WHO GAVE OUT OUR SECRET PLANS?!?!?!?!?! https://t.co/Sbgy2fU1xo
— Wendy’s (@Wendys) August 17, 2018
Pickling is trendy. So much so, that essence of pickled cucumber is now available as a carbonated beverage. Pickle Juice Soda is a thing, and its here to mess with your mind, with its odd green color. Then, there’s the whole pickle juice and soda thing to screw with your tastebuds.
Pickle Juice Soda is brought to us by Grandpa Joe’s Candy Shop. And, for those brave enough to give it a shot, it won’t come cheap. One bottle online is $9.99, including shipping. Three bottles are $19.99 and a six-pack is $29.99.
What’s sweeter than a bottle of soda? A bottle of soda that’s actually a cake… that you can then wash down with actual soda.
Brought to us by Sydney-based baker, Andres Fatso, each brand of soda is its own unique flavor. Sprite is matcha flavor, Fanta is Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, and Coca-Cola is Nutella. Check out more over at Instagram.
Not that we need any more encouragement to have soda for breakfast, but Soda Pop-Tarts should do the trick.
Kellogg’s recently announced to our horror/delight that they will introduce A&W Root Beer-flavored and Crush Orange-flavored Pop-Tarts. So, imagine your breakfast soda, now in solid form and with a frosted coating. You can still wash them down with soda, we won’t judge.
Frosted A&W Root Beer and Frosted Crush Orange Pop-Tarts will hit shelves in May.
[via Mental Floss]
The problem with most billboards, is that they almost never dispense their product to passersby. Coca-Cola has found a way to change all of that, and created a drinkable billboard.
The outdoor ad for Coke Zero is outfitted with an enormous straw running 4,500 feet, from a bottle filled with soda, down to a dispensing fountain at ground level.
The “drinkable billboard” was installed at White River State Park in Indianapolis, site of this year’s Final Four.