List of Pepsi variations

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PepsiCo has produced a number of variations on its primary cola, Pepsi, over the years, including the following:


North America[edit]

  • Pepsi: PepsiCo's signature cola flavor and its namesake cola, released in its current form in 1961.
  • Pepsi Free: Introduced in 1982 by PepsiCo as the first major-brand caffeine-free cola. Today, it is sold as Caffeine-Free Pepsi and Caffeine-Free Diet Pepsi.
  • Pepsi Wild Cherry: Introduced in 1988, it is cherry flavored cola. Known as Wild Cherry Pepsi until 2005. It was named Wild Cherry to not be confused with Coke's Cherry variation. Available nationally in the United States, Canada and Russia. The American version of Pepsi Wild Cherry Free is available in some European countries.
  • Pepsi AM: Contains more caffeine than a regular Pepsi and marketed as a morning drink. Introduced in 1989 and discontinued in 1990.
  • Pepsi Raging Razzberry, Strawberry Burst and Tropical Chill: Available in test markets in 1991.
  • Crystal Pepsi: the clear version of regular Pepsi; introduced in 1992 and sold until 1993. It returned in 2015 as part of a limited sweepstakes promotion, and has been re-released several times since.
    • Crystal from Pepsi: Discontinued citrus/cola hybrid released in 1994; reformulation of Crystal Pepsi[1]
    • Pepsi Clear: Clear Pepsi released in Mexico as a limited edition during Christmas 2005; it is the Mexican equivalent of Crystal Pepsi.
  • Pepsi Kona, a coffee-flavored cola which was test-marketed in Philadelphia from 1996 to 1997. The test marketing never led to a full release due to low sales.
  • Pepsi 100: Only available for a limited time to celebrate 100 years of the drink in 1998. It came back in 2003 to celebrate the name.
  • Pepsi Candy: Sold in Canada in Spring 1999 as a sweeter version with a fruity taste.
  • Pepsi Twist: A lemon-flavored variety first released in 2000. Still sold in Venezuela, Brazil, Cambodia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Netherlands, Turkey, Poland, Serbia, Portugal, Spain, Romania, Slovakia and Greece. Pepsi Twist was released in Sweden and Finland in 2003 but has since been discontinued in both countries.
  • Pepsi Blue: A blue colored fruity soda (described as a "Berry Cola Fusion") released in 2002. Given a huge marketing push, often considered a major flop on the order of New Coke. No longer produced. In Iceland, Pepsi Blue was sold for a brief period of time during the winter of 2003/2004, and in India during the 2003 Cricket World Cup. It was sold for a longer period in Austria, and is still available in some parts of Mexico. It is also still available in Indonesia. It was also sold in the Philippines for a limited time only; usually, it appears during Christmas season. Likewise, it was sold for a limited time in Australia, Bulgaria, Finland, Poland, Romania and Turkey.[citation needed]
  • Pepsi Vanilla: Released in Canada and the US in 2003 as Pepsi's answer to Vanilla Coke. Contains vanilla extract as well as both natural and artificial flavors. Re-launched as Cherry Vanilla Pepsi in 2010 with the addition of natural cherry flavor. Re-launched with real sugar in June 2014, and again in November 2018. Re-launched in its original form in 2019.[2]
  • Pepsi X Energy Cola: Released in 2004, contains more caffeine than regular Pepsi, and also contains guaranine. Pepsi is the first major cola brand to have an energy drink line extension. The cola-based product has a unique flavor and a reddish tint. It was available in several countries like Russia, Sweden, Denmark, The Netherlands, Vietnam, Brazil etc.
