Pepper Juice is a soft drink that appears in Rabbids Invasion. It is the Rabbids favorite beverage. Certain episodes center on the Rabbids trying to obtain some. In other episodes they are seen casually drinking it in Rabbidland.
Its makes a cameo in Kite Rabbids as the wind blows away a empty can of Pepper Juice.
It would appear in Snoring Rabbid, as an energy drink that helps a Rabbid get hyper enough to carry a shopping cart.
In Pecking Rabbid, A chick forces a Rabbid to bring him food and one of the pieces of food is a can of Pepper juice.
One of it's most known appearances is in Raving Thirst, In the episode, two rabbids in the desert, very thirsty. One rabbid, completely dehydrated, sees a sign with the Pepper Juice logo After realizing it's fake, they follow a truck that has the Pepper Juice sign on it, knowing it has drinks. The second rabbid, however, sees a pond of water and tries to tell his friend but he doesn't listen to him. After getting to the truck and taking the drinks, they accidentally, fall off and get into traffic, with the soda cans rolling beside them, they falls off the hill and land on a beach. The second rabbid takes the can and finally drinks a can. However, his formerly calm friend doesn't get to soothe his thirst so soon he becomes the same as his friend.
Mascot & SloganEdit
The slogans for Pepper Juice in Rabbid Market is "Pepper Juice makes you peppy!" and "Feel the pepper! Pepper Juice, on sale now!".
Pepper Juice is represented by a muscular cartoon Pepper which appears in commercials, advertisements, and on Pepper Juice cans. Ironically, the Rabbids love the Pepper Juice mascot as shown in Rabbid Market when they become angry when commercial for Pepper Juice switches from the dancing Pepper Juice mascot to a man in a white tuxedo promoting the drink. Kevin is shown dressed as a pepper juice mascot promoting the drink in Rabbid Market, but ends up being chased by the Rabbids. He later forces the Rabbids to work as Pepper Juice mascots, however they enjoy the role due to their love of dancing, even getting to female customers to dance along with them.