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Dr Pepper is dropping a cream soda flavour

Dr Pepper is dropping a cream soda flavour

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If you like Dr Pepper and the key ingredient in making a muggle's own version of Harry Potter's drink of choice, Butterbeer, then you'll be delighted to learn that the soda maker is planning to drop a cream soda flavour version of the famous drink in 2020.

That's right, while the world is still revelling in the latest pumpkin spiced product to hit the market this fall, Bustle reports that Dr. Pepper is plotting a cream soda flavour to be released in 2020.

While at present it is unclear exactly what forms the product will be sold in, there will reportedly be both diet and regular takes on the flavour combo, and images of the bottle have already begun making the rounds on the internet, as displayed here by popular treat news Instagram site Candy Hunting:

Candy Hunting writes;

"New Dr Pepper & Cream Soda in both regular and diet varieties will be out March 2020! Due to the added vanilla flavor, these aren't as strong on the classic Dr Pepper taste. Therefore, the flavor here is much less polarizing than original Dr Pepper. I actually like this flavor, unlike the original!"

So, a promising review to be going on with.

According to Bustle, images of the new product came into circulation after the 2019 National Association of Convenience Stores annual trade show, which also appears to be tagged as the location on the Candy Hunting post.

Credit: Coca Cola Company

This comes after the news that the Coca Cola company would be releasing two new flavours: Coca Cola Cinnamon and Sprite Winter Spiced Cranberry.

The Sprite drink landed on September 30, and will remain available throughout the festive season, or while stocks last.

As for the Dr. Pepper cream soda flavour, Bustle reports that the drink is expected to become available in March of next year.

This article originally appeared on vt.co