Three fizzy, alcoholic drinks from Coca-Cola have now hit the shelves for sale on Monday in Japan.
The three new lemon drinks are targeted at a growing market of young drinkers range from 3% to 8% alcohol, described by the Coca-Cola company as “unique” and are the first alcoholic drink in the company’s 125-year history.
The new sodas are modeled on the country’s popular Chu-Hi drinks, which contains a mix of local spirit and a range of fruit flavors.
In Japan Chu-Hi drinks are an alternative to beer and are popular among female drinkers.
Unfortunately Coca-Cola says they have no plans on bringing these drinks outside of Japan, so if you want to get your hands on one you’ll have to make a trip to try these new drinks.