beverage which will have the mix
of sparkling water and Japanese drink in right proportions. While the
information on the launch date of the alcoholic drink is yet to be known, it
must be noted that Coca cola had sold wine before 40 years, and had left the
business in 1983.
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