Coca-Cola Tic Tacs Taste JUST Like an Ice-Cold Coke

Can you believe Coca-Cola Tic Tacs are real?

You’ve probably popped a fresh and minty Tic Tac (or many Tic Tacs). In the checkout line at the grocery store, it’s easy to find flavors like Freshmint, Orange, Cinnamon and Wintergreen. But these soda-inspired Tic Tacs are pretty unusual compared to the minty, citrusy flavors we’re all used to. During your next grocery haul, look out for Coca-Cola-flavored Tic Tacs!

Do Coca-Cola Tic Tacs Really Taste Like Coke?

Last year, we were lucky enough to try the unusual Tic Tac before it landed in stores. When I popped one of the mints into my mouth—it boasts a bright white Tic Tac color with the classic red “Coca-Cola” logo perfectly imprinted on one side—I was instantly taken aback by how it truly did taste just like Coca-Cola. As someone who is really familiar with the soft drink’s taste, they nailed it. There is a hint of a mint aftertaste, but Coke is the primary flavor. It’s definitely one of my favorite Tic Tac flavors to date.

I would never think to marry the crisp taste of a sugary-sweet Coke with the classic minty fresh kick of a Tic Tac. But it works! I enjoyed the unexpected but refreshing combo.

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Where Can I Find Coca-Cola Tic Tacs?

These guys have been out for a while now, so you shouldn’t have any problem finding them in the present. Take a look around the registers at your local Walmart or Target, or check Instacart to see if any retailers near you are willing to deliver. While they’re in stock on Target’s site, you can’t get them delivered from Target—you’ll just have to add these to the shopping list next time you need some eggs and milk. After all, this one is for devoted Coca-Cola and Tic Tac fans alike.

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Taylor Murphy
Taylor is a food, parenting and health writer. When she's not writing about the newest Oreo flavor or her favorite kitchen appliance, she can be found searching for her next coffee fix or taste-testing recipes with her daughter.