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International sighting: Pepsi Summer Mix
Posted: 23:54 Thu 25-Oct-2007. Price: $1. Location: Chinatown, San Francisco.
"Our Pepsi Summer Mix was a limited edition for the season that had survived into the start of October by hiding in the corner of a dusty fridge. It's regular Pepsi with a strong taste of Starburst (Opal Fruits). Nice, but toooo sweeeet," begins "charl", before adding her voice to fans of US Coca Cola Cherry Zero, finding it to have "much of the yummy flavour of real Cherry Coke without the heavy sugar syrup flavour. At zero calories, the only question is why it's not available in the UK...
Although perhaps with the recent mangled translations of
Diet Coke Plus and
Diet Coke with Cherry on this side of the Atlantic, maybe it will taste best in the imagination of Snackspotters. One more crushing disappointment may be too many."
...Speaking of which, Everything-a-Pound shops are the only places I can think of suggesting to "Maureen", who declares last year's
Pepsi Max Cino to be: "Absolutely delicious with brandy or whisky, hadn't noticed it was a different bottle (so cannot remember where I bought it), have been searching ALL supermarkets and every shop in four different towns. Help..."
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Posted: 16:02 Mon 29-Oct-2007 by "Netizen"
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Comment: I can confirm that Poundland and Fulton Foods did have a fairly large stock of Pepsi Max Cino some months ago, but I haven't seen it in so long I think all the stock is finished. At 2x2L for £1 who can blame me for buying it all! It's really nice with vodka too.
Posted: 14:41 Thu 15-Nov-2007 by "Daved"
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Comment: Good but I love the Pepsi jazz brand more.
This one kind of remembers me of Pepsi Tropical what was short lived in late 94.
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