Gone away from Max as well
I have been drinking Pepsi Max for several years until now. My question was going to be have they changed the formula and reading some of these posts they have. I changed to Pepsi Max because i was I had an allergic reaction to Coke Zero, now I have the same reaction to Pepsi Max, so what ever you changed has resulted in the allergic reaction.. .. Sorry but lost another customer.
Purchased in May 2019.
Dislike the taste of the new Pepsi max. Good way to kick my habit .
I thought my taste buds were deceiving me when i have had the last 2 cartons of Pepsi max. Unfortunately, I loved the stuff. However, the last two or three cartons i have over the last months have left me with a tinnie taste feel in the mouth as well. I thought it must of been me and i was going to write to Pepsi to see if they had changed the formulas or if it was possible the cartons had been stored incorrectly. I have seen on this forum that they have changed the formula. Good for me I guess. Now i may be able to kick the habit because i do not enjoy drinking it anymore. I will have to find something else. Sorry Pepsi but it wasn't broken you should have left the original alone
Pepsi Max has changed it's taste in Australia
Pepsi Max has changes taste Cans from Woolworths and Coles different batches a week apart both taste wrong. Both were 30 pack I brought a 1.25 from IGA didn't taste is bad but still tastes wrong anybody else having the same issue.
Purchased in March 2019 for $14.00.
original Pepsi Max GOOD Vanilla Pepsi MAX GOOD
Long time enjoyer of Pepsi Max ..my favorite drink and just discovered the newly brought out Pepsi Max vanilla (New to New Zealand or my area of New Zealand) it has a nice enticing light vanilla smell and a just right taste that is enjoyable to drink. I will buy vanilla as well as the original pepsi max ..both different ..both good.
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