Snacktaku Special Report: Coca-Cola Life Surely Tastes Like Something

While vacationing in Buenos Aires, Kotaku editor-in-chief Stephen Totilo sampled Coca-Cola Life, a special green-canned version of America's favorite sugar water developed specifically for Argentina and Chile. How does it taste?


Not a clue. Stephen was so grateful the beverage inside the can was not green, he neglected to tell us how it tastes.

This low-calorie version of Coca-Cola, due to be launched in Europe this year, harnesses the sweetening power of stevia (appropriately enough) along with sugar. In my experience, stevia is delicious, so I can only assume that Stephen didn't bring any home for me because he never wants me to be happy ever.


Snacktaku is Kotaku's take on the wild and wonderful world of eating things, but not eating meals. Eating meals is for those with too much time on their hands. Past critiques can be found at the Snacktaku review archive.

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Detective Plunkett

Ick. I can't stand stevia. It, along with all other artificial sweeteners I've tasted, always make me gag.