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Pizzaghetti Slushy Now Available In Canada [Video]

Couche-Tard Slushy

A so-called pizzaghetti slushy is now available to adventurous eaters in Canada.

In parts of Quebec, some people have an affinity for a meal that combines both pizza and spaghetti. While that sounds relatively harmless — particularly for those of us who love both dishes — the idea of chugging it down as a slushy doesn’t immediately sound appealing.

Even the dispenser is a little unappetizing. The machine appears to be stuffed with pizza and spaghetti that’s just waiting to get processed and served to you in a cup. In actuality, the pizzaghetti slushy is just a marketing gimmick to get people interested in the product.

The convenience store chain Couche-Tard is currently offering the unusual beverage to its customers. According to The Huffington Post, the drink is not unlike those Slush Puppies you fondly remember as a child. In this particular case, the slushy is designed to look like pizzaghetti.

Although the idea of consuming an ice-cold version of pureed pizza and spaghetti is enough to make some people retch, the drinks themselves do not taste like their namesake.

Delish reports that Couche-Tard’s pizza slushy tastes like kiwi, while the spaghetti drink smacks of strawberry. In other words, you’re not actually drinking anything that remotely resembles a pizzaghetti slushy.

In order to spread the word about the product, the convenience store chain has unveiled a 30-second commercial that’s getting some attention all on its own. The clip features a giant slice of pizza and a spaghetti woman making out in a park. It’s the sort of video that needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.

Here’s a picture of the Couche-Tard dispenser. It’s easy to understand why some people may initially be turned off by the fruit-flavored beverage. The company previously released wonton, swamp, and beef slushies, though none of them reportedly tasted like their namesakes.

What do you think about the pizzaghetti slushy that currently available in Canada?

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