If you love coffee, coke or any kind of caffeinated beverage, then you’re next trip should be to Japan. Coca-Cola has just released Coca-Cola Coffee Plus, a drink with 50 percent more caffeine and 50 percent fewer calories.

The intriguing drink, which has been released as a vending machine exclusive, arrives in a 190ml can and has 34mg of caffeine. The coffee comes in the form of extract powder.

According to Shin-Shouhin, it has an odd aroma, as it doesn’t smell like coffee or the iconic soda. It does, however, taste like Coke, until it goes down and you're left with a coffee aftertaste.  “To be frank, it's not a very delicious aroma,” notes the article, before going on to describe it as “curious” and “odd.”

Coca-Cola Coffee Plus isn't the first coffee crossover from the brand. It previously released Coca-Cola BlāK in Europe and the United States.
升级版可乐咖啡不是可口可乐推出的第一款跨界饮品了,此前该公司还在欧洲和美国推出过Coca-Cola BlāK。

Look out for the drink at vending machines if you’re in Japan, and then get acquainted with Coca-Cola Plus.