  • Pepsi Holiday Spice: a limited edition variety which the company began selling November 1, 2004 in the U.S. and Canada for an eight-week period, and again in the 2006 Christmas season. It is flavored with a seasonal finish of cinnamon, somewhat similar to the Swedish Julmust.
    • Christmas Pepsi: Almost identical to Pepsi Holiday Spice, with nutmeg and cocoa added to the ingredients list, and was marketed over the 2007 and 2008 Christmas seasons.
  • Pepsi Lime: with lime flavor added, introduced onto the market in 2005 to rival Coca-Cola Lime. Currently sold in Canada, Russia, and Uganda alongside Diet Pepsi Lime. Diet Pepsi Lime returned to the US in 2018, and Pepsi Lime will be returning in 2019. (Pepsi Lime Free is available in some European countries)
  • Pepsi Gold: Limited edition gold colored variant as part of a 2006 FIFA World Cup and ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 promotion. It had a hint of ginger, but nowhere near the spice level of Pepsi Red, and was sold in Southeast Asia, Central Europe, Finland, Russia, Turkey, and The Middle East. Re-released as Pepsi Cheer for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
  • Pepsi Fresh: Made only for summer 2007.[specify]
  • Pepsi Summer Mix: Pepsi with tropical fruit flavors. Released in early Spring of 2007, and was discontinued Fall to Winter of 2007. Was available in limited areas only; was a big hit for the northeastern United States.
  • Lemon Pepsi: Limited Edition Pepsi variation to promote NFL kickoff 2008, tasted the same as Pepsi Twist
  • Pepsi Raw: "a new cola made with only natural ingredients", released in select markets in 2009 and discontinued along with its variant Pepsi Raw in 2011.
  • Pepsi Mojito: Lemon-flavored Pepsi, with a twist of mint. Alcohol-Free. Limited edition, summer 2009.
  • Pepsi Throwback: A version of Pepsi-Cola released several times beginning in 2009, and becoming a continuous flavor 2011. Sweetened with sugar instead of high-fructose corn syrup and lacking citric acid, known as Pepsi-Cola Made with Real Sugar from 2014.
  • Pepsi Cherry Vanilla: A Cherry-Vanilla-flavored Pepsi, released in May 2010 for the summer. Re-introduced for Valentine's Day 2016.
  • Pepsi X - 2012 release (Dragon Fruit Cola) Marketed from X Factor television show.
  • Pepsi Ginger: Sold only in Canada for a short time in 2016, Pepsi Ginger was a mix of ginger ale and cola.[3] It became well known during the time it was sold for its strong ginger taste.[citation needed]
  • Pepsi 1893: A line based on the original formulation by company founder Caleb Bradham, first released in 2016.
    • Original Cola: A combination of kola nuts, sugar, and sparkling water. Released in the United States March 2016.[4]
    • Ginger Cola: A caffeinated ginger cola beverage. Released in Canada (as "Pepsi Ginger Cola") and the United States in March 2016.[4]
    • Black Currant Cola: A currant and berry flavored cola beverage soft-launched in February 2017, with a full rollout scheduled for spring; discontinued later that year.[5]
    • Citrus Cola: A grapefruit-flavored cola released and discontinued concurrently with Black Currant.
  • Pepsi Fire: A cinnamon infused Pepsi flavor that was sold for a limited time in summer 2017.
  • Pepsi Salted Caramel: A caramel-flavored Pepsi that was released for a limited time in Winter 2017.
  • Pepsi Berry: A berry-flavored cola released in 2019.
  • Pepsi Mango: A mango-flavored cola released in 2019.
  • Pepsi Pineapple: A pineapple-flavored cola released in 2019. A Walmart exclusive.
  • Pepsi Freeze: Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, or Wild Cherry Pepsi-flavored slushee available at most convenience stores and some movie theatres


