PepsiCo is bringing back the ’90s with Crystal Pepsi

PepsiCo announced a summer return of its ’90s hit soda, Crystal Pepsi.

The short-lived clear soda will be on shelves in the U.S. and Canada for a short time, much to the delight of its cult following.

The drink only lasted on store’s shelves from 1992 to 1994 before being pulled from the company’s regular lineup.

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The original rollout received a strong enough demand that other companies copied the going clear formula, notably rival Coca Cola, who released Tab Clear, a cinnamon-tinged version of Coke’s original diet soft drink.

"We've always had a special place in our heart for Crystal Pepsi, and there has been a huge groundswell of support to bring it back," Stacy Taffet, senior director of marketing, said in a news release. "What better way to celebrate this iconic 90s cola than to introduce a new take on one of the most beloved games of the decade.

The soda will start to hit shelves on July 11 in Canada and Aug. 8 in the U.S. with the retail push focusing on 20-ounce bottles that will retail for $1.79.

Here’s a look at Pepsi’s 2016 ad promoting their launch. It is dripping with ‘90s references meant to evoke nostalgia, like the computer game "The Oregon Trail," Tamagotchi pets and dial-up internet: