source: WSJ The soft drink giants are breaking over 130 years of soft drink tradition and going HARD. Coca Cola is set to release three, new alcoholic beverages this week on the island of Kyushu, Japan. (Pop. 13-million) It will be sold as "Lemon-Do" and is part of the popular "chuhai" category, drinks that typically combine grain-based alcohol with flavored carbonated water, reports the Wall Street Journal. The flavors include lemon, salty lemon, and honey-lemon. They range from 3% abv-7% abv and will cost an equivalent of $1.50. As of now, the Company has no plans to produce or sell the beverage outside of Japan.