Coca-Cola Has Released Its First Alcoholic Beverage and It's Called Lemon-Do

It will only be available in Japan for the foreseeable future

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It’s a first for the iconic, 132-year-old American brand, and you Lemon-Do not want to miss it. 

On Monday, Coca-Cola released its first alcoholic beverage—called Lemon-Do—which is currently only being sold on the Japanese island of Kyushu. Don’t get your hopes up about seeing it in your local corner store any time soon though—a senior Coke executive in Japan said in a Q&A published by the company back in March that the drink would be an experiment for a small slice of the market and is unlikely to be adopted outside of Japan. 




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