I don’t drink a lot of soda but I do like Pepsi Max on rare occasions.
Anime has taught me that Pepsi is better.
I was sure Todd would have a Cracked article about this.
Hello. My name is Todd.
Weird Japanese soda is awesome, boo fake Todd!
Your face is weird booooo fake news awesome Japanese soda!
Wait now you are fake Tim!
My face isn’t that weird. Here is me. I may or may not be in the bathroom at a punk show.
First time at the glory hole?
Nobody famous. A longtime friend of mine is headlining a trans punk night in Brooklyn.
I can taste the difference (as a kid though, I also used to be able to tell different coloured Smarties by taste alone, so …)
Pepsi Max > Coke Zero
Ronnie is right though:
(My fridge at work is full of these)
What is extra about the XTRA version?
I presume from the small text that it’s a zero sugar version like Coke Zero.
Looks like it:
Yeah, it’s their updated sugar-free version, the equivalent of Pepsi Max or Coke Zero, compared to Diet Pepsi or Diet Coke. Tastes more like the original, no calories.
I can sometimes get the zero sugar version which is different to that.
It could be the ‘manly’ version which I believe was the main reason for Coke Zero, a lot of men didn’t want to buy ‘diet’ drinks.
Edit: Okay Mike answered that as I was typing.
The last time I was in Edinburgh I spotted a WH Smith’s in the airport which had a wall dedicated just to Irn Bru.
Thanks for clarifying that while I was asleep, Lorcan. I had assumed everyone knew how to read column headings and to compare the per 100ml listings. The Coke nutrition is off a large bottle rather than a can, which is why it has a 250ml serving rather than 330ml.
And much like Dave, I don’t drink San Pellegrino because it has less sugar and I think it’s therefore healthier or anything, it’s just a nice, equally (un)healthy, alternative to cola.