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Japan is Getting a Strawberry Milk-Flavored Pepsi

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Why does Japan always gets the best flavors?

This one-of-a-kind Pepsi is life changing.

Did you know that there is strawberry milk-flavored Pepsi in Japan?


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But of course – why wouldn’t there be? There’s already been a Pepsi Salty Watermelon and a Pepsi Boab, which was a boab-tree-fruit-flavored Pepsi drink. After producing such iconic flavors, it would only make sense to come out with something like a strawberry milk-flavored Pepsi.


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And let’s not forget about its other incredible iconic items, like its Black Ninja burger…

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Or those McDonald’s Sweet Potato Shakes. Delicious? Without a doubt.

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Or those spaghetti-flavored popsicles — now that’s what we’re talking about.


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Oh wait, we can’t leave out that one-of-a-kind everything burger with cheeseburger foundation, a bonus beef patty, a fried shrimp patty, a boneless rib slab, fried egg, more cheese, pickles, lettuce, cabbage, and three kinds of sauce. Amateur burger really.


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Like the genius food and drink creations before it, this strawberry milk-flavored Pepsi is available for a limited time only. We know, we know, life will probably never be the same once it retires, so enjoy it while you can.


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In case you’re wondering, buying a plane ticket just to get a taste of the strawberry milk-flavored Pepsi wouldn’t be going overboard in the slightest, seeing as this is a life-changing drink. Go big or stay home, people.


Japan is Getting a Strawberry Milk-Flavored Pepsi - Recipes

Yes! It’s here! The day has finally arrived for the new Winter Pepsi flavor! We’ve been waiting for this one for a while–how could you not be excited for Strawberry Milk flavored cola?

Pepsi Japan has a long line of insane seasonal flavors–this past summer’s Caribbean Gold Pepsi and last winter’s Mont Blanc Pepsi are just two recent offerings. So tasty, and yet so ridiculous! A clever marketing ploy on the part of Suntory, the flavors are usually more for the novelty than anything else–and it certainly does get people talking (myself included, obviously.)

Now, Strawberry Milk may seem like a bizarre soda flavor, especially for Winter. Strawberries are usually considered a summer fruit in the US, but here in Japan they’re actually often associated with winter and early spring.

Usually grown in greenhouses, strawberries are one of the most important ingredients in the ubiquitous Christmas cake, a strange and spongy descendant of strawberry shortcake that everyone seems convinced is the traditional Western holiday dessert. My coworkers were shocked when I told them that it wasn’t a part of our Christmas rituals!

Strawberry Au Lait (or Strawberry Olé as it is sometimes hilariously romanized) is also fairly popular here, so a soda version isn’t that far of a stretch. Well, ok, Strawberry Milk soda might be a little odd–there aren’t a lot of strawberry sodas out there to begin with, and milk sounds like a pretty wacky flavor for your fizzy drink. Cream sodas are common enough though, and the milkiness falls squarely in that category.

The bottle is super cute, much like a toddler wearing a giant strawberry costume. Polka dots! A leafy green Kermit the Frog collar! Add a slightly metallic hue and you’ve got nothing less than adorable.

But how does it taste? In a word, fabulous.

Pinkie Pie approves of this soda!

Now, I’ll be honest–it’s candy sweet, and bears little resemblance to the fruit it was named after. If you hate artificial strawberry flavoring, you will hate this soda.

But for me, it’s nicely balanced with the creaminess and the artificial flavoring isn’t overpowering. Sean was content with a single sip of mine (he might have mentioned that even the scent was too strong for him…) but I will definitely be buying more of this crazy concoction.

There aren’t enough strawberry sodas on the market (are there any?) and I for one, wish this could become part of the regular Pepsi line up. But as is always the way, in a few short weeks it will be relegated to the bargain bins, and then it will disappear forever, leaving nothing but memories of its creamy, fruity goodness.


Japan is Getting a Strawberry Milk-Flavored Pepsi - Recipes

Yes! It’s here! The day has finally arrived for the new Winter Pepsi flavor! We’ve been waiting for this one for a while–how could you not be excited for Strawberry Milk flavored cola?

Pepsi Japan has a long line of insane seasonal flavors–this past summer’s Caribbean Gold Pepsi and last winter’s Mont Blanc Pepsi are just two recent offerings. So tasty, and yet so ridiculous! A clever marketing ploy on the part of Suntory, the flavors are usually more for the novelty than anything else–and it certainly does get people talking (myself included, obviously.)

