In Peru, a new drink called Kdrink has hit the market. It looks and tastes like bottle iced tea. The beverage hit Peruvian stores this year and uses a formula made from coca leaves, the base ingredient in cocaine.

Each bottle contains a trace of cocaine -- 0.6 milligrams. This trace carries less kick than a cup of coffee. With the exception of Coca-Cola, products using coca leaves are banned in most nations by U.S. and UN import regulations.

Peru is ahead in the coca leaf market, they have two drinks using coca leaves. They are trying to find ways for the two Peruvian drinks, Kdrink Iced Tea and Vortex Energy Drink to legally make it into foreign markets.