Food of the Seventies, Mr. Pibb

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It was a soft drink that tasted similar to Dr. Pepper.
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Chris - May 05, 2008 - Report this comment
This was my favorite soft drink as a kid. Better than Pibb xtra or whatever it is called now!
Don - February 14, 2009 - Report this comment
Pretty much tasted like Doctor Pepper. Haven't seen a can of this since Junior High, about 1975.
Andria - February 16, 2009 - Report this comment
Pibb Xtra is essentially the same, but has more caffeine and has corn syrup in it instead of regular sugar. I last saw Pibb in cans about 10 years ago, while it was still called Mr. Pibb. This beverage is still available as a fountain syrup, but is not often found, even in convenience stores. Lastly, some Coke vending machines, some Wal-Marts, and many Dollar Tree stores still sell it, and I pick one up whenever I see it available and I can afford it.
Robbie Yohn - March 04, 2010 - Report this comment
I seen some Mr Pibb not so long ago. It is rare to find it but it does exist. I think Andria is right to say that Dollar Tree and some WalMarts have it. I haven't seen it as a mainstream drink for years.

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