Now, Strawberry Milk may seem like a bizarre soda flavor, especially for Winter. Strawberries are usually considered a summer fruit in the US, but here in Japan they’re actually often associated with winter and early spring.

Usually grown in greenhouses, strawberries are one of the most important ingredients in the ubiquitous Christmas cake, a strange and spongy descendant of strawberry shortcake that everyone seems convinced is the traditional Western holiday dessert. My coworkers were shocked when I told them that it wasn’t a part of our Christmas rituals!

Strawberry Au Lait (or Strawberry Olé as it is sometimes hilariously romanized) is also fairly popular here, so a soda version isn’t that far of a stretch. Well, ok, Strawberry Milk soda might be a little odd–there aren’t a lot of strawberry sodas out there to begin with, and milk sounds like a pretty wacky flavor for your fizzy drink. Cream sodas are common enough though, and the milkiness falls squarely in that category.

The bottle is super cute, much like a toddler wearing a giant strawberry costume. Polka dots! A leafy green Kermit the Frog collar! Add a slightly metallic hue and you’ve got nothing less than adorable.

But how does it taste? In a word, fabulous.

Pinkie Pie approves of this soda!

Now, I’ll be honest–it’s candy sweet, and bears little resemblance to the fruit it was named after. If you hate artificial strawberry flavoring, you will hate this soda.

But for me, it’s nicely balanced with the creaminess and the artificial flavoring isn’t overpowering. Sean was content with a single sip of mine (he might have mentioned that even the scent was too strong for him…) but I will definitely be buying more of this crazy concoction.

There aren’t enough strawberry sodas on the market (are there any?) and I for one, wish this could become part of the regular Pepsi line up. But as is always the way, in a few short weeks it will be relegated to the bargain bins, and then it will disappear forever, leaving nothing but memories of its creamy, fruity goodness.


Japan is Getting a Strawberry Milk-Flavored Pepsi - Recipes

Yes! It’s here! The day has finally arrived for the new Winter Pepsi flavor! We’ve been waiting for this one for a while–how could you not be excited for Strawberry Milk flavored cola?

Pepsi Japan has a long line of insane seasonal flavors–this past summer’s Caribbean Gold Pepsi and last winter’s Mont Blanc Pepsi are just two recent offerings. So tasty, and yet so ridiculous! A clever marketing ploy on the part of Suntory, the flavors are usually more for the novelty than anything else–and it certainly does get people talking (myself included, obviously.)

Now, Strawberry Milk may seem like a bizarre soda flavor, especially for Winter. Strawberries are usually considered a summer fruit in the US, but here in Japan they’re actually often associated with winter and early spring.

Usually grown in greenhouses, strawberries are one of the most important ingredients in the ubiquitous Christmas cake, a strange and spongy descendant of strawberry shortcake that everyone seems convinced is the traditional Western holiday dessert. My coworkers were shocked when I told them that it wasn’t a part of our Christmas rituals!

Strawberry Au Lait (or Strawberry Olé as it is sometimes hilariously romanized) is also fairly popular here, so a soda version isn’t that far of a stretch. Well, ok, Strawberry Milk soda might be a little odd–there aren’t a lot of strawberry sodas out there to begin with, and milk sounds like a pretty wacky flavor for your fizzy drink. Cream sodas are common enough though, and the milkiness falls squarely in that category.

The bottle is super cute, much like a toddler wearing a giant strawberry costume. Polka dots! A leafy green Kermit the Frog collar! Add a slightly metallic hue and you’ve got nothing less than adorable.

But how does it taste? In a word, fabulous.

Pinkie Pie approves of this soda!

Now, I’ll be honest–it’s candy sweet, and bears little resemblance to the fruit it was named after. If you hate artificial strawberry flavoring, you will hate this soda.

But for me, it’s nicely balanced with the creaminess and the artificial flavoring isn’t overpowering. Sean was content with a single sip of mine (he might have mentioned that even the scent was too strong for him…) but I will definitely be buying more of this crazy concoction.

There aren’t enough strawberry sodas on the market (are there any?) and I for one, wish this could become part of the regular Pepsi line up. But as is always the way, in a few short weeks it will be relegated to the bargain bins, and then it will disappear forever, leaving nothing but memories of its creamy, fruity goodness.


