Lemon-do is the company's first attempt at the hard sealer, and it may be the only product of its kind for some time. Garduño said that since the drink was created for a "specific portion" of the Coca-Cola market, it is likely to remain a Japanese exclusive.
"I don't think people from all over the world should expect to see this kind of Coca-Cola stuff," he said.
"I think the culture here is still unique and special, so many products that are born here will stay here."
Unlike the seltzer with Japanese skewers, the coffee mixture actually contains Coca Cola and a strong dose of caffeine. It is not guaranteed, but Javier Meza, the company's global marketing director for sparkling beverages, said he could see a debut in the United States in 2020.