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The Coca-Cola Co has declined to comment on a social media claim that the group is readying the release of a three-strong range of Coca-Cola-branded RTD coffees in the US.

Instagram account CandyHunting, which highlights new confectionery and soda releases, last week posted a photograph of a Coca-Cola with Coffee range. CandyHunting said the range, which includes Caramel, Vanilla and Dark Blend variants, will be available in the US from April.

A Coca-Cola spokesperson told just-drinks today that the company is "not at a place" to be able to confirm the launch of Coke with Coffee in the US "at this point".

Last month, Coca-Cola rival PepsiCo announced details of a two-strong roster of RTD coffee-colas for the US. Pepsi Café will launch in April.

If the Coca-Cola with Coffee launch is confirmed, the range will not be the first Coke and coffee releases. Coca-Cola launched Coke Plus Coffee in Australia in 2017 in a roll-out that has since hit other markets. The Australian market also hosts a range of zero-calorie Coke and coffee RTDs in flavours including salted caramel. In 2006, Coca-Cola launched Coca-Cola Blak, a cola/coffee fusion drink that was discontinued after two years.

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