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|Type||Flavored soft drink|
|Manufacturer||The Coca-Cola Company|
|Country of origin||United States|
Sprite Remix was a line of colorless caffeine-free sodas and drink-flavoring packets made by the Coca-Cola company. Although based on Sprite, the Remixes were each flavored differently from the original. It was discontinued in 2005 in the United States. In Spring of 2015, the Tropical Sprite flavor was reintroduced into the Coca-Cola product line up.
- Sprite Tropical Remix: Sprite with tropical fruit flavors, introduced 2002; reintroduced as Sprite Tropical in Spring 2015. Renamed Sprite Tropical Mix in Spring 2016.
- Sprite Berryclear Remix: Sprite with berry flavors, introduced on April 1, 2004.
- Sprite Aruba Jam Remix: Sprite with fruit flavors, introduced in April 2005.
'Remix Flavor Hits' packets
Coca-Cola also had a do-it-yourself promotion, where it offered free 1.25 ounce (36.9 ml.) flavor packets, which consumers ripped open and poured into their Sprite. Flavors included grape, vanilla, and cherry flavor.
Sprite Tropical Remix has seen a rerelease in the Spring of 2015. It has dropped the 'Remix' label. Sources on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram have shown it popping up in the East portion of the US (Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi, Virginia, New York, etc.). Individuals are also selling it on eBay.
After a limited roll out in Spring 2015 and no public mention from Sprite/Coca-Cola - Around Feb 29, 2016, Sprite.com was updated showing the Limited Time rerelease for Sprite Tropical Mix. The new bottle label shows that the tropical flavors are lemon/lime, strawberry, and pineapple.
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