Review: Pepsi 1893 – Original Cola


Pepsi 1893 - Original Cola

A marketing-driven product with not enough differentiation from standard Pepsi to be notable. Buy when discounted.

Review: 7-Select Premium by Jones – Bluesberry Smash


7-Select Premium by Jones - Bluesberry Smash

Try it only if you like knockoff cherry, strawberry, and raspberry flavor. Way too sweet and fake tasting. Like a bad Fanta on steroids.

Review: 7-Select Premium by Jones – Twisted Citrus


7-Select Premium by Jones - Twisted Citrus

Yellow like Dew, smells like Mello Yello. Clean cane sugar flavor, no syrupy aftertaste. Thumbs up!

Review: Monster Energy Gronk


Monster Energy Gronk

Unless you still think Deflategate was a conspiracy against the Patriots, you’ll want take a pass on this flavor. It’s a fumble.

Review: 7-Select Premium by Jones – Fruit Loose


7-Select Premium by Jones - Fruit Loose

Cane sugar take on fruit punch with flavors of cherry, orange, pineapple, lemon, and lime. Clean flavor, but quite sweet. Nothing earth shattering regarding flavor, but a solid taste overall. Worth a try at least once.

Review: 7-Select Premium by Jones – Cocolocolilinut


7 Select by Jones - Cocolocolilinut

A tasty flavor combo of coconut, pineapple, and mango. Refreshing and clean. Thumbs up!

Review: Mtn Dew Black Label


Mtn Dew Black Label

Despite the use of sugar, has a pretty subdued cherry taste. Nothing quite unique about it, other than the awesome can design. Meh.

Review: Mountain Dew Sangrita Blast


Mountain Dew Sangrita Blast

For a limited time during Summer 2015, Taco Bell-exclusive flavor Sangrita Blast is available in packaged form. Taste fruit punch-inspired Dew flavor that isn’t overpowering.

Review: Pepsi Max Cherry Blast 16 oz. Can


Pepsi Max Cherry Blast 16 oz Can

A standard cherry flavor extension for Pepsi Max, but unlike the flagship, this iteration is lacking the inclusion of ginseng. Worth a try.

On the Shelf: Monster Energy Ultra Sunrise & Monster Energy Unleaded


Monster Energy Ultra Sunrise & Unleaded

Monster Energy looks to take on Mountain Dew Kickstart. And a caffeine free Monster? What’s that all about?