Pepsi Sakura – Brad Tries

Brad tries out the Cherry Blossom flavored Pepsi from Japan.

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24 comments

  1. The bottle looks awesome. I think that this is one of the only things that I’ve seen on Brad Tries, that I would actually try.

  2. MidnightScreeningsman2014

    Would definitely try this if I didn’t have to order it all the way from Japan. Plus id like the smell of the flower

  3. I will make sure to check this one out the next time I’m in Japan

    • These are probably only sold during the Sakura blooming season, which is like late March to mid April (although the window of availability might be a bit larger), so it’ll have to be then. 😀 Also, not a response to you but a message to Brad and any other people listening, that soda isn’t the start of a trend with plant sodas, it’s based of a culturally important time period in Japan and only available a short time because of it.

      • MidnightScreeningsman2014

        That’s interesting,you would think they’d sell it just whenever!!!! That probably means that Pepsi ghost is only sold during Halloween,right?

  4. Butchered that name lol

  5. Does Brad actually know what a fucking cherry blossom smells like….?

    Cherry blossoms have a slight odor.

    Japan is a far superior country than Brad’s country that is known as “The Untied States of America”, “The U.S”, “The States”, “America”, “the States”, “US, U.S., USA, U.S.A”, “United States”.

    Your country’s military dropped two new technology bombs on 広島 and 長崎.

    Brad obviously doe not read Japanese so therefore cannot read “ペプシ” unless aided by GOOGLE TRANSLATE or Brad is screwing a Japanese chick.

    Does Brad have any fucking knowledge of the meaning of 桜 in Japan….?

    Obviously not.

    Cherry tree blossoms mean the arrival of spring.

    The title of this post is “Brad tries out the Cherry Blossom flavored Pepsi from Japan.”

    Japan uses American English spelling because Japan lost the World War II to America so therefore English in Japan uses American spelling.

    I was forced to use the spelling “The Air Canada Center” in the first grade junior high school English textbook even though Canada uses British English spelling.

    I get peeved when “Brad Tries” only tries products from Japan because Brad’s country totally defeated Japan.

  6. I must say, I love the color and design of it. Good and classic name too.

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