Cherry Coke or Coca-Cola Cherry contains 34 mg of caffeine per 12 fl. oz. It contains the same amount of caffeine as a regular Coke.
Here is the caffeine in Cherry Coke for its typical serving sizes. We also included the nutrition facts for each size for your reference.
Caffeine in Cherry Coke
|Serving Size||Caffeine||Calories||Total Fat||Sodium||Total Carbs||Total Sugars*||Protein|
|7.5 fl. oz.||21mg||100||0g||25mg||26g||26g||0g|
|12 fl. oz.||34mg||150||0g||35mg||42g||42g||0g|
|13.2 fl. oz.||37mg||170||0g||40mg||46g||46g||0g|
|16.9 fl. oz.||48mg||210||0g||55mg||58g||58g||0g|
|20 fl. oz.||57mg||260||0g||60mg||70g||70g||0g|
The ingredients are listed below for Cherry Coke. As is typical with sodas that have caffeine, the caffeine in Cherry Coke is an added ingredient.
Cherry Coke Ingredients: Carbonated Water, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Caramel Color, Phosphoric Acid, Natural Flavors, Caffeine
Caffeine: Cherry Coke vs Other Beverages
The caffeine in Cherry Coke is considered low in comparison to other beverages with caffeine. You’d have to drink about four Cherry Cokes to equal the caffeine in one coffee.
|Cherry Coke||12 fl. oz.||34mg|
|Wild Cherry Pepsi||12 fl. oz.||38mg|
|Mountain Dew||12 fl. oz.||54mg|
|Coca-Cola||12 fl. oz.||34mg|
|Pepsi||12 fl. oz.||38mg|
|Sprite||12 fl. oz.||0mg|
|7 Up||12 fl. oz.||0mg|
|Dr Pepper||12 fl. oz.||42mg|
|Red Bull||12 fl. oz.||114mg|
|Monster Energy||12 fl. oz.||120mg|
|Coffee||12 fl. oz.||144mg*|
Cherry Coke was officially introduced to the market in 1985. Its rapid success influenced Coca-Cola’s competitors to introduce other cherry-flavored products. 7 Up introduced Cherry 7-Up in 1987. Furthermore, Pepsi released Cherry Cola Slice in 1986, which was replaced by Wild Cherry Pepsi in 1988.
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