Just as we are compelled to use Pepsiman for every story about Pepsi, so too is Japan compelled to release unique flavors of snacks and drinks that we'll never get to try in the west. The latest trick up Pepsi's sleeve is a new "Sakura" (cherry blossom) flavor, coming just in time for the spring cherry blossom viewing. More after the jump.
Japanese Pepsi bottler Suntory is preparing a new Pepsi seasonal flavor, and it's not as exotic as past glories like Salty Watermelon, Ice Cucumber, Baobab, or Strawberry milk, but it does look nice. Pepsi White celebrates "the joy of winter" with the flavor of mandarin orange - which come into season from fall to winter and is representative of New Year's food in Japan. More after the jump.
Japanese Pepsi bottler Suntory is infamous for its limited seasonal flavors, such as last summer's white sapote flavored Pepsi Caribbean Gold, Pepsi Ice Cucumber, Pepsi Baobab, or Pepsi Strawberry milk. Starting July 24th, Japanese consumers will be able to pick up the latest offering... watermelon, with a twist. Find out what after the jump.