Can You Name the Capri Sun Flavor From a Picture of the Pouch?

Jacqueline Samaroo

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About This Quiz

Straw in hand! It's time for a refreshing look at some of the most classic flavors from everyone's childhood!

Capri Sun originated in Germany in 1969 as Capri Sonne. The company began with just two flavors, Orange and Lemon, in the now iconic stand-up pouch. It was first sold in 10-pack boxes in 1973 and by 1979 was enjoying widespread popularity around the world. The company now offers an array of beverages, from sports drinks to flavored water and from fruit juices to fruit and vegetable blends.

Capri Sun was first introduced in the United States in 1982 when it won the award for "Packaging of the Year." In 2004, the company proudly announced that it had sold 5 billion of its juice pouches worldwide and that mind-blowing figure jumped to 6 billion in 2014. The Capri Sun pouch has earned much respect and further added to its legendary status in 2010 when the pouch made its way to the International Space Station thanks to the European Space Agency - respect, indeed!

Many persons can recall Capri Sun as a distinctive taste from their childhood. Whether you grew up on the good stuff or you discovered Capri Sun as an adult, do you think you can identify these iconic flavors from the picture on their pouch? Take the quiz and see how you do!


If you recognize the fruits on the pouch, do you think you can name the Capri Sun flavor shown here?

Although red is the color that often springs to mind when we think of berries, they can actually be found in a range of colors. For instance, bananas, eggplants and cucumbers are all berries, but they are not typically red.

Which untamed Capri Sun flavor can be found in the pouch shown here?

Cherries are a wide variety of fruits described as drupes or stone fruit (for their single hard seed). Cherry may be the dominant flavor in the Capri Sun Wild Cherry pouch, but there is also some pear, grape and apple in the mix.

Can you name this Capri Sun flavor which takes its name from Earth's largest body of water?

Pacific Cooler often gets ranked among the best-tasting of all the Capri Sun flavors. The reason behind that could be its unique blend of some of the most common and most loved fruits: apple, orange, grape, pear and pineapple!

What is the name of this flavor which is related to a nut from African rain forests?

When they first came on the scene, colas were actually flavored with the kola nut. The plant, which is native to the hot and humid rain forests of Africa, is noted for the high caffeine-content in its leaves, as well as in the kola nut.

These fruits grow in clusters of up to 300 and make which popular flavor of Capri Sun juice?

Both purple and white grapes are featured on the Capri Sun Original Grape pouch. Purple is the original color of grapes while white grapes (which are actually green in color) are due to mutation. Other grape colors include pink, yellow, crimson, black, orange and dark blue.

This Capri Sun flavor might make you want to grab your board and hit the waves, but can you name it?

Capri Sun invites you to "ride the wave" with its Surfer Cooler flavor, which gets its unique taste from pear, orange and pineapple juice. Other flavors in Capri Sun's Cooler line up include Pacific, Mountain, Splash and Coastal.

Three-parts fruit juice and one-part vegetable juice go into making which Capri Sun flavor shown here?

Like others in the Capri Sun Super-V line, the Apple Juice Drink contains one combined serving of fruit and vegetable with zero preservatives added. Capri Sun fans might be aware that after being reformulated, the Super-V line was reintroduced as Capri Sun Fruit and Veggie Blends.

Can you name this Capri Sun flavor whose ingredients have been specially certified?

“A burst of sweet juicy goodness” is how Capri Sun describes its Organic Grape Juice Drink. Like the other four flavors in this range, the ingredients in this Capri Sun flavor have been certified organic by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

Do you recognize this Capri Sun flavor which features a blend of two delicious fruits?

The garden strawberry was developed in Europe in the 1700s. The kiwi or kiwifruit is native to Taiwan and China and is sometimes referred to as the Chinese gooseberry. Interestingly, while the kiwi is a berry, the strawberry is not technically considered to be one!

Can you identify this Capri Sun flavor which takes its name from a widely popular citrus fruit?

According to the company's website, Capri Sun Original Orange is its most popular flavor! It is also one of the two flavors first produced by the company back in 1969 when the company was known as Capri-Sonne. The other flavor was lemon.

The pouch shows two fruits but only one is in the name. Think you know which one it is?

Just like many of the other Capri Sun flavors, the grape variety of the 100% Juice line has apple juice among its ingredients. Even if you didn't spot the apple wedges on the pouch, that distinctive taste is hard to miss!

The ingredients in this Capri Sun drink are USDA-certified. Can you name the flavor?

Organic white grape, apple, orange and pineapple juices all combine to bring on the great taste of Capri Sun's Organic Tropical Punch Juice Drink. No wonder it is described as having "a punch of summer flavor!"

Do you recognize these fruits and the refreshing Capri Sun flavor named after them?

Berry Rapids is just one of the six flavors in the Capri Sun Roarin' Waters line, and each one has a name as refreshing as its taste! Along with Berry Rapids, there are also Tropical Tide, Grape Geyser, Wild Cherry Waterfall, Fruit Punch Wave and Strawberry Kiwi Surf.

Which classic summer fruit juice flavor is featured on this Capri Sun pouch?

Lemonade is often depicted as the quintessential beverage for hot summer days. The lemon fruit, however, is not the only place you get its refreshing flavor from. There are limes, as well as some varieties of basil, mint and thyme which all mimic lemon's awesome flavor!

This Capri Sun flavor takes its name from a season. Can you guess what it is?

The berries used in Capri Sun Summer Berries are listed as cherry, strawberry, blackcurrant and raspberry. If you detect any other awesome fruity flavors in the taste, they are probably from the lemon and apple, which are also included.

Do you recognize this Capri Sun flavor that offers three-quarters of a cup of fruit juice in every pouch?

The refreshing taste of watermelons is unmistakable in Capri Sun 100% Juice Watermelon Fruit drink. Considering how great watermelons taste, it might come as a surprise to some persons to find out that the fruit actually contains over 90% water!

Given its name, it would be very appropriate for you to kick back on the beach with this flavor. Do you know what it is?

Capri Sun invites you to "Cruise the coast" with its Original Coastal Cooler flavor. Its refreshingly fruity taste is the ideal choice for a day spent lounging at the seaside. Just don't forget your sunscreen!

The refreshing flavor in this pouch is named for one of Earth's climatic zones. Can you spot it?

The word "tropical" is normally associated with hot and humid weather - perfect for a cool, refreshing drink! Quick geography lesson: the tropics are the region of Earth located between the Tropic of Capricorn (which is north of the Equator) and the Tropic of Cancer (which is south of the Equator).

Which "active" Capri Sun offers two zesty citrus fruit flavors in one pouch?

Lemon Lime Rush comes from a range officially called "Capri Sun Sport Flavored Water Beverage." Like other sports drinks, all four Capri Sun Sport flavors contain electrolytes to help replace those lost in sweat when you are active.

Think "location" and the pineapple on this pouch will be a sure giveaway! Can you name the flavor?

All of the flavors in Capri Sun's Roarin' Waters range have names that really tie into the "Roarin' Waters" theme. Apart from Tide, there are also Wave, Surf, Geyser, Rapids and Waterfall. Now that’s cool!

Can you name this flavor with its easy-to-recognize fruit on the pouch?

Their distinctive flavor and the deep pink color they impart might explain why strawberries get put to so many different culinary uses. Strawberries are also quite nutritious as they are good sources of both Vitamin C and manganese.

Capri Sun offers much more of its thirst-quenching goodness in which aptly named flavor pictured here?

It is more than size which sets the Capri Sun Big Pouch drinks apart from the rest. The large pouch is designed with a re-closable cap, instead of a straw, which might make adults feel "more adult" while enjoying their favorite childhood flavors.

The apple, grape and cherry combination make this flavor a big "hit," but can you name it?

The Capri Sun 100% Fruit Punch Juice offers drinkers three-quarters of a cup of fruit juice in every pouch. It also contains one combined serving of fruit and vegetable. Even more great news is that it comes with no added sugar!

Which of these Capri Sun Juice Drinks includes the delicious fruit flavors shown on this pouch?

The Original line of Capri Sun Juice Drinks is, by far, the most extensive in terms of the number of flavors offered. Out of this wide range, a total of five of the Originals get the word "Cooler" in their names - perhaps as a testament to just how refreshing they are!

The name on this Capri Sun pouch points to its blend of several flavors. Can you identify what it is?

The term "punch" is derived from the Sanskrit word for "five," alluding to the fact that the original punch contained five ingredients. A punch typically has at least one fruit among its ingredients and can be either alcoholic or non-alcoholic.

Which Capri Sun flavor is depicted by these bunches of yummy-looking fruit on its pouch?

