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I really love diet Pepsi. I feel like maybe a bit of an expert on cola products and I really notice the difference between the brands.
I am not really a person for brand names normally and you will see this by the other reviews I have left. I generally find that value version products are normally just as good as premium brands but this is not at all the case when it comes to cola drinks.
I find that basic cheap cola tends to just taste horrible and weird. Normally cola drinks that are cheap own brand taste like the sweets cola cubes rather than a yummy drink. I do like coca cola but my favourite by far is Pepsi. I think that Pepsi tastes slightly sweeter than coca cola and it all round tastes superior.
It is my personal preference to have diet Pepsi or Pepsi max over the full fat Pepsi but it is also my choice to have a diet product if one is available. Even though I do call myself a cola drink expect I cannot really taste the difference between diet Pepsi and Pepsi max, to me they both taste great.
The only negative thing I could say about Pepsi is the price. Compared to own brand cola drinks it us expensive. A can is now nornally around 80p and a 2 litre bottle £2. I take a cash of diet Pepsi to work each day and I'm always looking out for the multipack cans on special offer which does save quite a lot of money when it's all added up.
Of course the health aspect of this drink should also be discussed. Pepsi max bad diet Pepsi are both virtually calorie free but I'm sure all of the additive and preservatives are not only bad for teeth but probably your insides too. That being said, it's not enough to make me stop loving Pepsi drinks.
There are many Pepsi variants, including Diet Pepsi, Pepsi Max, Pepsi Samba, Pepsi Blue and Pepsi Gold. Pepsi-Cola was first made in New Bern, North Carolina in the United States in the early 1890s by pharmacist Caleb Bradham. On August 28, 1898 , B