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Coca-Cola Will Launch Its First Alcoholic Drink To Compete In Japan

The 125-year-old soft drink giant hopes to tap into the Japanese market for Chu-Hui, a low-alcohol drink that has grown in popularity in recent years.

Coca-Cola will introduce the first alcoholic drink in the company's 125-year history, tapping into a growing trend in Japan for mildly intoxicating drink mixes.

But if you were thinking rum and Coke, you would be wrong.

Instead, the

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