|Barq's||Crème, Root Beer|
|Coca-Cola||Cherry Coke, Coca-Cola Classic, Vanilla Coke|
|Crystal Light||Lemonade, Lemon-lime, Orange Pineapple Ice, Peach Mango, Raspberry Ice, Strawberry Kiwi, Strawberry Banana, Passionfruit, Berry Pomegranate, Cherry Limeade|
|Dr Pepper||Dr Pepper, Dr Pepper Vanilla|
|Fanta||Banana, Birch Beer, Blue Cherry, Blue Raspberry, Ginger Ale, Grape, Green Lemon Lime, Green Melon, Kiwi Strawberry, Orange, Orange Cream, Pineapple, Purple Berry Cherry, Mandarine Tangerine, Red Licorice, Super Sour Apple, Super Sour Cherry, Super Sour Watermelon, Vanilla, Watermelon, White Cherry, Wild Cherry, Wild Cherry-Reduced Calorie|
|Full Throttle||Frozen Fury, Blue Demon|
|Jolly Rancher||Green Apple|
|Hawaiian Punch||Regular, Green Berry Rush|
|Gatorade||Gridiron Ice (orange)|
|The Hershey Company||Bubble Yum|
|Master Chill||Bruisin Berry, Sour Green|
|Mello Yello||Mello Yello|
|Minute Maid||Blue Cherry, Blue Raspberry, Blueberry, Cherry, Grape, Lemonade, Orange, Passionfruit Orange, Peach, Pineapple, Raspberry Lemonade, Strawberry|
|Monster Energy||Black Ice|
|Mountain Dew||Mountain Dew, Code Red, Livewire (Orange), Pitch Black (Grape), Kryptonite Ice (lime-ish), Blue Shock (Blue Raspberry), Game Fuel (Citrus-Cherry), AMP Freez|
|Pepsi||Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi Blue|
|Sierra Mist||Sierra Mist, Shrekalicious|
|Starburst (confectionery)||Dragon Fruit|
|Tropicana||Blue Raspberry Rush|
|Other flavors||Piña Colada, Grapermelon, Frawg, Honeycomb, Blue Meanie (Australia). Arctic Burst, Gully Washer, StrawberrWii Banana, Blue Woo-Hoo! Vanilla (in tie in with The Simpsons Movie), Mango Bango Totally Wild Tea, Slurpuccino|
A Slurpee is a frozen carbonated beverage sold by 7-Eleven. In 1967, 7-Eleven licensed the product from the ICEE Company, and began selling it as the Slurpee. Slurpee is a registered trademark of the 7-Eleven Corporation.
The Slurpee machine has a dispenser knob for each flavor at the front of a tumbler or freezer, where patrons pour their own Slurpees. When Slurpees were first introduced, the dispensing machine was located behind the counter, and the clerk on duty would be tasked with dispensing the product. Common flavors are frozen Coke and cherry, but new flavors are introduced regularly. In the early days, flavors rotated much more vigorously than in modern times.
In the summer of 2006, 7-Eleven re-designed their cups to appeal more to young adults and teenagers to compete with the rising energy drink market. New signs and banners supported the change with lines such as "Mountain Dew Livewire: Shocking, like your report card."
Canadians purchase an average of 30 million drinks per year. Despite its status as the coldest city in the world with a population of over 600,000, Winnipeg, Manitoba was crowned the Slurpee Capital of the world for the ninth time in a row in 2008. In Manitoba, 7-Eleven stores across the province sell an average of 8,330 Slurpee drinks per month. The rest of Canada sells an average of 5,990, which makes Manitobans the world leader of Slurpee sales.
Though it is known to be sold in Mexico, it is not sold in most standard 7-Elevens.
Kennewick, Washington is vying for the crown of Slurpee capital of the world. The city of 54,693 people (as of 2000 census) has now held the record for 6 out of the last 9 months in 2008. The store in Kennewick achieved the status of most Slurpees sold in the U.S in 2007.