by: John Clark, Nexstar Media Wire
(WTVO) – Pepsi marks its fall arrival with a limited-time S’mores Collection.
The soda will come in three different flavors including Toasted Marshmallow, Graham Cracker, and Chocolate.
- Roasted marshmallows has a marshmallow base with a layer of toasted notes to mimic the light fireside taste.
- Graham Cracker it is infused with notes of honey and cinnamon to achieve a perfectly balanced graham cracker flavor profile.
- brown contains a dominant note of cocoa throughout, with slight hints of vanilla to create an additional creamy sweetness, mimicking the taste of slightly melted chocolate.
The new drink variant will come in 7.5 oz mini cans “to encourage mixing and matching your way to the perfect combo,” Pepsi said. The company offers several ways to mix drinks:
- The Classic – Everyone’s favorite for a reason! Perfectly balanced, as all things should be. Start with a cold glass, add 1/3 Graham Cracker, 1/3 Chocolate and 1/3 Toasty Marshmallow.
- Marshmallow (is for) Lovers – If you find yourself standing over the fire with three or even four marshmallows on a stick, this recipe is for you. Start with a cold glass, add 1/2 Toasty Marshmallow, 1/4 Graham Cracker and 1/4 Chocolate.
- For Graham – Often overlooked but always reliable, the graham cracker is more than a vehicle for chocolate and marshmallows – notes of honey and cinnamon make a staple in all s’more creations. Start with a cold glass, add 1/2 Graham Cracker base, 1/4 Chocolate, 1/4 Toasty Marshmallow and top with an extra sprinkle of Graham Crackers.
- The Chocolate Connoisseur – For those who love to smell, eat chocolate… then eat more! Sit back and revel in all that chocolate goodness, marveling at this chocolate s’more creation. Start with a cold glass, add 2/3 Chocolate, 1/3 Toasty Marshmallow and a sprinkle of Graham Crackers.
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