Salty Watermelon

2 Jun

I have written posts about some of the unique, only-in-Japan flavors that Pepsi-Cola (and other companies including Kit-Kat and Coca-Cola) here.

If you want to see those posts, enter “Pepsi” in my blog’s Search box (or click here).

Well, watermelon is very popular in Japan in the summertime. And some people put salt on their watermelon to enhance it’s natural taste.
I tell you that in order to help you understand Pepsi Japan‘s latest flavor…

「塩スイカ」 (“Salty Watermelon”).

Pepsi 「塩スイカ」 (“Salty Watermelon”)…only in Japan

Pepsi’s 「塩スイカ」 (“Salty Watermelon”) is scheduled to go on sale in Japan beginning 2012 July 24th.

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4 Responses to “Salty Watermelon”

  1. Metal Odyssey June 4, 2012 at 11:06 am #

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… you guys get all the cool marketing & food/drink products and the U.S. just keeps getting the bland and retreaded choices. I find it exciting when “new” hits the grocery shelves instead of “boring” being the continuum.

    I don’t drink soda at all anymore… just bottled spring water, orange juice, (some) gatorade. Keep on Rockin’ over there and thanks for sharing what’s new all the time too.

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    • tokyo5 June 4, 2012 at 3:28 pm #

      >the U.S. just keeps getting the bland and retreaded choices.

      I wonder why.

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  2. Kay's Musings June 3, 2012 at 10:58 am #

    Hmmm… We used to put salt on our watermelon when we were kids. But as a drink… no thank you.

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    • tokyo5 June 3, 2012 at 11:11 am #

      I don’t drink cola often … especially not the “unique” flavors. So I probably won’t try this either

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