Fan-Favorite Pepsi Flavor Returns To One Restaurant Only
A fruit-forward Pepsi product is making a comeback. There’s something fun about limited edition releases and the long-awaited comebacks of our favorite drinks. Limited edition soda releases are like secret surprises that make our taste buds do a happy dance. They come in all sorts of crazy flavors inspired by summertime treats, like juicy watermelon or tangy tropical fruits.
In 2020, Pepsi dropped its fruity, summer-ready flavor Pepsi Pineapple. Sadly, after its brief appearance, fans were left craving more as it disappeared from the shelves. But this summer Pepsi Pineapple is back. However, there’s a twist to getting your hands on it this time.
When and where can you get Pineapple Pepsi?
Starting July 17, Pepsi Pineapple is making a comeback, and it’s bringing a pizza party with it. You can find this exclusively at Little Caesars restaurants. They’ve come up with the Pineapple Pair-Up Combo, a clever nod to the ongoing pineapple-on-pizza controversy.
The Pineapple Pari-Up Combo includes a large, two-topping, thin-crust pizza that you can customize. It also includes a specially designed 16-ounce can of Pepsi, featuring an exclusive Pepsi x Little Caesars collaboration design.
If one can of Pepsi isn’t enough to quench your thirst, don’t worry. You can order additional cans individually, and there’s no limit to how many you can add to your cart. Before you dash out the door, keep in mind that the Pineapple Pair-Up Combo is exclusively available for pickup or delivery. Simply hop online or open up the Little Caesars app to place your order and enjoy this combo from the comfort of your own home.
Pepsi isn’t shying away from bold and controversial combinations this summer, and it goes beyond just pineapple and pizza. For July 4th, they took things up a notch by introducing a unique mashup the Colachup. Embracing the classic pairing of cola and hot dogs, Pepsi infused its unmistakable flavor into this condiment. Fans had the chance to experience the Colachup firsthand as it made its appearance at ballparks across the nation.