Japan is Getting a Strawberry Milk-Flavored Pepsi - Recipes

Yes! It’s here! The day has finally arrived for the new Winter Pepsi flavor! We’ve been waiting for this one for a while–how could you not be excited for Strawberry Milk flavored cola?

Pepsi Japan has a long line of insane seasonal flavors–this past summer’s Caribbean Gold Pepsi and last winter’s Mont Blanc Pepsi are just two recent offerings. So tasty, and yet so ridiculous! A clever marketing ploy on the part of Suntory, the flavors are usually more for the novelty than anything else–and it certainly does get people talking (myself included, obviously.)

Now, Strawberry Milk may seem like a bizarre soda flavor, especially for Winter. Strawberries are usually considered a summer fruit in the US, but here in Japan they’re actually often associated with winter and early spring.

Usually grown in greenhouses, strawberries are one of the most important ingredients in the ubiquitous Christmas cake, a strange and spongy descendant of strawberry shortcake that everyone seems convinced is the traditional Western holiday dessert. My coworkers were shocked when I told them that it wasn’t a part of our Christmas rituals!

Strawberry Au Lait (or Strawberry Olé as it is sometimes hilariously romanized) is also fairly popular here, so a soda version isn’t that far of a stretch. Well, ok, Strawberry Milk soda might be a little odd–there aren’t a lot of strawberry sodas out there to begin with, and milk sounds like a pretty wacky flavor for your fizzy drink. Cream sodas are common enough though, and the milkiness falls squarely in that category.

The bottle is super cute, much like a toddler wearing a giant strawberry costume. Polka dots! A leafy green Kermit the Frog collar! Add a slightly metallic hue and you’ve got nothing less than adorable.

But how does it taste? In a word, fabulous.

Pinkie Pie approves of this soda!

Now, I’ll be honest–it’s candy sweet, and bears little resemblance to the fruit it was named after. If you hate artificial strawberry flavoring, you will hate this soda.

But for me, it’s nicely balanced with the creaminess and the artificial flavoring isn’t overpowering. Sean was content with a single sip of mine (he might have mentioned that even the scent was too strong for him…) but I will definitely be buying more of this crazy concoction.

There aren’t enough strawberry sodas on the market (are there any?) and I for one, wish this could become part of the regular Pepsi line up. But as is always the way, in a few short weeks it will be relegated to the bargain bins, and then it will disappear forever, leaving nothing but memories of its creamy, fruity goodness.


Japan is Getting a Strawberry Milk-Flavored Pepsi - Recipes

Yes! It’s here! The day has finally arrived for the new Winter Pepsi flavor! We’ve been waiting for this one for a while–how could you not be excited for Strawberry Milk flavored cola?

Pepsi Japan has a long line of insane seasonal flavors–this past summer’s Caribbean Gold Pepsi and last winter’s Mont Blanc Pepsi are just two recent offerings. So tasty, and yet so ridiculous! A clever marketing ploy on the part of Suntory, the flavors are usually more for the novelty than anything else–and it certainly does get people talking (myself included, obviously.)

Now, Strawberry Milk may seem like a bizarre soda flavor, especially for Winter. Strawberries are usually considered a summer fruit in the US, but here in Japan they’re actually often associated with winter and early spring.

Usually grown in greenhouses, strawberries are one of the most important ingredients in the ubiquitous Christmas cake, a strange and spongy descendant of strawberry shortcake that everyone seems convinced is the traditional Western holiday dessert. My coworkers were shocked when I told them that it wasn’t a part of our Christmas rituals!

Strawberry Au Lait (or Strawberry Olé as it is sometimes hilariously romanized) is also fairly popular here, so a soda version isn’t that far of a stretch. Well, ok, Strawberry Milk soda might be a little odd–there aren’t a lot of strawberry sodas out there to begin with, and milk sounds like a pretty wacky flavor for your fizzy drink. Cream sodas are common enough though, and the milkiness falls squarely in that category.

The bottle is super cute, much like a toddler wearing a giant strawberry costume. Polka dots! A leafy green Kermit the Frog collar! Add a slightly metallic hue and you’ve got nothing less than adorable.

But how does it taste? In a word, fabulous.

Pinkie Pie approves of this soda!

