A standard cherry flavor extension for Pepsi Max, but unlike the flagship, this iteration is lacking the inclusion of ginseng. Worth a try.
BevReview.com takes a look at the beverage-related Super Bowl commercials. Sex vs. Pepsi Max. Stay classy, Pepsi!
BevReview.com takes a look at the beverage-related Super Bowl commercials. Nothing says “hey, Pepsi Max is our competitor to Coke Zero” quite like getting hit in the groin with a can or two!
BevReview.com takes a look at the beverage-related Super Bowl commercials. Apparently, Pepsi Max helps you maintain a relationship… or gives you the opportunity to hit a jogger in the head with a 12 oz can!
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.