Pepsi, Coca-Cola’s main competitor, is a soda brand that was initially introduced as “Brad’s Drink” in 1893. It initially gained a lot of popularity during the Great Depression, when in 1934 Pepsi introduced the 12-ounce bottle. Prior to that, Pepsi and Coca-Cola sold their drinks in 6.5-ounce servings. Pepsi comes in many different flavours such as: Pepsi Twist, Pepsi Lime, Pepsi Wild Cherry, Pepsi Vanilla and more. Early versions of the Pepsi logo were similar to the ones of Coca-Cola, featuring cursive, bold, and red letters that would spell out “Pepsi-Cola”. The similarities between the new brands ended in 1950, when Pepsi introduced the iconic red,white, and blue color scheme. The current Pepsi logo is just the wordmark “pepsi” written in blue, and on its left you can find the iconic red,white, and blue “globe”, making it one of the most minimalist versions of the logo.