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BevReview.com provides beverage reviews and updates on a variety of carbonated soft drinks, teas, waters, juices, energy drinks, and other types of non-alcoholic liquid refreshment. Hosted by Steve Tanner, a beverage enthusiast who has been writing reviews since 2001, BevReview reflects a consumer-oriented approach, with a nice dose of sarcasm thrown in for good measure. Reviews reflect value, marketing appeal, taste, and availability, all while being complimented by our famed photography, featuring each beverages standing proudly next to a tree outdoors. As an online community devoted to exploring and discovering beverages, diverse opinions and comments are welcomed!

Most Recent Blog Posts from BevReview

Review: Sprite 6 Mix

Lemon lime meets cherry and orange in this limited edition Sprite flavor extension. It's subtle and pleasantly refreshing... which is something that can't be said for this drink's namesake.

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Review: Sprite Blast

This mostly-sour version of Sprite is a nice break to mix up your taste buds, but flavor doesn't seem like something that would be sustainable in the marketplace in the long run.

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On the Shelf: Butterfly by Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey. Beverage named "Butterfly". Available at Walgreen's. Insert lame musical puns here.

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Review: Red Bull – The Summer Edition

Red Bull breaks with tradition and rolls out a limited time "tropical" flavor, featuring the tastes of papaya, pineapple, and mango. Surprisingly good!

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Review: 7Up Tropical 16 oz

Refreshingly different, but scatterbrained in flavor. Peach, melon, papaya, and pineapple, lemon, lime... it's all in there!

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Review: Mountain Dew Baja Blast in Bottles & Cans

For a limited time during Summer 2014, Taco Bell-exclusive flavor Baja Blast is available in stores via 20 oz bottles, 24 oz cans, and 12 packs of 12 oz cans. Thanks to the packaging, it's far...

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Review: Purity Organic Strawberry Paradise

Real juice. Real cane sugar. Really great flavor! A high quality product with an excellent taste... but you'll pay for it with the calories.

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This Just In: Mountain Dew Baja Blast in Cans & Bottles

As we reported back in March, Pepsi has rolled out a limited time run of Mountain Dew Baja Blast in both cans and bottles.

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Coming Soon: Mountain Dew Baja Blast – in stores!

Mountain Dew Baja Blast is coming to bottles/cans as a limited time offering, starting in May 2014. It will be available in 20 oz bottles, 24 oz cans, and 12 packs of 12 oz cans.

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Review: Monster Energy Ultra – Ultra Red, Zero Ultra, & Ultra Blue

A trio of flavored, sugar-free, zero calorie energy drinks from Monster, showcasing cranberry, citrus, and berry flavors. Naming conventions could use some work, but they are solid zero sugar...

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Coming Soon: Pepsi Next sweetened with Stevia in Canada

The launch of Pepsi Next in Canada features a product sweetened with "real sugar" & stevia, vs. the U.S. version which uses HFCS, Ace-K, & sucralose.

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On the Shelf: Sprite 6 Mix

Limited edition Sprite with orange & cherry flavoring, part of a promotion with NBA player Lebron James.

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On The Shelf: TruMoo Limited Edition Green 1% Milk

Regardless of St. Patrick's Day, milk should not be green.

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On the Shelf: 7-Eleven 7-Select Energy Shots

7-Eleven gets into the energy shot game with their own 7 Select-branded shots, now available.

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Review: Topo Sabores Pineapple

A very sweet, very fake, very syrupy pineapple soda from Mexico. Keep your passport for something else.

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Review: Glaceau FruitWater – Black Raspberry, Strawberry Kiwi, Lemon-Lime, Orange Mango, & Watermelon Punch

The revival of FruitWater features sucralose and no actual fruit. Still, with excellent packaging and a light, bubbly taste, it provides a tasty alternative to leading sparkling water brands.

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Review: Monster Energy Absolutely Zero

With no sugar, you'll note a taste difference vs. flagship Monster Energy. However, it's a fair trade to save 200 calories and still get 8.75 mg/oz of caffeine!

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Can Olympics: Sticks with Fire

Hockey sticks are needed to keep the blue flame burning on this 2013 Coca-Cola Winter Olympics Can from Russia.

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Can Olympics: Coke Likes Snowflakes

"C" is for Coke, Calgary, and Snowflakes?

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Can Olympics: Do You Believe in Coke Miracles? YES!

U.S. vs. USSR. Olympic Hockey. The Miracle on Ice. It's all here on this Coke can celebrating the 1980 Winter Olympics!

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Can Olympics: The French Love Cherry Coke

Grenoble is French for "Cherry Coke Olympic Can"!

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Can Olympics: Walt Likes Sprite

Did you know that Walt Disney was in charge of both the Opening & Closing Ceremonies for the 1960 Winter Olympics in Squaw Valley, California? 

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On the Shelf: Mountain Dew 24 oz "Lost Camo" Cans

Is there a big demand for camouflaged Mountain Dew?

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Can Olympics: The Swiss Like Diet Coke

The U.S. won their first medal in skiing thanks to "Just 1 Calorie" in Diet Coke!

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Can Olympics: Hitler Likes Sprite

How often do you find Hitler and bobsledding referenced on a can of Sprite?

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Can Olympics: ColaBoarding

Snowboarding was added to the Olympics in 1998 because people got tired of the Nordic Countries winning so many skiing medals.

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Can Olympics: Skiing Over Coke

Apparently, they ski in Canada, as denoted on this Coca-Cola can from the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Can Olympics: No High Sticking

We stop over at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for a look at this Coca-Cola hockey can, produced in Canada.

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Can Olympics: Canada Can Count

The folks in Canada felt like bragging after the 2002 Winter Olympics, so they printed all their accomplishments on this Coca-Cola can!

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Can Olympics: Flaming Figures!

It's a figure skater inside a blue flame. Only in Sochi, I guess. Enjoy this 2013 Coca-Cola Winter Olympics Can from Russia.

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