  • Pepsi Blue: sold in Bulgaria (where Pepsi (Blue), Pepsi Light (see Diet Pepsi Light below), Pepsi Twist and Pepsi MAX are also found sometimes),[6] Denmark, Finland, Italy, Romania, Hungary, and Turkey.
  • Pepsi Ice Cream: was sold in Russia, it reportedly tasted like cream soda.[7]
  • Pepsi Raw: cola made with all-natural ingredients and no artificial colours. No longer sold.[8]
  • Pepsi Boom: a fairing to Pepsi free of sugar, caffeine, and artificial sweetener; only sold in Germany, Italy, and Spain.
  • Pepsi Cream: a.k.a. Pepsi Vanilla and Ice Cream sold in France, Switzerland, and Germany in 2005.
  • Pepsi Cappuccino: (also known as Café Chino[9] and Max Cino[10]) Pepsi with a taste of coffee - was sold in Russia, Romania, and sold in other various parts of Europe.
  • Pepsi La Liga: Kola-flavored drink from Spain to promote La Liga in 2000.
  • Pepsi Samba: a "Tropical Flavoured Cola" containing the flavors mango and tamarind, distributed in Australia and could be found in some shops in Spain. It was released in Australia in the third quarter of 2005 and was expected to be in production for a limited time only.
  • Pepsi Peach: was sold in Portugal in 1996 and had a sweet peach taste. With a hint of cream soda and was Pepsi answer to Germany's Mezzo Mix. It vanished from Portuguese Portuguese store shelves due to poor sales. Pepsi has had similar flavors in other countries, using mango mixed with Pepsi.
  • Pepsi Summer Chill: "Chilled Apple Cola", sold in Poland during summer 2007; in the Czech Republic and Slovakia the same product was sold as Pepsi Ice.
  • Pepsi Tropical: sold in the UK and France in late 1994; it had a pineapple and sweet orange taste.
  • Pepsi Jaffa : Was available for short time in the Netherlands and the North of Belgium In restaurants and cafes in 2009.It was a Orange flavoured Pepsi but no bottle or cans just on tap.
  • Pepsi Punch: sold along with Pepsi Tropical in late 1994 in both the UK and France; it had a sweet coconut and fruit punch taste, and it was packaged in a purple and blue can.
  • Pepsi Raspberry* : Sold for Limited time in French stores.
  • Pepsi Twist Mojito: a Pepsi with a mix of lemon and mojito taste.
  • Pepsi Ginga: Pepsi Ginga is a summer edition of Pepsi sold in Romania & Denmark in 2014. Ginga is inspired by the Brazilian culture and has a citrus flavour.
  • Pepsi X : Sold in France
  • Pepsi Ginger : Sold at least in France in 2017/2018. Currently sold in the U.K. and also found in the Czech Republic and Hungary.
  • Pepsi Vanilla : Sold in Hungary.
  • Pepsi Mango : Sold in Hungary.


