Mmmmm…. Saccharin! Celebrate Name Your Poison Day with this 1980 can of Diet Pepsi!
Natalie Portman returns for her second Diet Pepsi appearance, this time on a can labeled “#18 Padme”. It’s all part of BevReview’s “Phantom Phridays”, our tribute to the 1999 Star Wars: Episode 1: The Phantom Menace Pepsi Cans promotion. “You’re a funny little Diet Pepsi can. How do you know so much?”
Review: Pepsi Max Cease Fire with Doritos 1st Degree Burn Blazin’ Jalapeno, Doritos 2nd Degree Burn Fiery Buffalo, and Doritos 3rd Degree Burn Scorchin’ Habanero
Pepsi Max Cease Fire had the possibility to expand the Pepsi Max line with a nice lime-inspired flavor. However, the result is underwhelming, with a drink that doesn’t go far enough in creating a difference from the flagship. Additionally, the “companion” chips available in the Doritos Burn lineup offer plenty of heat, but their flames are in no way quenched by the addition of Cease Fire.
Another Super Bowl has come and gone, and with it, a whole new batch of high-profile commercials. Given that we’re a beverage reviewing site, I’d like to take a look at the non-alcoholic drink ads that graced our TVs during the matchup between the Cardinals and Steelers. We’ve done detailed analysis on each of these ads individually, but here’s a quick overview…
BevReview.com takes a look at the beverage-related Super Bowl commercials. Diet Pepsi Max is relaunched on the big stage as Pepsi Max, a diet drink for men. Will this relaunched product — with new logo, name, and positioning — help in Pepsi’s battle against Coke Zero?