Now that love is no longer in the air one of the next major holidays is Easter.
I saw this happening firsthand as retail stores started stocking all the fun and festive Easter candy. Though who would have thought that Pepsi would be joining the ranks by creating a marshmallow-flavored cola?
It's time to hard launch this relationship. #PEPSIxPEEPS marshmallow cola is back for an epic reunion – this time for everyone to try 🙌— Pepsi (@pepsi) February 14, 2023
Available in stores now for a limited time only ⏰ pic.twitter.com/6dPIgYwJzH
According to USA Today, Pepsi is bringing a splash of new flavor to Spring, by bringing back a new flavor of Pepsi. This one comes in a bright yellow can and tastes like the iconic marshmallow bird.
This isn’t the first time the product has been released as said in the article, it was about two years ago that the companies partnered. However, that product wasn’t available to the general public and could only be won by online sweepstakes. This year, however, they will be making a push to retail this time around.
PEPSI x PEEPS marshmallow cola is back, & that means spring is coming 😎 Use the #PEPSIxPEEPS Snapchat lens to scan your can or bottle for the chance to win a spring trip or exclusive #PEPSIxPEEPS spring merch. ✈️ 🌴 Scan with Snapchat or visit https://t.co/P14x0CsFzF pic.twitter.com/2fGlHXRpJn— Pepsi (@pepsi) February 14, 2023
The product will also include a giveaway scavenger hunt. As cola enthusiasts can scan either the can or 20oz bottle that unlocks a code to prizes or even a spring trip. This is absolutely insane, though I’m really curious to see what it tastes like.
Don’t get me wrong I enjoy Pepsi now and again, the same goes for Peeps, especially if you roast them a bit. Though I’m not sure how I would like a Peeps-flavored cola.
There is the age-old question of “I know we can make it, but should we?” it’s one I feel when looking at this product, but I’m willing to give it the benefit of the doubt. I mean no doubt it just tastes like sugar and marshmallow how can you mess that up?