This product is a can containing the popular 'Coca Cola' beverage in supposedly 'vanila' flavour. The can must be opened carefully so as to avoid any injury. It must be chilled prior to consumption.
The can has information printed in both Malaysian and English languages, Malaysia being the product's country of origin.
One might, at first, infer the product to contain 'Coca Cola' beverage in 'vanilla' flavour, which was briefly introduced in India in the early 2000s before being discontinued. However, it did develop a 'following' of sorts back then.
Interestingly, here, the list of ingredients does not mention 'vanilla', not even under 'added flavourings'. It does, though, mention 'caramel colour'.
When opened, the product emits a faint fragrance, reminiscent of that of 'vanilla pod' when utilised in the preparation of baked goods and/or milk-based beverages.
The flavour, however, is not in the least bit similar to that of 'Coca Cola' 'Vanilla' beverage. It is a 'smoother' version of the original 'Coca Cola' beverage, the carbonation in this case not causing any 'harshness' inside of one's throat when consumed.
One shall feel disappointed over the lack of any flavour different from that of the original, but it does make for a pleasant occasional drink to quench one's thirst during a hot summer day.
Overall, it is left to one's discretion when considering the purchase of this product.