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Coca-Cola Just Launched A New Look And 4 Brand New Diet Coke Flavours In Canada

Something big is happening to the Diet Coke you know and love.

What, you may ask? Try nothing and everything at the same time! After 35 years of perfecting your favourite diet soda, Coca-Cola is releasing four new delicious zero-calorie flavours: Diet Coke Feisty Cherry, Diet Coke Twisted Mango, Diet Coke Zesty Blood Orange and Diet Coke Ginger Lime. The new packaging and bold flavours will be on store shelves starting in February, wherever Diet Coke products are sold.

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And why switch things up? Because just like any superstar, they're keeping you on your toes, changing the way you enjoy your favourite Diet Coke! Just imagine that great crisp and unique Diet Coke taste combined with incredible flavour additions and a total makeover... yup, they're rolling out these bad boys in stylish and sleek silver 310 mL cans to look as good as they taste.

But don't worry, they didn't get change your favourite originals! Why mess with a good thing, after all? Diet Coke just decided to boldly switch things up because it's been a while - and change is good for everyone, especially your taste buds. 

There's a new, delicious Diet Coke flavour for basically everyone and every occasion, from enjoying a few sparkling sips on the go to enjoying a refreshing and bold new flavour with your favourite meals.

I was lucky enough to visit the #DietCokeFlavourRoom in New York City for the ultimate Diet Coke experience, equipped with selfie stations, tons of cool food and Diet Coke galore. Each room was dedicated to a different flavour and had a unique and fun twist!

In the Diet Coke Ginger Lime room, for example, we were serenaded by country star Russell Dickerson - who was seriously just as chill and smooth as that flavour. We also went for a little taxi ride in the Diet Coke Twisted Mango room - it literally tastes like being on vacation.

And even though I tried them all, it's hard for me to pick my favourite new Diet Coke flavour. Although they all perfectly compliment that signature Diet Coke taste we all know and love... well, they're also all unique, different and straight-up delicious in their own way.

These new Diet Coke flavours are super versatile and amazing to enjoy at any point during the day. This is one makeover you don't wanna miss. Why? Because change is fizzing delicious!

Coca-Cola is launching their brand new Diet Coke varieties in Feisty Cherry, Twisted Mango, Zesty Blood Orange and Ginger Lime across Canada starting January 10, 2018, complete with a brand-new sleek silver can to complement the brand new, unexpected yet delicious flavours. 

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To find out where you can get your hands on Diet Coke's all new flavours, check out Coca-Cola's website and Instagram page. Remember to show off your new favourite beverage by tagging #DietCokeCanada on Instagram!

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