  • Pepsi Tropical: Short-lived drink that was available in the US, UK and Japan in late 1994.[11]
  • Pepsi Carnival: A tropical fruit-flavored Pepsi available in Japan for a limited time that debuted in summer 2006. The same concept was later released as Pepsi Summer Mix in 2007 in the US, although the formula was most likely different.
  • Pepsi Red and Gold: Released alongside each other in November 2006, Red had a ginger flavor that was somewhat spicy, while Gold's flavor was more a mild ginger taste.
  • Pepsi Ice Cucumber: Limited edition green, cucumber-flavored Pepsi sold in summer 2007.[12]
  • Pepsi Blue Hawaii: A summer 2008 limited edition, pineapple and lemon-flavored Pepsi, blue in color.[13]
  • Pepsi White: Limited edition Pepsi with yogurt flavor, sold in winter 2008.[14] It was released again for a limited time in winter 2012 with a mandarin orange flavor.[15] Another variant called White Cola Pepsi was released in 2015, with a light citrus flavor similar to the2012 version.[16]
  • Pepsi Shiso: Limited edition green shiso-flavored soda sold during summer 2009.[17]
  • Pepsi Azuki: An azuki bean-flavored limited edition Pepsi released on October 20, 2009.[18]
  • Pepsi Baobab: A baobab tree fruit-flavored, limited edition Pepsi released on May 25, 2010.[19]
  • Pepsi Strong Shot: A limited edition Pepsi released in 2010 with a high concentration of caffeine and extra carbonation. Followed up on in 2015 with Pepsi Strong and Pepsi Strong Zero. These were sold in larger sizes and with an even higher concentration of caffeine and carbonation.[20] This was further followed up on in May 2016 with Pepsi Strong 5.0 GV, a soda so carbonated that a new bottle had to be designed to contain it.[21]
  • Pepsi Mont Blanc: a Limited edition Pepsi based on the French chestnut dessert. Sold for a limited time from October 2010.[22]
  • Pepsi Dry: Limited edition non-sweet (but not completely sugar-free) Bitter Pepsi variant released by Suntory on May 24, 2011.[23]
  • Pepsi Caribbean Gold: A limited edition, golden-colored, white sapote fruit-flavored Pepsi released on July 26, 2011.[24]
  • Pepsi Pink: Limited edition pink, strawberry milk-flavored Pepsi released on November 8, 2011 for a limited time.[25] It was released again in 2014.[26]
  • Pepsi Black: A soda similar to Pepsi Dry, with 50% less sugar than regular Pepsi, and blacker in color, released in Summer 2012, by Suntory.
  • Pepsi Extra: A caffeinated variant of Pepsi sold in 200 ml cans in summer 2012.
  • Pepsi Salty Watermelon: A watermelon flavored Pepsi, sold in Japan in June 2012 for a limited time only.
  • Pepsi Special: Has ingredient to limit absorption of fat. Sold in June 2012.
    • Pepsi Special Lemon Mint: A limited edition Pepsi released in the summer of 2015. It was a zero calorie soda touted to meet the Food for Specified Health Uses (FOSHU) standards.[27]
  • Pepsi Ghost: Released on October 6, 2015. The bottles featured Halloween themed labels, while the flavor was an unidentified mystery flavor.[28]
  • Pepsi Sakura: A floral cherry blossom flavored Pepsi, released in Japan in March 2016.[29]
  • Pepsi Orange: Orange flavour Pepsi Edition 2020.
  • Pepsi Christmas Cola: A limited edition, Christmas themed Pepsi released November 21, 2017. While not cake batter flavored, the creamy white cola and strawberry combination are reminiscent of the whipped cream and strawberries of a traditional Japanese Christmas cake.[30]
  • Pepsi Halloween Cola: Released in October 2017, this "mystery" flavor was pink, with a sweet cherry and bubblegum flavor. It also somewhat resembled past Sakura flavored Pepsi.[31]

