Crunch Berries Slurpee
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7-Eleven Now Offers a Cap’n Crunch Crunch Berries Slurpee

If you’re a fan of the cereal, this new bright turquoise summer drink might just bowl you over
Crunch Berries Slurpee
Photo Modified: 7-Eleven/dreamstime

Fans of Cap’n Crunch Crunch Berries cereal will want to plot a course and sail down to their nearest 7-Eleven this summer. The convenience-store chain now has a Crunch Berries Slurpee flavor.

The new flavor was introduced at the beginning of July in preparation for 7-Eleven Day (July 11), and will only be sold at certain stores. (I checked two Seattle locations and couldn’t find it, though one store did have a banner sign for it on its Slurpee machines, and also was selling Cap’n Crunch T-shirts.)

The Slurpee has been “recreated with the berry goodness from one of America’s most beloved cereal brands, and frozen with a refreshing summer twist,” a 7-Eleven spokesperson told The Daily Meal in an email.

Some early slurpers loved the new flavor. Cereal blog Cerealously called it “super delicious,” and added, “and yes, its atomic turquoise color does leave your tongue looking like a flamboyant electric eel.”


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This Seattle 7-Eleven didn't have the new flavor yet, but it was ready with the promotional art.

Others weren’t toasting the new drink. Twitter user Dave Santia wrote, “If you don't mind the taste of absolute garbage in your mouth, then I highly recommend 7-Eleven's new Cap'n Crunch Slurpee! One sip, and you're guaranteed to be begging for a glass of water with a lemon in it!”

But those with fond memories of watching Saturday morning cartoons (SuperFriends! Schoolhouse Rock!) while downing bowl after bowl of the Cap’n’s finest might have to seek out a 7-Eleven that offers this flavor. While you sip your sweet treat, feast on these 7 to 11 reasons why we love Slurpees.

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