Drinking charcoal water, which is known as drinking water for its water-free taste, has been a part of American culture for more than a century.

But for women who don’t like the taste, the water can also be an unwelcome source of electrolytes.

The new drink, called Drinking Water, will soon hit stores across the U.S. The drink will be marketed as a “cure for thirst,” according to a statement on the company’s website.

It will be available in two flavors, charcoal and plain, which the company describes as “slightly sweet and refreshing.”

The drinks can be purchased online for $2.49 per bottle.

The beverage will also be available at health food stores and convenience stores nationwide.

The Drink will be sold at stores including Walgreens and Kroger stores.

The company will begin to sell the drinks on November 30 in select markets.

A spokesperson for Coca-Cola told ABC News, “Drinking water is not a cure for dehydration.

But it can provide electrolytes and nutrients in a variety of ways.”