Latin America[edit]

  • Pepsi Limón: Pepsi with lime flavor released in Mexico in 2002, later returns as Pepsi Twist in 2004, no longer produced.
  • Pepsi Twistão Sold during summertime in Brazil, it is a Pepsi with a lemon flavor stronger than regular Pepsi Twist. "Twistão", in Portuguese, is the augmentative of "Twist".
  • Pepsi Capuchino a blend of cola with mocha-latte coffee flavor. Released for a limited time in Guatemala[32] and El Salvador[33] in 2006 in 600 ml (20 US fl oz) bottles. Later introduced in Honduras in 2012.
  • Pepsi Retro (rendered in written advertisement as PEPSI retro): Released in Mexico in February 2008. Pepsi made with natural ingredients, sugar cane, and cola nut extract.
  • Pecsi: Pepsi spelled differently as "Pecsi," made in Argentina in 2009[34] and Mexico in 2011.[35]
  • Pepsi Kaffe one of a number of coffee-flavored Pepsi variants introduced outside the US in the 2000s[36]

Other markets[edit]

  • Pepsi Blue Chilled Cola, simply Pepsi Blue, which was promoted by Britney Spears was released in Vietnam. Another version of Pepsi, Pepsi Ice Mint flavored Pepsi sold for a limited time along with Pepsi Fire in south east Asia including Malaysia
  • Pepsi Cheer, a sweet syrup tasting style of Pepsi sold in Thailand in 2010.
  • Pepsi Fire: a limited edition, cinnamon-flavored variety that is sold in Guam, Saipan, Thailand, Mexico, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, and Vietnam. It is also a Pepsi Ice twin version.
  • Pepsi Green: a bright-green variety introduced in Thailand on January 15, 2009.[37]
  • Pepsi Ice: Pepsi with an icy mint flavor. Sold in Guam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines. In summer 2007 Pepsi used the name Pepsi Ice in the Czech Republic and Slovakia for a limited edition cola with apple flavor.
  • Pepsi Aha: Lemon-flavored Pepsi sold in India
  • Pepsi Pinas: Pepsi Blue renamed sold in Philippines
  • Pepsi Pogi: Sold only in Philippines
  • Pepsi Latte: Sold in Thailand
  • Pepsi Tarik: Coffee-flavored, sold in Malaysia and Singapore

Diet, low- and no-calorie variants[edit]

