Despite amassing 2.1 billion USD of sales last year, and retaining its spot as America’s best-selling zero-calorie soft drink, Diet Coke is not sitting pretty, as consumption of diet soda has fallen by more than 27 per cent since 2005, and last year saw another 3.5 per cent drop in sales. As such, Coca-cola announced a major revamp of Diet Coke, including slimmer, taller cans (that contain the same volume), and four new fruit flavours: Ginger Lime (pretty good), Twisted Mango (tolerable), Zesty Blood Orange (bad), and Feisty Cherry (bloody awful). Note: the classic Diet Coke taste and formula remains the same, so if you liked it before, they think you’ll like it even more now it comes in an “Insta-ready” package! And that’s the whole of this update, they’re desperately trying to attract younger consumers. “Millennials are now thirstier than ever for adventures and new experiences, and we want to be right by their side,” says Rafael Acevedo, Coca-cola North America’s group director for Diet Coke. “We’re making the brand more relatable and more authentic.” So after two years of research and casting a “broad flavour net”, this is what they came up with. Excited? Neither are we.