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Pepsi Launches New Coffee-Flavored Cola With Twice As Much Caffeine Than Its Soda

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Pepsi Launches New Coffee-Flavored Cola With Twice As Much Caffeine Than Its Soda

The new drink will be coming in both Original and Vanilla varieties.


With brand dueling in the battle of a coffee-flavored cola, PepsiCo has officially unveiled its plan to introduce own coffee-flavored cola drink in the United States in April 2020.

Coming after Coca Cola announced it was bringing Coke Coffee to the international markets by the end of the year, PepsiCo revealed the new drink will be coming in both Original and Vanilla varieties.

PepsiCo has officially unveiled plan to own its coffee-flavored cola drink in the United States (April 2020)

Being a cola-forward beverage with a hint of roasted Arabica coffee and nearly twice as much caffeine, Pepsi Café original leads with the cola flavor and has a subtle, unique coffee finishing while the Pepsi Café Vanilla leads with a Vanilla cola flavor with a hint of coffee.

Specifically, the two flavors will come in 12Oz, Slim cans and both will also have double the amount of caffeine found in normal Pepsi.



‘We realize that the present consumers are looking for products that meet the needs of indulgence, energy, and refreshment during their afternoon pick-me-up occasion.’

PepsiCo’s new drink will be coming in both Original and Vanilla varieties

‘At Pepsi, we have also known the potential of blending cola and coffee for years. And after attaining a balance. We couldn’t wait any longer to introduce the Pepsi Café to the United States come 2020.’ Vice President, Marketing of Pepsi, Todd Kaplan said via a press release.

The company in 1996 had tested a Pepsi Kona in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a breakfast drink

Nevertheless, it appears the drink brand has sought for ways to improve on its concept since introducing a coffee-hybrids earlier. The company in 1996 had tested a Pepsi Kona in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a breakfast drink.

The test concluded in 1997 and was made (the drink) a national debut, despite Pepsi contending that the product was ahead of its time.





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