Review: Sprite Remix Tropical

Back in February 2003, Coke announced that they would be rolling out a flavored version of Sprite called Sprite Remix (later referred to as Sprite Remix Tropical).

Sprite Remix Tropical

According to the press release, "Sprite Remix will feature a new tropical version of the great taste of Sprite and will be launched with a unique graphic treatment of the signature Sprite logo. Sprite Remix gives people another way to enjoy their Sprite," said Chris Lowe, chief marketing officer, Coca-Cola North America.

Another way to enjoy their Sprite? Um, OK.

Well, I got my hands on some of this Remix stuff last week. I've been shying away from caffinated drinks for a couple months now (I'm a light sleeper), so I was excited about the idea of another non-caffinated flavor option… I think Sprite Remix is a good product. Still tastes like Sprite, but with a nice and fresh "fruitiness" in the flavor. It's pretty tasty and light. I'm not a big fan of the packaging, but it does taste good.


  1. I take pleasure in, lead to I discovered exactly
    what I used to be having a look for. You have ended my four day lengthy hunt!
    God Bless you man. Have a great day. Bye

  2. TIMOTHY HILL says:

    I like Sprite remix

  3. Review: Sprite Remix Tropical –


  1. [...] year, Coke released a new version of Sprite called Sprite Remix. This happened to be a Tropical flavor that tasted fruity, yet still had the light, Sprite feeling. [...]

  2. [...] a nice change of pace as well, having a unique flavor that can probably be described as "Sprite Remix Tropical with more fruity [...]

  3. [...] up Coke's tradition of changing the Sprite Remix line every year or so (first we had Sprite Remix Tropical and then we had Sprite Remix Berryclear), it looks like we may be in store for Sprite Remix Aruba [...]

  4. [...] the rebranding of Diet Sprite to Sprite Zero and the trio of short-term Remix flavored drinks (Sprite Remix Tropical, Sprite Remix Berryclear, Sprite Remix Aruba Jam). Per Coke's press release about the new drink, [...]

  5. [...] and 7Up Plus Cherry. Coke experimented with extensions of Sprite years ago as well. Do you remember Sprite Remix Tropical, Sprite Remix Berryclear, and Sprite Remix Aruba [...]

  6. [...] I'd probably say that it harkens back to what we originally had with the Sprite Remix lineup (Tropical, Berryclear, Aruba Jam), may it rest in piece. Overall, The Grove is a very pleasant soft drink. [...]