To tackle the chemical shift displacement artifacts (CSDA), B1-inhomoheneity, water and fat suppression as well as specific absorption-rate (SAR) limitation at 7T spectroscopy, an EPSI-variant sequence is developed in this study. The conventional slice-selective refocusing pulse is replaced by a spectral-selective adiabatic 2π-pulse pair. The results show a 77% reduction of CSDA, homogeneous refocusing map, water suppression factor ≥ 1000 within an acceptable SAR both in vitro and in vivo measurement. The scan time for the whole brain is within 8 minutes. This new EPSI-variant sequence shows its high application potential clinical routine.