Teem (Pepsi, 1960)
Introduced by Pepsi in 1960, Teem was a lemon-lime-flavored soft drink designed to compete against 7 Up and Coke’s Sprite.
Teem was sold in Canada and the U.S. until its sales declined dramatically and was discontinued in 1984. Into the 1990s, Teem lived on as Lemon-Lime Slice in some soda fountains. In the U.S., Teem’s closest relative is Sierra Mist.
Teem lived on in most international markets until the 1990s when Pepsi authorized vendors to replace it with 7 Up. Today, Teem is still available in Brazil, Uruguay, Honduras, Egypt, South Africa and Pakistan.