From next month, you can get an alcoholic version of Coca-Cola.
The firm will introduce its Top Chico Hard Seltzer range to the UK from November.
Although it has alcohol in it, the new drinks will only contain 96 calories in each 330ml can.
After 126 years of making soft drinks, the giant has decided to introduce its first ever alcoholic version.
With an alcohol by volume (ABV) of 4.7%, the tipple is blended with sparkling water and natural flavours.
It is aimed at the Millennial market as hard seltzers are popular among 20-35-year-olds.
Brands like Kopparberg Passion Fruit and Mixed Berries hard seltzers are already on UK supermarket shelves.
Coca-Cola GB & Ireland general manager Jon Woods said: “We are excited about this launch and the possibilities for this brand.
“We are confident that we have a fantastic product in Topo Chico Hard Seltzer in a dynamic new category.
“With the strength of our system behind it, we believe the drink will flourish and offer the consumer something new and delicious.”
It follows a successful trial in South America which means it’ll hit Britain and Europe first with the US next year.
According to figures from Kantar, the British hard seltzer market is worth an eye-watering £4.5 million.
It is compared to the US where it earned £3.4 billion last year and is predicted to hit £11.2 billion by 2027.
A Kantar spokesperson said: “There’s significant room for growth for the hard seltzer market in the UK.
“There’s a potentially receptive audience for hard seltzers if brands get their offer right.”