Update: We tried it! Click here to read our review.
Limited Edition Coca-Cola Byte is “Pixel Flavored.” What does that mean? Also, does Coca-Cola Byte have bite? Well, if you want to find out, the only way you can get your hands on this is to order it through the Coca-Cola store. Surprisingly, it hasn’t sold out as I type this on May 9 (It’s been available since May 2). Maybe Coca-Cola made a lot of it. Or maybe it isn’t selling well. (Photo sent in by Robbie.)
12 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Coca-Cola Creations Zero Sugar Limited Edition Byte”
Are Pixels calorie-free? What does a Pixel taste like?
I am not brave enough to be the first.
Nor wealthy enough! $15 for 2 cans? And zero sugar? Pass
Egads. That is expensive. And you are correct about the lack of sugar. Positively frightening.
Just went and bought 2 boxes! I had to buy 2 T Shirts along with it just to get the Free Shipping. So I pretty much just spent $80 on 2 shirts and 4 cans of soda… these better be amazing!
…geez…this stuff is just getting out of hand…
I hate artificial sugar so much.
$15 for 2 12 ounce cans of artificially sweetened soda is probably why it hasn’t sold out.
This is just a test to suss out when inflation rises enough, we stop with the brand loyalty, right?
oh, oh, oh, oh! Seems like not too many people are “byte”ing at the bit(coin) for this…
I tried it and apparently pixels taste very jammy like raspberries, blackberries, and that sort of a dark fruit vibe. It wasn’t cloyingly sweet like the Raspberry Coke from the Freestyle machines. I was reminded of the Pepsi 1893 Black Currant flavor from a few years ago.
Well that sounds quite lovely!
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