Blackcurrants became hugely popular in the United Kingdom after they were heavily promoted during World War II as an excellent source of Vitamin C. In fact, just one serving of raw blackcurrants provides over 200% of the recommended daily adult intake of vitamin C!

It's no "small" feat if you can identify this Capri Sun drink from its pouch! Can you do it?

Not all countries that sell Capri Sun products offer the Big Pouch line. For those that do, Orange Lemon is one of the more popular flavors. Its refreshing taste gets a boost from the apple juice it contains along with the orange and lemon for which it is named.

The name of this Capri Sun flavor brings the sound of crashing waves to mind. Do you know what it is?

China holds the title of largest kiwi producer in the world with Italy and New Zealand coming in at second and third, respectively. Both China and New Zealand have honored the kiwi by making it their national fruit.

This Capri Sun juice has an outdoorsy kind of name. Do you know which one it is?

The Capri Sun Mountain Cooler is big on flavor. In fact, its mountain of flavor might make it difficult for you to discern that this is one of the company's apple juice variations - until you take a look at the pouch, that is!

Can you identify this Capri Sun flavor which shares its name with the fantastic-looking beast on its pouch?

The "dragon" in Capri Sun Original Mystic Dragon Juice Drink actually refers to the dragon fruit juice in its ingredients. If you ever wondered what are the other fruits lending their flavors to this popular drink, they are banana, grape, apple and strawberry.

The name of this flavor seems like a guarantee that it's ALL good! Can you name it?

Capri Sun uses awesome apples in quite a few of its flavors, which might explain why they're all so yummy! For the Capri Sun Apple 100% Juice, the company says there is actually three-quarters of a cup of real apple juice in each pouch.

Which awesome Capri Sun flavor pictured here contains 97% water flavored with 3% fruit juices?

"Exotic" Mango-Passion Fruit and "punchy" Blackcurrant are the two flavors offered in the Capri Sun Fruity Water range. As for the Mango-Passion Fruit version, major props to you if you guessed that there is a little apple juice in there as well!

Can you identify this Capri Sun flavor that gets its name from a fruit sometimes called carambola?

The star fruit, or carambola, is native to Southeast Asia. The fruit most often has a very distinct cross-section resembling a 5-point star, but the points can number anywhere from 4 to 8.

Which flavor of Capri Sun gets its name from the bunches of purple and white fruit shown on its pouch?

Humans have cultivated grapes for more than 7,000 years. There is evidence that the Ancient Egyptians, Romans and Greeks all grew grapes, which they ate raw or used to make wines.

You probably know that this Capri Sun flavor provides electrolyte replacement for sweaty bodies, but can you name it?

Naturally flavored Capri Sun Sport Fruit Frenzy is designed to help replace lost electrolytes. That's a good thing since optimal electrolyte levels help our bodies to maintain fluid balance and control blood pressure.

The national fruit of both India and Pakistan gives its flavor to this Capri Sun juice. Do you know what it is called?

The Capri Sun Original Mango Juice Drink gets a citrus boost in its flavor from the lemon. According to the manufacturers, this Capri Sun will "liven up your taste buds in no time," for whatever adventure you're about to embark on.

The fruit on the pouch gives its name to this Capri Sun flavor which is formulated for active people. Can you name it?

Hydration and electrolyte replacement are the main aims of the Capri Sun Sport line, which comes in four popular, refreshing flavors. Customers can choose from Grape Blast, Orange Shock, Fruit Frenzy and Lemon Lime Rush.

Can you identify this Capri Sun drink which takes its name from a seaside feature?

An urge to go surfing might accompany the taste of the Capri Sun Roarin Waters Fruit Punch Wave Flavored Water Beverage. It's a mix of natural fruit flavors with no artificial ingredients added in!

There is nothing "tame" about the flavor packed into this pouch! Can you say what it is?

The name "wild cherry" is given to several different varieties of cherries. One of them is the sour cherry, which is native to parts of Asia and Europe. The sour cherry made its way to the Americas along with the very first European colonists to settle there.

Can you identify the USDA-certified flavor of Capri Sun in this image?

Lemons are originally from South Asia, but they were introduced into North Africa, then Spain and the rest of Europe from around 1200 CE. Both the juice and peel of the lemon fruit have a wide variety of culinary uses, as do the leaves that are often used in tea preparation.

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