After being on the market just 17 months, Coca-Cola BlaK has been discontinued in the United States. Perhaps it was the poor taste or the bad concept that killed the drink. Or perhaps no one was stupid enough to pay $2 for an 8 oz. bottle of Coke! Why didn’t you like it?
Sierra Mist Free Cranberry Splash is returning for holiday 2007, per industry insiders. This lovely, cherry-flavored drink will be joined by a diet version for the first time, Sierra Mist Free Cranberry Splash.
Is there a big difference between regular Coca-Cola and an imported version such as Mexican Coke? You bet there is! Learn a little history about HFCS in American beverages, what Mexican Coke and Passover have in common, and how to find a quality cane sugar-sweetened version in your neck of the woods!
While we have already extensively reviewed Mountain Dew Game Fuel… and found it to be lacking, that hasn’t stopped the marketing machine from kicking into full gear.
Pepsi has released an official press release about the new beverage… and it’s funny to see what they talk about vs. what they don’t talk about. (Hint: It’s not about the drink!)
Another limited edition from the folks at Pepsi, Mountain Dew Game Fuel is a cherry-ish version that contains the highest amount of caffeine for a currently-available Mountain Dew product. Marketed specifically at video game players, notably with a promotional tie-in for Halo 3 on the Xbox 360, the drink is similar — yet substantially different — from Dew siblings Mountain Dew Code Red and Mountain Dew LiveWire. Still, as our beverage review denotes, the drink starts out with a lot of potential, but finishes with an poor aftertaste experience.