Japan-imported Coca-Cola Zero Lemon made with real juice available for S$2.50 in 7-Eleven S’pore stores

While lemon-flavoured Coke is nothing new and has been introduced in the early millennium to compete with Pepsi Twist, the sugar-free Coke Zero variant is somewhat a limited-run edition in some countries and more recently only found in Japan.

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