On the Shelf: Wild Cherry Pepsi, Orange Crush, & Mug Root Beer 32 Can “Combo Pack”

Wild Cherry Pepsi/Orange Crush/Mug Root Beer 32 can "Combo Pack"

Pepsi goes for flavor with this 32 can “Combo Pack” featuring Wild Cherry Pepsi, Orange Crush, and Mug Root Beer. Spotted in the Detroit area at Walmart and Sams Club by BevReview reader Bob Manning.

Review: Crush Blue Raspberry

Crush Blue Raspberry

Crush Blue Raspberry is probably one of the better flavor extensions to arrive in recent years for the brand. It produces a refreshing and unique taste that is ideal for stand-alone consumption when you just want something cold, bubbly, and flavorful.

Review: Crush Lime

Crush Lime

Crush Lime is very syrupy and fake in nature… and smells like a household cleaning product. It’s what is to be expected in the Fanta/Crush category of fruit-flavored soft drinks. Something that sort of tastes like the flavor on the label, but that’s about it. Quite disappointing.

Review: Cherry Crush

Cherry Crush

We give a thumbs up to Cherry Crush. Smart packaging, nice color, and best of all, a pretty tasty & unique cherry beverage from a mainstream beverage brand. It’s a nice addition to the Crush lineup!

News: Pepsi to distribute Crush

Pepsi has implemented a stop-gap measure to shore up their orange-flavored misfortunes such as Tropicana Twister Soda Orange. According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Pepsi Bottling Group has just signed a U.S. distribution deal for Dr Pepper Snapple Group’s Crush.

Review: Strawberry Crush

Strawberry Crush

If you like your soft drinks tasting like carbonated cough syrup, then Strawberry Crush is for you. Like most strawberry soft drinks, its flavor is extremely on the fake side. It tastes a lot like Fanta Strawberry, and that’s not a good thing. You are hit with an overtly sweet, syrupy taste that is compounded by the use of high fructose corn syrup.

Review: Orange Crush

Orange Crush

After having tasted Coke’s current orange soda entry (Fanta Orange) and Pepsi’s somewhat-forgotten product (Orange Slice), it was time to give the folks at Cadbury Schweppes a try, as they currently have the licensing rights to Orange Crush. Crush is somewhat hard to find these days, but it’s still around. I seem to remember seeing […]