Towards the end of April, Hi-C launched their on-line marketing campaign (Ecto-Containment Blog Post, April 25, 2016) for Ecto Cooler return. With a tentative release date on May 30, 2016. Tentative as chain grocery retailers still might not have received the infamous juice box. While many of us, including myself have yet to see the “drink of childhood” in stores, cans are a different story.
Ecto Cooler in its 11.5 ounce can is available at Cinemark, as they seem to be the official move theater for Ghostbusters (2016). If a Cinemark location requires an overnight for you, ghostheads can order from Amazon, (if you’re a prime member) northeast US chain Shop Rite, H-E-B, and coming soon Walmart.
I’ve never been an Amazon Prime member. I threw around the idea all of 5 minutes if I saw Ecto-Cooler in stock, I’d start a 30 day trial. Its currently the least expensive, (from when I last checked) for an entire case of ectoplasm citrus juice.
Unfortunately when I ordered it was right at the weekend. I had to wait patiently for today and for UPS to deliver. I was excited to open the smiling brown box. It’s just beginning to set in that I have real Ecto Cooler in my residence for the first time in 25 years!
As a single can isn’t cold, (web site priorities) I’m not exactly sure what I’ll think and feel. When I do my taste test I’ll write more about the experience. Until then let’s see how nutritious drinking green juice based on slime is.
100% Vitamin C. It has Blue #1. We’re good.