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Dubbed “Coca-Cola Batch Blends”, the two new flavours are offered up in 250mL cans, and are designed to be sipped on their own, as a mixer, or used in cocktails. Batch No. 01 blends coffee and chocolate flavours with the distinctive tastes of Coca-Cola, while No. 02 is a sweeter mix of caramel and coffee.
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Caffeine lovers can soon get a double shot of Coca-Cola and coffee in one sweet addictive fix. Coca-Cola Australia has announced the launch of its new Batch Blends range, which consists of two coffee flavours infused with chocolate and caramel.
Every year, The Coca-Cola Company launches hundreds of new products to meet the ever-changing tastes of consumers around the world. In 2014 alone, the company launched more than 450 new products. In 2014 alone, the company launched more than 450 new products.
The Batch Blends range includes two new flavours: Caramel and Coffee and Coffee and Chocolate, adding even more flavours that don’t necessarily mix well with that classic Coke taste. Coca-Cola’s
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Oct 26, 2018 · Coca-Cola have released 2 exciting Batch Blends in Australia – Coffee & Chocolate and Caramel & Coffee. Let’s try the Batch Blend 1 first and see what it’s like.
Coca-Cola Australia has emphasised that its latest release, the coffee-cola combination Batch Blends, is designed for the ‘adult palate’, and is fully in line with its sugar reduction health targets. The company further emphasised that there is zero sugar content in the new product, and that the
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The new blend mixes coffee and chocolate, or coffee and caramel with the taste of Coca-Cola No Sugar. Lucie Austin, marketing director at Coca-Cola Australia, said the new blend has been created