|Tropicana Twister Orange|
A Tropicana Twister Orange Bottle.
|Current Status:||Current Flavor (For some U.S. Pepsi markets as a Region-Specific flavor)|
|Locations Available:||United States|
|Year(s) Available:||June 2005 - Present|
|Related Flavors:||Tropicana Twister Diet Orange, Tropicana Twister Grape, Tropicana Twister Strawberry, Tropicana Twister Lemonade Splash, Tropicana Twister Citrus|
Tropicana Twister Orange is an caffeine-free orange flavored soda released by PepsiCo in the summer of mid-2005 that replaced Slice (Orange).
In the summer of mid-2005, PepsiCo introduced the Tropicana Twister Soda brand to replace the Slice Soda brand.
In 2005, Tropicana Twister Orange replaced Slice (Orange) in all of it's Pepsi markets in the United States.
After the discontinuation of the Slice Soda brand, the Tropicana Twister Soda brand was available in some Pepsi markets.
It was suddenly, and unexpectedly appeared that the Tropicana Twister Soda brand was pulled from most Pepsi markets at the time, and surprisingly still remained available in some Pepsi markets in the U.S. With this happening, that all Pepsi markets in the U.S. has been removed from it's market places. Even though it is still at some locations in the U.S., it was disappearing little by little. After the discontinuation in some markets, it has been replaced by Crush Orange as it's new orange soda with in almost every all Pepsi markets.
It is still available in some areas in some various sizes such as the bottles, cans, and the fountain form in some Taco Bells, but unfortunately the availability for this brand is very low that the brand's flavors is presumably discontinued. Such as Diet Orange, Grape, Strawberry, and Citrus.
- Tropicana Twister Orange is seen in 2-liters in a old YouTube video of the Tourettes Guy where He is shopping in the video.