You Can Now Make Your Own Pepsi With SodaStream's Latest Flavour Offerings

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Photo credit: SodaStream
Photo credit: SodaStream

Ever get a craving for an ice-cold, freshly-fizzed bottle of Pepsi? Well luckily for you, sparkling water maker, SodaStream, has just launched make-your-own bottles of Pepsi, Pepsi MAX, 7UP Free and 7UP, so that you can literally make your own fizz at home.

Genius, we know...

Brand-new for 2021, the launch comes just in time for Sober October, letting you enjoy delicious sparkling drinks in the comfort of your own home. And the best part? They're so much fun to make!

Hailed as the environmentally-friendly solution to fizzy drinks, the SodaStream lets you fill, refill and reuse bottles multiple times over, letting you save money and avoid single use plastic bottles.

Not only that, just one gas cylinder makes up to 60 litres of sparkling water and will only set you back £13 when you exchange your empty cylinder for a full one (another £10 saving). Or you can purchase a fresh cylinder for £23.

The new PepsiCo flavours from SodaStream come in 440ml bottles and are available to purchase now for £4.99 from Sainsbury's, Asda (26 October) and John Lewis (12 October) as well as directly through SodaStream.co.uk.

Since you're here, do you know the difference between Pepsi and Coca Cola?

Citric acid – this common ingredient derived from fruit is often used in sour sweets like Tangfastics and fizzy laces. On its own, it’s enough to make your mouth pucker, but it can also be used to add tartness to both sweet and savoury food.

To some people, the addition of citric acid makes Pepsi taste more refreshing and well-rounded, while others prefer the sweeter and dessert-like vibes of a can of Coke. It’s that simple!

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