The Sweet and Fruity Taste of Coca-Cola C2!

Coca-Cola C2 was a short-lived, limited edition from The Coca-Cola Company that was introduced in 2004 and discontinued in 2007. This was intended to be a lower calorie alternative to the original Coca-Cola, and it contained half the sugar and carbohydrates of regular Coke.

Coca-Cola C2 had an interesting flavor profile, which many described as a combination of Skittles mixed with Coca-Cola. It had a fruity candy smell but definitely didn't taste the same way. Upon sipping, people detected an imediate citrus flavor but thought the overall flavor was similar to Marshmello's limited-edition Coke.

The ingredients used in this beverage included carbonated , high fructose corn syrup, caramel color, phosphoric acid, natural flavors, and caffeine. Although the beverage did not become popular enough to remain on shelves for long periods of time, it still remains one of Coca-Cola's most interesting drinks to date.

If you were one of the lucky few who had the chance to try this limited edition soda before it disappeared from stores in 2007, you know how special it was!

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Ingredients of Coca-Cola C2

Coca-Cola C2 was a low-calorie cola beverage created by the Coca-Cola Company in 1983. It contained Carbonated Water, High Fructose Corn Syrup for sweetness, Caramel Color for a deep rich taste, Phosphoric Acid to help preserve the beverages flavor, Natural Flavors to give it a distinct taste and Caffeine to give it an extra boost of energy. While the drink has since been discontinued, Coca-Cola 2 still remains one of the most popular and beloved drinks in history.

The Release Date of Coke C2

Coca-Cola C2 was first released in 2004 by The Coca-Cola Company in Japan. It was a low-calorie soft drink that contained half the sugar and carbohydrates of regular Coke, as well as added vitamins, minerals and ginseng. However, it was discontinued in 2007 due to lackluster sales.

Is C2 a Soft Drink?

Yes, C2 is a soft drink. It is made from natural green leaves which are brewed and bottled on the same day, giving it a fresh taste. This variant of C2 does not contain any additional flavorings or ingredients; it has a ‘natural' taste. Its light and refreshing flavor makes it an ideal beverage to enjoy at any time of the day.


In conclusion, Coca-Cola C2 was a unique and delicious soda that had a fruity candy smell and a citrus flavor. Although it was only available for a short time, Coca-Cola C2 was a great alternative to traditional Coca-Cola and other diet sodas. Despite its discontinuation in 2007, Coca-Cola C2 continues to be fondly remembered by soda enthusiasts who enjoy its unique taste.

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