(CNN) — It flopped the first time, but Coca-Cola is betting this time it’ll be huge.
The company is thinking about bringing coffee-flavored coke back to the U.S.
In 2006, “Coca-Cola Blak” was launches and people didn’t like it. The company stopped selling it in 2008.
A spokesperson says this time will be difference thanks to evolving trends and palates.
Coca-Cola plus coffee is available in Australia, Spain, Thailand, Poland and other countries and packs for caffeine than a regular coke.
It should be available in 25 international markets by the end of the year. The company hasn’t committed to brining it to the U.S yet, but is optimistic.
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