Japan seems to be the place to be if you want wild Coca-Cola variations.
Not content with talking about putting booze in their soda, the drinks company has debuted a slushie version that does away with those Frozen Coke machines that seem to break down every so often.
Launched on Monday, the new concoction in a pouch has been dubbed “Coca-Cola Frozen Lemon,” a product which the company said has been in the works for eight years with nearly 100 different prototypes tested.
Coke’s new frozen iteration is meant to have “a refreshing sherbet sensation,” according to SoraNews 24. You can crush the pouch to adjust how much crunch you want in the drink.
Alongside the new icy Coke came the debut of frozen Fanta in orange and grape flavours. Japan has it good.
The company said there are over 1,000 different beverages released every year in the Japanese market, and only a few manage to survive.
Let’s hope it sticks around so folks outside of Japan can give it try.