  • Diet Pepsi: Low-calorie version of Pepsi.
  • Diet Crystal Pepsi: Low-calorie version of Crystal Pepsi.
  • Diet Pepsi AM: Sugar-free version of Pepsi AM, and introduced in 1987. Yes longer produced.
  • Pepsi Edge: contains half the carbohydrates, calories and sugars of a normal Pepsi, and is sweetened with Splenda. Introduced in 2004, and discontinued in 2005. It was featured on an episode of The Apprentice 2 in which teams had to design a prototype bottle.
    • Pepsi Avantage: the French name for Pepsi Edge, sold exclusively during 2005 in Quebec, Canada.
  • Diet Pepsi Free (now known as Caffeine-Free Diet Pepsi)
  • Pepsi Jazz flavored colas only available in diet styles. Introduced in July 2006 as Pepsi Jazz and discontinued in 2009.
    • Black Cherry French Vanilla
    • Strawberries and Cream
    • Caramel Cream (introduced Feb. 2007)
    • Coffee Mousse (introduced Feb. 2016)
  • Diet Pepsi Kona A coffee soda available in test markets in 1997.
  • Pepsi Kick: Introduced in Mexico in 2009. Calorie-free Pepsi with added Caffeine and Ginseng.
  • Diet Pepsi cherry vanilla: Pepsi cherry vanilla, but low calorie. was only available for 8 weeks in the summer of 2010.
  • Pepsi Light: Lemon-flavored Diet Pepsi first sold in 1975 and available until the late 1980s. Renamed Diet Pepsi Lemon.
  • Pepsi Light: The name under which Diet Pepsi is currently distributed in countries outside the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and other English language countries.
    • Diet Pepsi Light
    • Pepsi Light Twist
    • Pepsi Light Lima: Pepsi Light, but with a touch of lime. Sold only in Spain
    • Pepsi Light mojito: Pepsi Light, but with a touch of mojito taste. Has no alcohol. Sold in Germany in 2008.
  • Diet Pepsi Lemon: A new flavor of Diet Pepsi released in 2009.
  • Diet Pepsi Lime: A lime-flavored diet Pepsi. Temporarily available.
  • Pepsi Twist Zero: Available in Brazil
  • Diet Pepsi Max: Was available in the United States and Canada. Diet Pepsi with added caffeine and ginseng. This product is not related to Pepsi Max as it has significantly different ingredients and no calories.[38] Diet Pepsi Max was renamed "Pepsi Max" in late 2008 along with the redesign of Pepsi.
  • Pepsi Max: Was only available outside the United States until the name change of Diet Pepsi Max in 2008. Pepsi with no sugar.
    • Pepsi Max Cool Lemon: Pepsi Max with lemon available in Belgium in 2006.
    • Pepsi Max Chill: (flavored with apple)
    • Pepsi Max Mojo: A variation flavoured with lime and a hint of mint. Sold in Finland in 2008.
    • Pepsi Max Citron Citron Vert (sold in France)
    • Pepsi Max Cino: (UK - Pepsi Max with coffee) Discontinued[39]
    • Pepsi Max Energy: Pepsi Max with 66% more caffeine, flavored with ginseng. Sold in Germany in 2008.
    • Pepsi Max Gold: Limited edition in the UK market for Christmas 2005; available September to December
    • Pepsi Max Twist: Lemon and lime flavor available in the UK
    • Pepsi Max Mojito: Mojito flavor available in Denmark
    • Pepsi Max Cease Fire: With a hint of lime. It is meant to be consumed with Doritos burn, to "cool the burn". Sold in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. In the UK, it is called Citrus Freeze.
    • Pepsi Max Punch: A low calorie edition of Pepsi Holiday Spice. Only sold in the UK in Christmas 2005.
    • Pepsi Max Cherry: A cherry-flavoured Pepsi Max. Released in the UK in June 2011 only at Asda stores in 2 liter bottles, as of 2012 available in other select retail stores. Also available in France as of 2014, in Denmark, Norway, and Germany as of 2015 and in Finland and Iceland as of 2016. Available in Russia since late 2017 or early 2018.[40]
    • Pepsi Max Citrus Freeze: A lime-flavoured Pepsi Max similar to Cease Fire. Released in the UK in October 2011 for a limited time.
    • Pepsi Max Vanilla: A vanilla-flavoured Pepsi max available in Australia since February 2018 and in New Zealand since April 2018.
    • Pepsi Max Lime: A lime-flavoured Pepsi max available in Denmark since January 2018, in Sweden since March 2018, in Norway since January 2019, in Lebanon, Russia and in Finland. It was available in Australia for a limited run in 2016.
    • Pepsi Max Ginger: A Ginger-flavoured Pepsi max available in the United Kingdom, Lebanon, Russia, Norway, Finland, The Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden and Germany since 2017.
    • Pepsi Max Creaming Soda: A Creaming-Soda-flavoured Pepsi Max available in Australia since August 2019.
    • Pepsi Max Mango: A Mango-flavoured Pepsi Max available in Australia since August 2020.
  • Pepsi Max Wild Side: "Wild baobab flavor, no sugar" flavor sold in Sweden in 2010.
  • Pepsi NEX: A zero-calorie Pepsi available in Japan and South Korea, developed by Suntory[41] (Also advertised through the anime Tiger & Bunny and U-Know and Max of TVXQ)[42][43]
  • Pepsi Next: a mid-calorie version of Pepsi released in March 2012, described by the company as having "60% lower sugar content and fewer calories."[44]
    • Pepsi Next Cherry Vanilla[45]
    • Pepsi Next Paradise Mango[45]
  • Pepsi ONE: An alternative to Diet Pepsi, with one calorie per serving. It continued to use the 2003 Pepsi design until mid-2012.
  • Diet Pepsi Twist
    • Diet Pepsi Kickoff: Diet Pepsi with Lemon. To be released for the 2008 NFL season.
    • Diet Pepsi Twistão (see above)
  • Diet Pepsi Vanilla: Vanilla-flavored diet soda. Pepsi's response to Diet Vanilla Coke. Temporarily available.
  • Diet Pepsi Wild Cherry: Not widely available until 2005, when Wild Cherry Pepsi was reformulated. Now uses the 2008 Pepsi design
  • Pepsi XL another mid-calorie cola targeted at males, and transition consumers (those making the move from regular to diet colas).
  • Pepsi Sugar Free: Released in November 2007.
  • Pepsi Twist 3: Released in Brazil in 2008. It has 3 calories of the natural lemon juice.
  • Pepsi Black: Introduced in 2017 in Croatia, the Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Ukraine. Similar but not to be confused with Pepsi Max. In Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Slovenia, and Ukraine it replaced the locally unsuccessful Pepsi Light.[46]
  • Diet Pepsi with Splenda: Diet Pepsi sweetened with Splenda. First released in 2015 as a reformulation of regular Diet Pepsi, which replaced the original aspartame-sweetened formula until 2018. While no longer available for retail, it can still be purchased via E-commerce.[47]
  • Pepsi Caffeine Free: A caffeine free version of the regular Pepsi. It was introduced in 1982 under the name Pepsi Free, and later got renamed in 1987 to Pepsi Caffeine Free.

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