Say I've reverse-engineered the Coca-Cola formula, or produced something very similar in taste. Since the recipe is not patented, I can sell my product so long as I don't market it as Coke, Coca-Cola, etc. Say this formula is deemed safe and has been approved by the FDA and any other regulatory body. In particular, it does not include cocaine.
Would I be allowed to market this product as "Cocaine cola" or "Cocaine soda?" To sidestep the potential trademark issue, could I name an independently conceived product after a drug? Going a step beyond saying it's "like crack" and instead saying naming a brand of potato chips "edible meth" or similar?
Edit: Specifically would there be a problem when marketing food?