Cola Flavored Soy Milk Of Kibun

(Japanese follows. / 日本語は以下へ続く。)

Kibun Food Inc. is a Japanese food maker producing mainly fish products founded in 1947.
To stabilize the operation, Kibun formed a capital alliance with Kikkoman.

Kibun's one of the well-known products is soy milk, and they've created over 20 flavors.
One of them is Cola flavor called "Kenkou Cola" meaning "healthy cola" launched on March 3, 2014.
Though it's Cola flavored soy milk, it doesn't have gas in it, so I imagined it's flat Cola with soy milk.

When I first had a little sip, it tasted like regular Cola without gas and very sweet.
The sweet Cola flavor totally blew away the distinctive soy milk flavor and taste, so all I could taste was sweet Cola but flat.
I was actually surprised that it wasn't that bad.
If you don't like soy milk but like Cola, I think you can drink this without trouble.

* One of my readers mentioned that this is technically not a collaborated product, so it is more accurate to translate as "Cola as I write in the Japanese version," and I fixed it.

<Nutrition> --- per 1 package (200ml)
Calories: 46kcal
Protein: 2.2g
Fat: 1.8g
Carbohydrate: 2.0g
Fiber: 6.2g
Natrium: 26mg
Calcium: 48mg
Cholesterol: 0mg
Isoflavone: 12mg




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2 件のコメント :

  1. To nitpick, it would be more accurate to say "cola-flavored". Coke is a brand of cola made by the Coca-cola company. Unless this is a combined effort that includes actual Coke made by Coca-cola (and it doesn't appear to be), then this is generic cola rather than Coke. Either way, it sounds pretty terrible... though kids used to mix Pepsi and milk back in the 60's and 70's (sort of like a less sweet cola-flavored float).

    1. Thank you! You're right. I'll add a note at the bottom of the blog nothing that this is actually Cola-flavored, rather than Coke-specifically flavored, and that you pointed it out to me.