Now, I’ll be honest–it’s candy sweet, and bears little resemblance to the fruit it was named after. If you hate artificial strawberry flavoring, you will hate this soda.

But for me, it’s nicely balanced with the creaminess and the artificial flavoring isn’t overpowering. Sean was content with a single sip of mine (he might have mentioned that even the scent was too strong for him…) but I will definitely be buying more of this crazy concoction.

There aren’t enough strawberry sodas on the market (are there any?) and I for one, wish this could become part of the regular Pepsi line up. But as is always the way, in a few short weeks it will be relegated to the bargain bins, and then it will disappear forever, leaving nothing but memories of its creamy, fruity goodness.


Japan is Getting a Strawberry Milk-Flavored Pepsi - Recipes

Yes! It’s here! The day has finally arrived for the new Winter Pepsi flavor! We’ve been waiting for this one for a while–how could you not be excited for Strawberry Milk flavored cola?

Pepsi Japan has a long line of insane seasonal flavors–this past summer’s Caribbean Gold Pepsi and last winter’s Mont Blanc Pepsi are just two recent offerings. So tasty, and yet so ridiculous! A clever marketing ploy on the part of Suntory, the flavors are usually more for the novelty than anything else–and it certainly does get people talking (myself included, obviously.)

Now, Strawberry Milk may seem like a bizarre soda flavor, especially for Winter. Strawberries are usually considered a summer fruit in the US, but here in Japan they’re actually often associated with winter and early spring.

Usually grown in greenhouses, strawberries are one of the most important ingredients in the ubiquitous Christmas cake, a strange and spongy descendant of strawberry shortcake that everyone seems convinced is the traditional Western holiday dessert. My coworkers were shocked when I told them that it wasn’t a part of our Christmas rituals!

Strawberry Au Lait (or Strawberry Olé as it is sometimes hilariously romanized) is also fairly popular here, so a soda version isn’t that far of a stretch. Well, ok, Strawberry Milk soda might be a little odd–there aren’t a lot of strawberry sodas out there to begin with, and milk sounds like a pretty wacky flavor for your fizzy drink. Cream sodas are common enough though, and the milkiness falls squarely in that category.

The bottle is super cute, much like a toddler wearing a giant strawberry costume. Polka dots! A leafy green Kermit the Frog collar! Add a slightly metallic hue and you’ve got nothing less than adorable.

But how does it taste? In a word, fabulous.

Pinkie Pie approves of this soda!

Now, I’ll be honest–it’s candy sweet, and bears little resemblance to the fruit it was named after. If you hate artificial strawberry flavoring, you will hate this soda.

But for me, it’s nicely balanced with the creaminess and the artificial flavoring isn’t overpowering. Sean was content with a single sip of mine (he might have mentioned that even the scent was too strong for him…) but I will definitely be buying more of this crazy concoction.

There aren’t enough strawberry sodas on the market (are there any?) and I for one, wish this could become part of the regular Pepsi line up. But as is always the way, in a few short weeks it will be relegated to the bargain bins, and then it will disappear forever, leaving nothing but memories of its creamy, fruity goodness.


Japan is Getting a Strawberry Milk-Flavored Pepsi - Recipes

Yes! It’s here! The day has finally arrived for the new Winter Pepsi flavor! We’ve been waiting for this one for a while–how could you not be excited for Strawberry Milk flavored cola?

Pepsi Japan has a long line of insane seasonal flavors–this past summer’s Caribbean Gold Pepsi and last winter’s Mont Blanc Pepsi are just two recent offerings. So tasty, and yet so ridiculous! A clever marketing ploy on the part of Suntory, the flavors are usually more for the novelty than anything else–and it certainly does get people talking (myself included, obviously.)

Now, Strawberry Milk may seem like a bizarre soda flavor, especially for Winter. Strawberries are usually considered a summer fruit in the US, but here in Japan they’re actually often associated with winter and early spring.

Usually grown in greenhouses, strawberries are one of the most important ingredients in the ubiquitous Christmas cake, a strange and spongy descendant of strawberry shortcake that everyone seems convinced is the traditional Western holiday dessert. My coworkers were shocked when I told them that it wasn’t a part of our Christmas rituals!

Strawberry Au Lait (or Strawberry Olé as it is sometimes hilariously romanized) is also fairly popular here, so a soda version isn’t that far of a stretch. Well, ok, Strawberry Milk soda might be a little odd–there aren’t a lot of strawberry sodas out there to begin with, and milk sounds like a pretty wacky flavor for your fizzy drink. Cream sodas are common enough though, and the milkiness falls squarely in that category.

