Clareto Monsorate, Dubai
With the autumn season fast approaching in Japan, food and drinks matching the weather are popping up to go along with the red, orange and yellow leaves.
To keep its customers warm during this cool weather, Coca-Cola Japan have introduced a new seasonal option to its savory soup line. It is called Dashi.
Dashi is a rich traditional Japanese broth made by heating water with kombu kelp and kezurikatsuo.
Dubbed “Go:Good,” the interesting range is available in vending machines.
Go:Good already offers Corn Potage, Shrimp Bisque and Minestrone Soup options in small aluminum cans that are served piping hot when dispensed from machines.
Dashi is priced at ¥130 JPY (approximately $1.23 USD).