I thought we had seen enough, but no, the world continues to amaze us every day, and there is one strange revelation at a time. So when I learned about the next product of Nissin Cup Noodles, I didn’t know how to react. For fans of noodles and soda, there is news. This is because I can now take a sip of noodles and chew soda. Which one do you want! The Japanese food chain has come up with an amazing recipe for noodle-flavored soda, and we can’t get past this idea. Founded in 1971, the company celebrated its 50th anniversary and announced this new product to commemorate that day.
The company shared the news on its official Twitter profile. Translated from Japanese, the company tweeted that it encouraged fans to try out new products. So far, this tweet has received over 49K likes and nearly 40K retweets on the microblogging platform. We introduced four kinds of carefully selected soda flavors, cup noodle soda, cup noodle seafood soda, cup noodle curry soda, and cup noodle chili tomato soda.
It tastes like 50 cup noodles, so be prepared to drink and wait.
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— Cup Noodle (@cupnoodle_jp) September 13, 2021
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According to a Japan Today report, “Cup Noodle Soda is said to be a ginger ale-style soda with a salty sauce and pepper scent, while Cup Noodle Seafood Soda is a” hidden “cream soda-style base. I’m using “seafood tips. Cup Noodle Curry Soda is a cola-like soda finished with curry spice, and Cup Noodle Chili Tomato Soda is a tomato-like soda with a refreshing taste that gently stimulates the taste. “
This news has destroyed Twitter. Fans of Cup Noodles share different reactions to the announcement. Some refused to take a sip because of the times, but others felt compelled to try new products. The following curated their reaction:
Oh no, what did I do …
The midnight brain made me order a set of Nissin Cup Noodle 50th Anniversary Soda and Umaibo. How do these taste ????#Cup Noodle#Cup Noodlespic.twitter.com/hTavcAuPhC— Eric (@Ericstable) September 13, 2021
Wow. On the one hand, they sound unpleasant.On the other hand, don’t underestimate #JapanThe ability of food and beverage marketers to come up with seemingly scary, but ultimately delicious (sufficient) products. But you may want to convince your friends to taste these first. #Cup Noodlehttps://t.co/RmO8h6FcYj—Mark Yanovsky (@MarcYanofsky) September 13, 2021
No matter how much you try and decide for yourself, it is a product that can only be obtained in Japan so far. Would you like to try this strange noodle-flavored soda? Please let us know in the comments below.