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Coca-Cola Is Launching Its Own Seltzer Line With 8 Brand New Flavors

Lindsey Ramsey
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From Delish

LaCroix has a giant fanbase—including most of the Delish crew, hence our definitive ranking of the most popular flavors. But while LaCroix remains king of the sparkling water market, there is no shortage of brands trying to take away its crown. Cue Coca-Cola, who just announced its first major brand launch in more than a decade: AHA.

As Coca-Cola doubles down on the sparkling trend, health-conscious consumers are likely to be pleased by the beverage giant's new calorie- and sodium-free offerings.

AHA will replace Coca-Cola's existing Dasani-branded sparkling waters, but you won't find yet another plain berry or lime soda this go around. And whether you're already a LaCroix apologist or still just aren't that impressed by sparkling water, Coca-Cola promises to lure you in with its unexpected flavor offerings.

The first six bold flavor fusions are: Apple and Ginger; Blueberry and Pomegranate; Lime and Watermelon; Orange and Grapefruit; Peach and Honey; and Strawberry and Cucumber.

Two jolted flavors —Citrus and Green Tea, plus Black Cherry and Coffee — include 30 mg of caffeine, which are destined to become your new afternoon pick-me up.

But patience is key here, since you'll have to wait a little longer to try one of these 16-fl.-oz. individual cans or multi-packs of 12-fl.-oz. cans. They don't hit store shelves until March 2020.

If bubbles aren't your thing, we hear you. Coca-Cola is set to launch a new line-up of smartwater still flavors next year, too. The premium offerings will include cucumber-lime, pineapple-kiwi, strawberry-blackberry, and watermelon-mint.

Will AHA's cool new flavors take away a little of the sparkle from La Croix's empire? That remains to be seen. In the meantime, we'll pop open another can of coconut. Don't @ us.

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