Coca-Cola cherry with zero sugar is the perfect drink for people who want the great Coke taste with a fruity twist, as well as zero sugar and zero calories.
It seems one tends to be a fan of either Pepsi or Coca Cola. I must say I usually prefer Coca Cola over Pepsi, for I just think it tastes better. Even if I did not already have the preference for Coca Cola though, this carbonated beverage would make me a convert.
Cocoa Cola Cherry Zero is what it sounds like, cherry flavoured soda with ZERO calories and ZERO sugar. When I do choose to drink soda, out of all the options out there, this would be my first choice. On very rare occasion I drink soda with calories and sugar, but even then Cherry Zero would be my preference. It tastes like Coca Cola but has a slight cherry fruit flavour which makes it irresistible.
It is also nice that this product comes in a aluminum can so it can be recycled and isn't the dreaded plastic bottle that I avoid due to the iffy chemical nature. It is a bit pricey for a can of soda but if you are like me and want a zero calorie drink that has caffeine, you might as well pay for the best taste out there, which in my opinion is this drink.
Thank you, thank you, thank you International Foods for stocking the Coke Zero Cherry cans. This discovery has been my most exciting since joining KIWIreviews. Being a non coffee and tea drinker, and limiting the number of hot chocolate drinks I have I do often enjoy a diet/sugar free carbonated beverage to have a little bit of flavour. After all, plain old water gets a little bit boring after a while! The only issue with this is that I am quite limited on what I can have. Most places sell diet coke, or more commonly these days Coke Zero (there is quite a difference in taste between the two despite what others will tell you!) and occasionally you can find diet Sprite. This does make the choices very limiting, as I do prefer to drink sugar free drinks rather than full sugar. When I saw this available on their website I put two cans into my order, one for me and one for my husband.
When my order arrived I could barely wait for the can to cool before cracking it open. Having been sent through the postal system I was a little unsure as to just how fizzy it would still be but as I opened it and heard the fizzy sound I knew it had survived just fine. I took my first sip and it was so yummy! Just the right mix of coke zero flavour and cherry flavour. It was devine!
At just $1.80 a can I think it is priced fairly. International Foods also have the option of purchasing it in a 12 can pack for $20. It is a little more expensive than buying Coke Zero cans in the supermarket, but as it is so yummy and such a nice change I think it is truely worth it. My husband loved it so much that we are about to place another order with International Foods to buy a couple of 12 can packs.
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