KIDS TRY 90s DRINKS! | Kids Vs. Food

KIDS TRY 90s DRINKS! | Kids Vs. Food


– Bubbly. ♪ (French accordion music) ♪ – (FBE) So, we’re going
back to the ’90s today to have you try some drinks.
– Ooh. Let’s see what drinks they have. – (FBE) So, a lot of popular
’90s drinks we couldn’t get today because they are discontinued
and expired, but we got some good ones
here for you still. – Yay. – I don’t know ’90s drinks.
Coke and Pepsi, that’s all I’m expecting. – I feel like they’re gonna
be really big and fizzy. I’m excited.
I’m really ready and I just love trying
new things ’cause it’s so fun. – (FBE) Here’s your
first drink. – Yay. – Oh, it’s one of these.
I had these a couple days ago. – This looks like a medicine
bottle, kind of or a baby bottle. – It looks like jello
in a bottle. – Oh, you spin it probably.
Okay. That’s pretty good.
It has a good flavor and then it also has
an apple taste in it. – This is a different flavor.
Kinda tastes like apple with lime. – Okay, that’s good.
It kinda tastes like a popsicle, but a liquid
version of a popsicle. – (narrator) A few
moments later. – (FBE) That’s good. – (narrator) One
eternity later. – A lot of liquid coming out
tonight, that’s for sure. – This is really good.
You can really taste the flavor more than you
could with the other ones. – (FBE) So, Mondo
was produced in 1991 and it’s extra fun because
you can squeeze it and drink it. – It is fun.
I like it. – I can honestly see
my friends just taking it off and squirting at each other
instead of actually drinking it. – (FBE) Here’s your next one.
– What is– huh?
It just looks like an energy drink for kids. – You know it’s a Surge
because one, two, three. Three “Surges” on it. – Citrus flavor.
I’m not really a citrus fan. – It smells like Coke,
but it looks like Mt. Dew, ’cause it’s green. – It looks cool,
but I don’t know if I’ll like it. This one tastes like Sprite. – Good.
Tastes like ginger ale. – That’s really good.
The citrus flavor actually bursts out. – I like it.
It kind of tastes like lime. – I think it’s pretty good. – (FBE) So, Surge is
a citrus flavored drink made in the ’90s
by Coca Cola. – Oh, I see.
Yeah, it’s kinda like– they’re pretty similar,
the way that they taste, so yeah, I get it. – Do they still make these?
I’ma see if I can find one, ’cause this is really good. – (FBE) Here’s another one. – Orbitz. – I’ve never tried one of these.
Raspberry? – (pop sound)
– Oh, that was so loud. – Bubbly. – It’s good.
It tastes like Sprite. – Oh, that’s good.
That’s good. – There’s nothing that I can
say that I don’t like about it, it’s just really bland. – It tastes kind of like
Sour Patch Kids but without the sourness. – It tastes like lemonade,
but just more fizzy. I like it.
I’d probably drink this now. – (FBE) So, this is Orbitz.
It was made in 1997 and used to have edible,
floating orbs in it. Some consumers compared
it to a lava lamp. – You can’t get the Orbitz
anymore? – (FBE) No.
– Okay, still good. – If it had orbs in it,
I’d probably not wanna drink it, ’cause I’d be terrified.
I’d be like, what is in that? – (FBE) So, here is your next.
– What the heck? Powder?
Am I a baby now? Am I drinking powdered milk? – It kinda reminds me
of Kool Aid with the powder and stuff. This is fun. – Some smoke. – Looks like orange juice,
but without pulp. – This is just OJ. – This is not what
I was expecting. Tastes like an orange. – I like it,
’cause I’ve tried it before. Like oranges, but a little sour. – I don’t like it.
It has a little tint of orange. – I like it, except there’s
so much water flavor. – (FBE) So, Tang,
it’s a kick in a glass. While still made today,
and while it was started in the ’50s, Tang was
especially popular in the ’90s and had some great commercials.
– It’s kind of fun. It’s a little bad because you
don’t really wanna do anything, you just wanna drink it. – It’s not bad,
but it’s not great. – (FBE) Here’s your next. – Clearly Canadian. – I heard this.
Didn’t they stop this one for a while and then
brought it back? I’m pretty sure there was
a Patreon for a while to help it. – This just looks like
sparkling water. There’s not really color to it,
so that’s what I’m assuming it is. – It’s sparkling water.
I really don’t like sparkling water. – Tastes like cherry.
I like cherries. – Ew.
I don’t know what about it, it just doesn’t taste good
at all. – That’s so sour.
If you love sour, guys, you should try this.
It’s sour. It should be called
Sourly Canadian. – (FBE) So, Clearly Canadian
is sparkling water with a hint of fruit flavor.
It has been brought back and is now made again today.
– I like the fruit flavor, it’s just not the sparkling part
because I just– I don’t know why.
I just don’t like sparkling water. – Brought back today,
so that must have been– meant it was a success. – (FBE) So overall,
how did you feel about all these ’90s drinks?
– They were overall delicious. I loved them. – I kinda feel like
a lot of them are better than the drinks we have today,
’cause a lot of the drinks we have now, it’s just basically
water with sugar and coloring, but I thought they were
really good. – It’s making me wanna
live in the 1990’s now. – Thanks for watching this
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