Review: Pepsi 1893 – Ginger Cola

Pepsi 1893 - Ginger Cola

Unfortunately, it’s not the rebirth of Pepsi Holiday Spice. But as a one-off novelty, it’s worth a try.

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: 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.

Review: Surge (2014)

Surge (2014)

It arrived in the 90′s. Challenged Mountain Dew. Failed. Grew a rabid fanbase. Now Surge returns 12 years after being discontinued. Is the fuss worth it?

Review: Sprite Blast

Sprite Blast

This mostly-sour version of Sprite is a nice break to mix up your taste buds, but flavor doesn’t seem like something that would be sustainable in the marketplace in the long run.

Can Olympics: Sticks with Fire

2013 Coke Winter Olympics Can from Russia

Hockey sticks are needed to keep the blue flame burning on this 2013 Coca-Cola Winter Olympics Can from Russia.

Can Olympics: Coke Likes Snowflakes

1988 Coke Winter Olympics Can

“C” is for Coke, Calgary, and Snowflakes?

Can Olympics: Do You Believe in Coke Miracles? YES!

1988 Coke Winter Olympics Can, showcasing 1980 Games

U.S. vs. USSR. Olympic Hockey. The Miracle on Ice. It’s all here on this Coke can celebrating the 1980 Winter Olympics!

Can Olympics: The French Love Cherry Coke

1988 Diet Coke Winter Olympics Can, showcasing 1968 Games

Grenoble is French for “Cherry Coke Olympic Can”!

Can Olympics: Walt Likes Sprite

1988 Sprite Winter Olympics Can, showcasing 1960 Games

Did you know that Walt Disney was in charge of both the Opening & Closing Ceremonies for the 1960 Winter Olympics in Squaw Valley, California?