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No bartender required: Premixed Jack and Coke going on sale

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By DEE-ANN DURBIN

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Finally. Love the premix.

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No thanks. Sinatra on the rocks please.

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Yeah they’ve had something similar in Japan forever. Nothing new. Cheaper just to make it yourself.

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I believe these have been available in Australia for well over 25 years.

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I believe these have been available in Australia for well over 25 years.

From Wikipedia:

Around 1996, Jack Daniel's released a canned beverage called "Jack Daniel's and Cola", a mixed beverage of the same type as Jack and Coke, in several markets in the South Pacific, including Australia and New Zealand.[8]

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Hasn't the UK had a Jack n Coke pre-mixed can for years??

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@ buffalo

I believe these have been available in Australia for well over 25 years.

An old friend of mine is addicted to those cans, apparently is not the same if you make it yourself or something, I will have to tell him to come to Japan to try the local mix.

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Think of all the time we'll save!

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I'm pretty sure these are already a thing. I used to buy a 6-pack of premixed Jack and Coke bottles in Australia.

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What is really amusing is the alcohol content is terrible, something like 5% in the current JD & Cola cans. Weak as p*ss and I heartily laugh at anyone that buys these. Overall, cheaper to buy a bottle of JD and 1L bottle of cola, plus you get to choose the measure used.

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