- 2.07.11 - 9:30AM
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- Hillary Buckholtz
16 Sodas You Will Never Drink Again
I have some bad news. It's the future. I know, it happened so fast. Weren't we just wearing Umbros over neon bike shorts, eating Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Pudding Pies, and grooving to Escape Club's "Wild Wild West" last week?
More bad news: in the future, many of the awesome (and sometimes awful) beverages you drank as a kid are gone. Lost in time. Extinct. I'm sorry. So grab a koozie and some crazy straws, and let's pour out a little Crystal Pepsi for the soda homies that are no longer with us.
New York Seltzer
Pizza parlors and bagel shops were never the same after 1993, when New York Seltzer (based in California, natch) went bankrupt.
Less addictive than crystal meth, more tasty than crystal gravy. We cherish that magic moment in the 90's when Crystal Pepsi ruled.
We weren't mad at Coke, we were just disappointed. Except for one lady, who was livid.
Super Mario Bros. Soda
After a few tiny cans of Mario soda, Princess Peach's world was just about ready to be rocked.
We're still not sure what's in Guarana. Probably panthers.
Imagine drinking a lava lamp filled with balls.
diet in the 80s then you remember chocolate soda.
online grassroots soda activism of Eric Karkovack and his compatriots has served as an inspiring model for other reform movements around the world; most recently, Egypt.
Snapple Tru Root Beer
crazy fruit-flavored Pepsis.
Pepsi Tropical Chill
You know when gum is so sweet and juicy that you just swallow it, and then you feel sick? Drinking Hubba Bubba soda was like that.
Pro tip: you can sort of duplicate Apple Slice by making a half and half mixture of apple juice and Sprite.
the parties were legendary.
new products. Eh, but what the hell, they went ahead with it anyway. Despite involvement from artist Daniel Clowes, the results were not "OK."
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