7-Eleven Released a Cap’n Crunch Berries Slurpee, And Twitter Is Blasting It

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Zendaya Coleman attends 7-Eleven's 86th birthday at a party. Charley Gallay/Getty Images for 7-Eleven

7-Eleven is known for its tasty Slurpees, but it seems like the convenience store chain really missed the mark with its latest offering.

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A Cap’n Crunch Berries Slurpee made its debut at 7-Eleven on June 29, and even though the sugary cereal is adored by millions, social media users have started sharing their thoughts on the new drink. Let’s just say they are rough to say the least. In fact, one user even went so far as to compare the cold beverage to “garbage.”

Instagram user Junkfoodmom remarked, “First couple of slurps it does actually taste like the cereal.. in a frozen freaky way,” but her review only got worse. She later added, “But after those first slurps it’s just weird…. not in a great way. There was a guy in front of me that bought one too and his words were ‘unique but I’ll never buy it again.’ I think that sums up my opinion too.”

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If you’re ready to feel pretty bad for the Cap’n, check out some additional reactions below:

The bad reviews for the Cap’n Crunch Berries Slurpee are particularly disheartening since 7-Eleven celebrated the debut of the beverage by releasing an exclusive shirt that shows the Cap’n himself holding a Slurpee that tastes like his cereal.

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And despite the harsh reviews above, not everyone has been hating on the Cap’n Crunch Berries Slurpee. Take a look at a few positive reviews below:

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