A Definitive Ranking of the Most Iconic Slurpee Flavors

Who doesn't love an ice cold Slurpee?

No visit to 7-Eleven is complete without getting one. In fact, it's the only reason we go to the convenience store so frequently in the first place.

Whether it's summer or winter, this chilly treat always hits the spot.

Because we love Slurpees so much, we decided to rank the 10 most well-known flavors. We'd rank them all, but we don't have the time or the energy. Plus, we're all fully aware which flavor reigns supreme. And if you can't guess which one it is, scroll below to find out!

10. Sour Patch Watermelon

We want to love this flavor. We still hold out hope that'll somehow improve every time we regretfully fill our cup with it, but it doesn't. As much as we love Sour Patch Watermelon candies, it was a horrible decision to turn it into a Slurpee flavor. We're not judging, we all make mistakes, but this one needs to be erased. It's not really sour, not really sweet. Honestly, it just leaves a bad taste in our mouth. We've even tried adding in actual sour watermelon candies, but that didn't do the trick. There's really no way to save this Slurpee flavor… next.

9. Lemonade

Lemonade sounds like a good idea for a Slurpee flavor, emphasis on sounds. In theory, who doesn't love a frozen lemonade? The only problem is that this version is a whole lot more watered down than we'd like, and a lot less sour than sweet. It should just be called lemon, because it needs a whole lot of aid, but nobody is coming to its rescue. If that doesn't say it all, we don't know what does.

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8. Mountain Dew

We're not big fans of Mountain Dew in general, but it's at least a little bit better when it's in Slurpee form. That said, it's still not one of our favorites, and it's not a flavor we can't fully get behind. It's just… meh. It's actually a little bit worse than meh, because it ranks so low on this list, but we'll cut our hatred of Mountain Dew short before this piece becomes a roast of the soda.

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7. Orange Crush

Do we love orange soda? We do, we do, we do! That was a reference a handful of you were probably too young to catch, but look it up anyway. Back to Orange Crush. It's a fine flavor, not great by any means, but it gets the job done. It tastes delicious in the first few sips, but then it becomes a bit too sweet. And once fully melted, it's a far cry from the orange soda we're used to.

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6. Dr. Pepper

Dr. Pepper as a soda is arguably one of the best soft drinks out there. Dr. Pepper as a Slurpee, still pretty darn good. It's definitely a classic and one we wish was a staple at every 7-Eleven we go to, which is more than we'd like to admit. But to be fair, there are a handful of Slurpee flavors that edge ahead of Dr. Pepper. We'll love you forever, but you're not our No. 1.

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5. Piña Colada

We enjoy a nice piña colada Slurpee, even if it includes us getting caught in the rain. It's all sorts of fruity and tangy, with a smooth and sweet aftertaste. But once it comes more slush, the flavoring loses its, well, flavor. It tastes just like ice. That said, we'd take a bland ice flavoring over one that's too sour or too sweet any day of the week. We can't forget that piña colada is also a flavor that blends well with a variety of other flavors on the Slurpee roster.

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4. Blue Raspberry

Though blue raspberries aren't found in nature, it's one of our favorite artificial flavors. It's practically all sugar, but that's just the way we like it. If a Slurpee's syrup isn't sweet, what good is it to anyone? When you're left with nothing but the flavoring and a few ice chunks, you better enjoy what you're slurping down. See what we did there? Anyway, blue raspberry is a solid flavor. When our favorites aren't available, it's usually the one we turn to in our time of need.

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3. Banana

This may be a controversial pick for some, but we're big fans of the banana Slurpee flavor. It's fruity and sweet, tasting like an icy version of that Runts candy. Not to mention, it adds to the flavoring of any Slurpee it's mixed in with. We know we're going to get plenty of hate for ranking banana so high, but we really don't care. It's delicious and everyone knows it. Enough said.

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2. Cherry

If you were shocked by our No. 3 pick, our No. 2 spot probably comes at no surprise. One of the most iconic Slurpee flavors to ever exist, cherry is where it's at. It's tangy and sweet, but still tastes just as delectable when the ice melts away and all that's left is the syrup. Again, this is a flavor that mixes incredibly well with all the others, adding a little something extra to the concoction, too. We never want to live in a world where the cherry Slurpee flavor doesn't exist.

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1. Coke

Our No. 1 pick should really come as no surprise to anyone who loves Slurpees as much as we do. Coke takes the top spot and we don't think we need to explain why. Other than being delicious, it's a classic that will never go out of style. When other flavors come and go, Coke will always be there to fill our hearts. Cheers to you, Coke!

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Didn't agree with our Slurpee ranking? Don't worry, we have more for you to judge. Check out our definitive ranking of the Cheesecake Factory's top cheesecakes HERE.