Filed under: pepsi
Boy, this stuff has been out for almost two years (and apparently its doing awfully) and I’ve never tried the grape flavor.
It was better than Grape Fanta. Grape Fanta is a little bit syrupy tasting.
I was eating some M&M’s while I was watching old commercials a few weekends ago.
I forgot that Aquafina made 24 oz six packs.
Ah, Coke’s new balleyhooed sparking tea that is a calorie burner — but make sure not to exceed three cans a day! The can says:
drinking more than three cans a day will not have an additional effect
The berry was the best of the three flavors. Peach was too candy like and green was lacking something.
I thought this was going to taste like MD Code Red, but with an energy drink kick, but it didn’t. It was real tart.
Diet Coke cans that look like this have been spotted on the posters and downloads section of dietcoke.com:
That looks a lot better than the current one if this is true. That current can is on my “ugly can” list.
The new looks is also going to be spotted on the upcoming Diet Coke Plus:
For some reason I saved this way back in 1997 when I was in the 8th grade and Surge had only been out a few months:
Filed under: discontinued
Everybody who is anybody remembers Orbitz from Clearly Canadian from 1996. Well, I was bored looking for discontinued food products on Google, when I ran across this message board on cheapassgamer. From this post:
Originally Posted by Clearly Canadian
Thank you for your inquiry regarding Orbitz and for taking the time to contact us. While we no longer manufacture or sell Orbitz, there may be some remaining product on store shelves in certain areas of North America. Unfortunately, we do not have any information on where to obtain our discontinued beverages.
Orbitz was a very innovative and fun beverage for our consumers, however, we made the decision to discontinue the beverage a couple of years ago to focus our attention on creating more new beverages for our consumers to enjoy.
There has been some preliminary discussion on bringing Orbitz back in 2007 or 2008, but at this time we have no definite plans.
We would like to keep your email on file to contact you in the event that we do re-launch Orbitz.
If there is anything else we can provide to you, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Clearly Canadian Beverage Corporation
The original post was from June of last year. We’ll have to see it to believe it.