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When carbonic acid loses a proton or two, forming a bi-carbonate or carbonate, respectively, D News says, this lowers the PH of water, which changes its taste.
According to the Coca-Cola Japan's website, the beverage is made with fructose glucose liquid sugar, coffee extract powder and carbonic acid, caramel coloring matter, acidulant, fragrance, and caffeine—a whole lot of caffeine.
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