We don’t know if Doritos Roulette will make it to the U.S., but Canadians will be able to eat and play it. In 2012, Doritos Roulette was available in South Africa and each bag contained extremely spicy chips hidden among regular Doritos. I guess the only Doritos-related game we Americans get to play is Guess the Doritos Jacked Test Flavors. (Photo via TIB reader Skeleton Butt)
Hey TIB’s three Canadian readers! You’re getting Chips Ahoy cookies with a birthday cake frosting-flavored filling. Now I know what you’re thinking, my fellow Americans. What about us? Don’t worry, a little birdie told me we’re also getting them in Chewy Chips Ahoy form. (Photo via TIB reader Skeleton Butt)
This decade we’ve seen, um, Dr Pepper Ten…and that’s it. However, that will change in mid-May when Dr Pepper Vanilla Float hits shelves. It will bring together Dr Pepper and the flavor of vanilla ice cream. It’ll be available in 20-ounce bottles, 2-liter bottles, and 12-ounce 12 packs.
If you’ve tried it, leave your thoughts about it in the comments.
This week, Rockstar Energy showed off at the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) Show a new line of energy water. Rockstar Energy Water is sugar free, has zero calories, contains 125 milligrams of caffeine per bottle, and will be available in three flavors — Tropical Citrus, Orange Tangerine, and Blueberry Pomegranate Acai.
Beverage Digest posted an image of all three flavors on Twitter.
New “Rockstar Energy Water.” Zero calories. Three flavors. Attached info from source at C-store trade-show. twitter.com/BeverageDigest…
— Beverage-Digest (@BeverageDigest) October 9, 2012
This isn’t the first time Rockstar has entered the enhanced water waters. After doing a little research on Google, it turns out Rockstar sold a line of energy water in Australia, which appears to have been discontinued in 2010 or 2011.
When will it be available? Rockstar isn’t saying, but a better question to ask about Rockstar products would be, “When is Rockstar Energy going to make a beverage fit for a rockstar, like energy Champagne?”
In the 1980s, there was a Dr Pepper-flavored gum with a liquid center produced by a Wrigley subsidiary called Amurol, which also produced A&W Root Beer, RC Cola, and 7Up bubble gum. Oh, Amurol also produced Mr. T Gold Chain chewing gum. These soda-flavored gums were also discontinued in the 1980s.
However, Dr Pepper fans will soon get to experience The Dr in chewable form when Wrigley releases Hubba Bubba Dr Pepper gum later this year. Oh, but that’s not all soda-flavored gum chewing fans. There will also be an Orange Crush-flavored Hubba Bubba as well.
Each pack will contain five pieces, but we’re not sure if it will have a gushing liquid center like the original Dr Pepper gum.
Today, Ben & Jerry’s posted on their Instagram account a sneak peak of their upcoming Limited Batch Cannoli Ice Cream. The flavor is made up of mascarpone ice cream with fudge covered cannoli pieces and a mascarpone swirl.
This isn’t the first Ben & Jerry’s ice cream that features cannoli as one of its main ingredients. In the late 90s, the Vermont-based company offered Holy Cannoli which contained ricotta and pistachio ice cream with chocolate covered cannolis and roasted pistachios.
So for those of you who have overused Ben & Jerry’s Resurrect A Flavor page to bring back Holy Cannoli, this new limited batch flavor might be as close as you’re going to get.
Source: Ben & Jerry’s Instagram