15 Crazy Japanese Pepsi Flavors. Some Make Me Jealous, Others Make Me A Little Sick.

Pepsi had a few flavor experiments in the U.S. over the years, such as the admirable “Pepsi Holiday Spice” from the early 2000s. Yet nothing that can touch what the Pepsi scientists in Japan are doing. Check out these Japanese Pepsi flavors: the good, the bad, the just plain bizarre.

Pepsi Black

Lemon flavored, 50% less sugar, and black.
Pepsi Black

Pepsi Blue Hawaii

Pineapple + lemon flavor = blue?
Pepsi Blue Hawaii

Pepsi Pink

Strawberry and milk flavored.
Pepsi Pink

Pepsi Carnival

A tropical fruit flavored pepsi, which doesn’t really have much to do with Carnivals, but it sure sounds fun.
Pepsi Carnival

Pepsi Dry

A “non-sweet” soda.
Pepsi Dry

Pepsi Ice Cucumber

Cool and crisp.
Pepsi Ice Cucumber

Pepsi Gold

A mix of fruitiness inspired by the Caribbean.
Pepsi Gold

Pepsi Baobab

Based on the flavor of baobob tree fruit.
Pepsi Baobab

Pepsi Mont Blanc

A drink based off the French chestnut dessert.
Pepsi Mont Blanc

Pepsi Nex Zero

Zero calories
Pepsi Nex Zero

Pepsi Red

Ginger and spices.
Pepsi Red

Pepsi Salty Watermelon

I actually have heard of people putting salt on Watermelon. But not in Pepsi.
Pepsi Salty Watermelon

Pepsi Shiso

A minty flavor from the shiso plant.
Pepsi Shiso

Pepsi Strong Shot

Pepsi, but with a higher dose of caffeine.
Pepsi Strong Shot

Pepsi White

Pepsi & yogurt flavor.
Pepsi White