Limited edition holiday release from 2009. Pretty much tastes like a cream soda with a hint of cherry. Nothing amazing.
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?
Looks like Pepsi will be discontinuing Pepsi Twist this summer, per this article from CNN: Pepsi looking to ‘Jazz’ up colas? Sources say the No. 2 soft drink company plans to launch new fruit-flavored diet cola brand this summer. By Parija Bhatnagar, CNNMoney.com staff writer April 7, 2006: 11:36 AM EDT NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) – […]
Pepsi is pulling the plug on Pepsi Vanilla this summer. This is part of the rollout of the new Diet Pepsi Jazz line of drinks.
It’s the end of the line for Diet Coke with Lemon. Will folks now buy carbonated water and a bottle of Pledge to relive the experience?
Coke is pulling the plug on both Vanilla Coke and Diet Vanilla Coke (though they leave the door open for them to return.) Drinks will be replaced by and Diet Black Cherry Vanilla Coke.
It looks like the end of the line for 7Up‘s dnL spinoff. It’s being discontinued, per the folks at BevNet.com: DNP for 7UP’s dnL Company will focus on 7UP Plus, instead dnL, a caffeinated version of 7UP that the company started selling in 2002 to compete with energy drinks, won’t last the year. The company […]
It’s official. Pepsi Blue is dead. Here’s an article from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that provides the bad news. Little-noticed Pepsi Blue gone after two years By Scott Leith The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 05/01/04 Check your refrigerator: If there’s an old bottle of Pepsi Blue, you have a bit of a collector’s item. Berry-flavored Pepsi Blue, launched […]