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Pepsi-flavored Cheetos an Instant Hit in Japan

By Camille H / Aug 10, 2013 01:25 PM EDT

Tags : pepsi, flavored, cheetos, snack, junkfood, junk, cola, japan, hit

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  • (Photo : eBay) Pepsi-flavored Cheetos that fizz in your mouth

Japanese nationals go ga-ga over the new Pepsi-flavored Cheetos, according to The Impulsive Buy.

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This new flavor is considered as the newest hybrid in the range of unique flavor combinations to ever take Japan by storm.

Cheetos. which is manufactured by the Frito Lay Company, has always been one of the most popular corn snacks consumed by people from all over the world.

Pepsi on the other hand is also an equally popular brand for cola.

This new snack, Pepsi-flavored Cheetos boasts of a strong citrus taste with hints of flat cola. According to a review written for the Impulsive Buy website, this snack actually sizzles and fizzles in the mouth.

There really is "definite popping and cracking", the author of the review claimed.

Also according to the same review, this snack is made even tastier because it emits cinnamon scents just like that of cinnamon donuts.

Frito Lay has been known for creating the most unique flavors for snacks that would appeal to the discriminating and curious pallets of their customers.

They introduced the Lay's snack which was flavored with the taste of chicken and waffles which was also an instant hit across the globe.

Other brands known for creating the most unique flavor and taste combinations include J&D's bacon-flavored popcorn, baconnaise, bacon salt and bacon ranch flavored popcorn and snacks.

This Japanese sensation is currently being sold in all parts of Japan and those who wish to try it out have the option of going to Japan for a quick travel or ordering the snack from eBay at a very low price.

Currently, Cheetos is being sold in puffs, twisted puffs and cheese curls variant and in cheese and jalapeno flavors.

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