The bottle is super cute, much like a toddler wearing a giant strawberry costume. Polka dots! A leafy green Kermit the Frog collar! Add a slightly metallic hue and you’ve got nothing less than adorable.

But how does it taste? In a word, fabulous.

Pinkie Pie approves of this soda!

Now, I’ll be honest–it’s candy sweet, and bears little resemblance to the fruit it was named after. If you hate artificial strawberry flavoring, you will hate this soda.

But for me, it’s nicely balanced with the creaminess and the artificial flavoring isn’t overpowering. Sean was content with a single sip of mine (he might have mentioned that even the scent was too strong for him…) but I will definitely be buying more of this crazy concoction.

There aren’t enough strawberry sodas on the market (are there any?) and I for one, wish this could become part of the regular Pepsi line up. But as is always the way, in a few short weeks it will be relegated to the bargain bins, and then it will disappear forever, leaving nothing but memories of its creamy, fruity goodness.


Japan is Getting a Strawberry Milk-Flavored Pepsi - Recipes

Yes! It’s here! The day has finally arrived for the new Winter Pepsi flavor! We’ve been waiting for this one for a while–how could you not be excited for Strawberry Milk flavored cola?

Pepsi Japan has a long line of insane seasonal flavors–this past summer’s Caribbean Gold Pepsi and last winter’s Mont Blanc Pepsi are just two recent offerings. So tasty, and yet so ridiculous! A clever marketing ploy on the part of Suntory, the flavors are usually more for the novelty than anything else–and it certainly does get people talking (myself included, obviously.)

Now, Strawberry Milk may seem like a bizarre soda flavor, especially for Winter. Strawberries are usually considered a summer fruit in the US, but here in Japan they’re actually often associated with winter and early spring.

Usually grown in greenhouses, strawberries are one of the most important ingredients in the ubiquitous Christmas cake, a strange and spongy descendant of strawberry shortcake that everyone seems convinced is the traditional Western holiday dessert. My coworkers were shocked when I told them that it wasn’t a part of our Christmas rituals!

Strawberry Au Lait (or Strawberry Olé as it is sometimes hilariously romanized) is also fairly popular here, so a soda version isn’t that far of a stretch. Well, ok, Strawberry Milk soda might be a little odd–there aren’t a lot of strawberry sodas out there to begin with, and milk sounds like a pretty wacky flavor for your fizzy drink. Cream sodas are common enough though, and the milkiness falls squarely in that category.

The bottle is super cute, much like a toddler wearing a giant strawberry costume. Polka dots! A leafy green Kermit the Frog collar! Add a slightly metallic hue and you’ve got nothing less than adorable.

But how does it taste? In a word, fabulous.

Pinkie Pie approves of this soda!

Now, I’ll be honest–it’s candy sweet, and bears little resemblance to the fruit it was named after. If you hate artificial strawberry flavoring, you will hate this soda.

But for me, it’s nicely balanced with the creaminess and the artificial flavoring isn’t overpowering. Sean was content with a single sip of mine (he might have mentioned that even the scent was too strong for him…) but I will definitely be buying more of this crazy concoction.

There aren’t enough strawberry sodas on the market (are there any?) and I for one, wish this could become part of the regular Pepsi line up. But as is always the way, in a few short weeks it will be relegated to the bargain bins, and then it will disappear forever, leaving nothing but memories of its creamy, fruity goodness.


Japan is Getting a Strawberry Milk-Flavored Pepsi - Recipes

Yes! It’s here! The day has finally arrived for the new Winter Pepsi flavor! We’ve been waiting for this one for a while–how could you not be excited for Strawberry Milk flavored cola?

Pepsi Japan has a long line of insane seasonal flavors–this past summer’s Caribbean Gold Pepsi and last winter’s Mont Blanc Pepsi are just two recent offerings. So tasty, and yet so ridiculous! A clever marketing ploy on the part of Suntory, the flavors are usually more for the novelty than anything else–and it certainly does get people talking (myself included, obviously.)

Now, Strawberry Milk may seem like a bizarre soda flavor, especially for Winter. Strawberries are usually considered a summer fruit in the US, but here in Japan they’re actually often associated with winter and early spring.

