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Does Cinnamon Coke take the autumn spice thing too far?

Steven Adams
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A cinnamon version of Coca-Cola is coming to the U.S.

Brits are already familiar with this autumn-spiced cola. Now Americans can try this adulteration of their beloved Coke.

Coca-Cola Cinnamon is hitting U.S. shelves Sept. 13, reports ABC News, while CNET is saying the 30th.

The Zero Sugar version made a splash in Britain last year and was apparently successful enough to expand across the pond for the 2019 all-things-spiced season.

The press release that accompanied the British Cinnamon Coke described it as “bursting full of warming flavours and is guaranteed to get you into the festive spirit as we head into the Christmas season.”

If you’re a Sprite fan, the company has something for you, as well.

Winter Spiced Cranberry is on the way.

These are limited-time flavors so stock up on your favorites while they are available.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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