List Rules Regular Pepsi flavors only (no diet). Vote up the flavors that you'd want to try!
If you're a Pepsi drinker, you probably know some of the different Pepsi flavors they've rolled out over the years: Pepsi Wild Cherry, Pepsi Vanilla. . . you probably even know about Crystal Pepsi, a discontinued soda that was one of the best things to happen to the '90s. But we're betting you've never tried Pepsi products flavored with cucumber, watermelon, ginger, yogurt or coffee. A lot of these Pepsi drinks were only available for a span of few months and in different countries around the world, so if you have tried them all then be sure to vote them up or down accordingly.
Japanese Pepsi flavors tend to be the weirdest—at least according to Western tastes. But there are some pretty weird Pepsi flavors that originated in the U.S., South America, Europe, and Canada too. If you can't get enough Pepsi cola, some of these flavors are still available overseas or on Ebay if you search hard enough. Learn about some Pepsi flavors from around the world below and vote up the ones you'd like to try!
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Pepsi sweetened with sugar instead of High-fructose corn syrup. It also doesn't contain citric acid.
Released in the U.S. and Canada in 2003 as Pepsi's answer to Vanilla Coke.
You know it. You love it. It tasted like Pepsi, but it was clear. Sold from '92-'93.
Pepsi Ice Cream
An ice cream flavored Pepsi that was sold in Russia.
Pepsi Blue Hawaii
A summer 2008 limited edition in Japan, pineapple and lemon-flavored Pepsi, blue in color.
Pepsi made with only natural ingredients. Sold in 2009 and canceled after 2 years.
Introduced onto the market in the spring of 2005. Currently sold in Canada.
Pepsi Raging Razzberry
This didn't really taste like raspberry, but was considered a raspberry "twist," whatever that means.
A sweet coconut and fruit punch-like soda sold in a purple and blue can.
Almost identical to Pepsi Holiday Spice, with nutmeg and cocoa added. Sold in '07-'08.