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Hot Soda Comes to Japan

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Canned hot tea and canned hot coffee are popular in Japan and the latest ‘hot’ canned item that is all the rage is ‘soda’. It is the first soda to be served hot not cold. Drinking warm soda may not sound good to us but in Japan they like hot things in a can. The first soda to be served this way will be Canada Dry Hot Ginger Ale which Coca Cola has spent four years developing.
The Ginger Ale will still have the carbonation is has now but may not taste like Ginger Ale as we know it. It will have an intense spicy, Cinnamon and apple flavor to it.

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