Usually grown in greenhouses, strawberries are one of the most important ingredients in the ubiquitous Christmas cake, a strange and spongy descendant of strawberry shortcake that everyone seems convinced is the traditional Western holiday dessert. My coworkers were shocked when I told them that it wasn’t a part of our Christmas rituals!

Strawberry Au Lait (or Strawberry Olé as it is sometimes hilariously romanized) is also fairly popular here, so a soda version isn’t that far of a stretch. Well, ok, Strawberry Milk soda might be a little odd–there aren’t a lot of strawberry sodas out there to begin with, and milk sounds like a pretty wacky flavor for your fizzy drink. Cream sodas are common enough though, and the milkiness falls squarely in that category.

The bottle is super cute, much like a toddler wearing a giant strawberry costume. Polka dots! A leafy green Kermit the Frog collar! Add a slightly metallic hue and you’ve got nothing less than adorable.

But how does it taste? In a word, fabulous.

Pinkie Pie approves of this soda!

Now, I’ll be honest–it’s candy sweet, and bears little resemblance to the fruit it was named after. If you hate artificial strawberry flavoring, you will hate this soda.

But for me, it’s nicely balanced with the creaminess and the artificial flavoring isn’t overpowering. Sean was content with a single sip of mine (he might have mentioned that even the scent was too strong for him…) but I will definitely be buying more of this crazy concoction.

There aren’t enough strawberry sodas on the market (are there any?) and I for one, wish this could become part of the regular Pepsi line up. But as is always the way, in a few short weeks it will be relegated to the bargain bins, and then it will disappear forever, leaving nothing but memories of its creamy, fruity goodness.


Japan is Getting a Strawberry Milk-Flavored Pepsi - Recipes

Yes! It’s here! The day has finally arrived for the new Winter Pepsi flavor! We’ve been waiting for this one for a while–how could you not be excited for Strawberry Milk flavored cola?

Pepsi Japan has a long line of insane seasonal flavors–this past summer’s Caribbean Gold Pepsi and last winter’s Mont Blanc Pepsi are just two recent offerings. So tasty, and yet so ridiculous! A clever marketing ploy on the part of Suntory, the flavors are usually more for the novelty than anything else–and it certainly does get people talking (myself included, obviously.)

Now, Strawberry Milk may seem like a bizarre soda flavor, especially for Winter. Strawberries are usually considered a summer fruit in the US, but here in Japan they’re actually often associated with winter and early spring.

Usually grown in greenhouses, strawberries are one of the most important ingredients in the ubiquitous Christmas cake, a strange and spongy descendant of strawberry shortcake that everyone seems convinced is the traditional Western holiday dessert. My coworkers were shocked when I told them that it wasn’t a part of our Christmas rituals!

Strawberry Au Lait (or Strawberry Olé as it is sometimes hilariously romanized) is also fairly popular here, so a soda version isn’t that far of a stretch. Well, ok, Strawberry Milk soda might be a little odd–there aren’t a lot of strawberry sodas out there to begin with, and milk sounds like a pretty wacky flavor for your fizzy drink. Cream sodas are common enough though, and the milkiness falls squarely in that category.

The bottle is super cute, much like a toddler wearing a giant strawberry costume. Polka dots! A leafy green Kermit the Frog collar! Add a slightly metallic hue and you’ve got nothing less than adorable.

But how does it taste? In a word, fabulous.

Pinkie Pie approves of this soda!

Now, I’ll be honest–it’s candy sweet, and bears little resemblance to the fruit it was named after. If you hate artificial strawberry flavoring, you will hate this soda.

But for me, it’s nicely balanced with the creaminess and the artificial flavoring isn’t overpowering. Sean was content with a single sip of mine (he might have mentioned that even the scent was too strong for him…) but I will definitely be buying more of this crazy concoction.

There aren’t enough strawberry sodas on the market (are there any?) and I for one, wish this could become part of the regular Pepsi line up. But as is always the way, in a few short weeks it will be relegated to the bargain bins, and then it will disappear forever, leaving nothing but memories of its creamy, fruity goodness.


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Comments:

  1. Dotilar

    Fascinating answer

  2. Condon

    Fantastic :)

  3. Mazule

    Cool :) You can say it blew my brain! :)

  4. Eurymachus

    Thanks for the explanation. All ingenious is simple.



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