In the 1980s, you could spice things up with 7 Up Gold, a spice-flavored soda similar to the taste of traditional ginger ale.

In the late 1970s, PepsiCo introduced Aspen, a clear, crisp and refreshing apple soda. It was eventually rebranded and revamped as Apple Slice. With “just a snap of apple,” Aspen was gone in a snap by 1982.

First introduced in 2006, Coca-Cola Bl̄āK was a coffee-flavored soft drink. Pause for reaction. Needless to say, this beverage only lasted until 2008 when it was discontinued.

The Coca-Cola Company likes to create new flavor combinations including their Coca-Cola with Lime pairing. Introduced in 2005 and discontinued in 2007

If you are a product of the ’90s you may remember Crystal Pepsi. The classic Pepsi beverage, but clear.

In 1989, the iconic movie “Ghostbusters” debuted in theaters across the country. In honor of this Hollywood film, Hi-C kicked off a cross-promotion when it rebooted its classic Citrus Cooler as a bright-green drink in honor of one of the film’s favorite featured characters — Slimer.

Hubba Bubba is most commonly known for its deliciously-flavored bubble gum, but in the 1980s, the company thought it would be a good idea to combine two consumer favorites — bubble gum and soda.