Here's a list of 10 Pepsi Drinks That Embarrassed The Company. As much as we love Pepsi products, today we are counting down the top 10 Pepsi product fails of all time.
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Throughout its many years of existence, Pepsi has released dozens of different variants of its classic beverages, including many limited edition flavors and international products. With such a large amount of options, there’s bound to be some drinks that weren’t well received with the public. That's why we're here to give you this soda review of these Pepsi fails that we can't forget. Here are the Top 10 Pepsi drinks that embarrassed the company.
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0:21 Crystal Pepsi
1:55 Pepsi Blue
6:25 Pepsi Holiday Spice
7:43 Pepsi Fire
8:52 Salted Caramel Pepsi
10:08 Pepsi X
11:17 Pepsi Next
12:40 Pepsi White
- In the early 1990s, clear household products and drinks were all the craze. People liked the idea of no artificial dyes or flavors in their drinks and clear sodas were meant to be healthier and purer than their traditional counterparts. Pepsi hopped on to the trend in the early 90s by releasing a clear soda called Crystal Pepsi.
- After the success of Mountain Dew Code Red in the early 2000s, Pepsi wanted to create even more flavor varieties within its products to gain more sales, so Pepsi Blue was released in 2002. The soda was bright blue in color and was marketed as tasting like some sort of berries.
- Pepsi was a little ahead of its time when it became the US’s first major drink company to release an energy drink in 1995. The drink was called Josta and it was a slightly spicy fruit flavored energy drink that used guarana and caffeine as its energy providers.
- Pepsi Co released a line of fruity sodas called Slice. From its release in 1984 until 1994, the drink actually contained 10% fruit juice, making it seem like a healthier alternative to artificially flavored drinks. There were 15 flavors available throughout the years the product existed such as grape, fruit punch, apple, cherry cola, peach, and many more.
- Starting in 2004, Pepsi released a limited edition holiday soda, called the Pepsi Holiday Spice, which was a variation of classic Pepsi including various spices. The 2004 version of the drink included only cinnamon.
- Even though some of the feedback was awful for the holiday drink, in 2017, Pepsi stepped it up a notch further and created the Pepsi Fire drink, a cinnamon-infused soda that was on sale for a limited amount of time.
- Another strange holiday themed Pepsi drink that someone really thought was necessary was the Salted Caramel Pepsi, released for a limited time in 2017. Another member of the holiday food group, salted caramel is definitely great on its own, but is it really the right thing to be flavoring a carbonated beverage with?
- n 2012, in collaboration with the singing competition reality show, The X Factor, Pepsi released the limited edition Pepsi X, a dragon fruit flavored cola. The unique flavor of the drink was chosen by an X Factor-inspired “Flavor Audition Tour” to over 20 locations in 15 cities around the country.
- Pepsi next was released in 2012 as a sort of in-between diet and normal soda, specifically marketed towards people who wanted a healthier alternative but disliked the taste of diet Pepsi. Pepsi Next was marketed as having much less sugar than normal Pepsi and using artificial sweeteners instead, containing high fructose corn syrup, sucralose, and acesulfame potassium, along with just regular sugar.
- One of the most daring flavors released to the Japanese market was Pepsi White, a yogurt-flavored cola. Luckily, the white drink didn’t actually contain any yogurt, so the texture was that of a normal Pepsi, but the flavor combination still sounds a little too wild for most people.
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