Unique Cola And Pepsi Taste In Japan

Unique Cola And Pepsi Taste In Japan

Summer in Japan is a time when thirst coller is needed, one of them is cold fizzy drinks. Recently the Coca Cola Company has just launched Cucumber Sprites in England and Russia. The flavor variant retains the original lemon and lime flavor of the Sprite by adding a little cucumber to add fresh flavor.

According to Coca Cola, the Sprite maker, said that they were inspired by cucumber water which is a very popular drink in cafes and restaurants, especially in the summer. However, no one has produced this as a carbonated drink.

Previously Pepsi Cucumber had been launched in Japan amidst not so big fanfare. It feels really like a real Japanese cucumber that tastes sweeter than a regular cucumber. The presence of the cucumber sprite’s taste, caused Japanese consumers to reminisce with unique soda drinks that were once sold in Japan.

Some of these soda drinks are:

Pepsi Christmas
Pepsi Sakura
Pepsi Ghost
Pepsi White
Pepsi Pink
Pepsi Strong
Lemon & Mint Pepsi
Pepsi Salted Watermelon
Pepsi Shiso
Pepsi Cucumber
Pepsi Chestnut
Pepsi Blue
Pepsi Red
Pepsi Caribbean Gold
Pepsi Blue Hawaii
Pepsi Baobab
Pepsi X
Pepsi Carnival
Coca Cola:

Coca-Cola Lemon
Coca-Cola Lime
Coco-Cola Orange
Cherry Coke
Coca-Cola Life

Japan is well-known for its unique taste, making beverage producers compete for the latest taste innovations. What do you think? What sense do you want to try?

Typical Japanese Drinks Favored By Tourist

Typical Japanese Drinks Favored By Tourist

Japanese charm does not only come from the beauty of the tourist destination. You will be addicted after trying the culinary kick on the tongue. Examples such as ramen and sushinya. Not to mention the typical Japanese drink that tastes refreshing. Do you know anything? Some are below.

Japan is not only famous for its tea. You can also enjoy a serving of shaved ice known as Kakigori. Usually, this menu is served with a mixture of fruit flavor syrup, sweetened condensed milk, and additional slices of fresh fruit. Later this variant of shaved ice is increasingly diverse. In fact, some are combined with matcha.

Want to feel the tea that tastes anti mainstream? Try Sobacha. This drink is in the form of a spicy tea. The material used to make it comes from buckwheat seeds or grilled berries. Its properties do warm and refresh the body. However, you need to know if Sobacha has alcohol in it.

No less popular than Sobacha, there is another drink containing alcohol in it. Especially if it’s not Sake made from rice and yeast. Both ingredients are fermented together with water. Interestingly, there are also alcohol-free sake products. Want to try Sake? It’s best to think twice!