I'm a fan of trying new things. I'm okay with just Coca-Cola-flavored Coca-Cola but when they come out with new variations of the classic I'm often intrigued enough to at least try it.

This brings us to this new variety. Coca-Cola Move. From the ever-growing Coke Creations line of creativity comes this new flavor inspired by Rosalia. The can is super fun with bright pink and white with sketch-type drawings on it. But how does it taste?

My Verdict: Good!

Well, better than many of the other ideas they've had in the past, in my opinion.

Again, I'm a Coke fan so when I want a Coke I just want a standard-issue classic Coca-Cola. Sometimes a Cherry Coke, especially when paired with pizza, pizza and Cherry Coke is a truly magical combination.

This new Coca-Cola Move has an almost island vibe. A bit like coconut, maybe a bit like macadamia nut. It tastes like the air when you get off the plane in Hawaii. I honestly can't describe it any better than that.

Will I be drinking this exclusively from here on out? Well, no. I wouldn't mind grabbing another case of these mini 7.5oz cans as they're cute and fun and perfect for a quick refresh in the middle of the day. They are better than I thought I would have given them credit for. I mean, I know they're not gonna be better, to me, than the classic, but it's fun when they do these new flavors and I'm all for all of them as they appear on store shelves.

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