80 Mountain Dew Flavors from Around the World
Mountain Dew is a carbonated soft drink brand produced and owned by PepsiCo. I love Diet Mountain Dew. I drink too much of it. The other day I was sitting on the toilet, drinking my Diet Dew, thinking about what other flavors of Mountain Dew are/were out there. Behold, 80 Mountain Dew flavors:
1948 – Present
The original flavor. A yellow-green-colored, citrus-flavored soda that was developed in the 1940s by Barney and Ally Hartman, who were beverage bottlers in Tennessee. A revised formula was created by Bill Bridgforth in the year 1958. Flavor changed to use high fructose corn syrup in 1990's. Old recipe using cane sugar is now Throwback.
Caffeine-Free Mountain Dew
1976 – Present
Non-caffeinated Mountain Dew. Available in various parts of the United States. In Australia, it was once sold as regular Mountain Dew, but as of June 2012 Australian Mountain Dew is now sold with caffeine in it. Until 2012, the Canadian version of Mountain Dew was caffeine-free, but has been reformulated as Mountain Dew "Citrus Charge" and now contains caffeine.
Diet Mountain Dew
1988 – Present
A no-calorie Mountain Dew that was first introduced in 1988. It was formerly known as "Sugar-Free Mountain Dew" until 1986, when it was given its current name. In 2006 Diet Mountain Dew was reformulated with a new "Tuned Up Taste", using a blend of sucralose, aspartame, and acesulfame potassium as sweeteners. The previous formulation was sweetened exclusively with aspartame. In limited areas in the United States, Diet Mountain Dew has treated water instead of carbonated water as a fountain drink.
Mountain Dew Red (Discontinued)
Simply known to be Fruit-flavored Mountain Dew, Red was the first Mountain Dew flavor variation, and was discontinued the same year it was released. Its legacy lives on as Mountain Dew Code Red, but the two are entirely different flavors. It was only available in Alabama.
Diet Mountain Dew Red (Discontinued)
A zero-calorie version of Mountain Dew Red. Like the original version, it was also discontinued in the same year and was also only available in Alabama.
Caffeine-Free Diet Mountain Dew
1989 – Present
A no-calorie, non-caffeinated Mountain Dew. Available in limited locations in the United States. In Australia it is sold as "Diet Mountain Dew."
Mountain Dew Sport (Discontinued)
Following initial test marketing in 1989, this Mountain Dew-flavored sports drink was released in a limited number of U.S. regions in 1990. A 2-calorie variant was released, as well as a Diet version. They were all short-lived, being discontinued in 1991.
Diet Mountain Dew Sport (Discontinued)
The zero-calorie version of Mountain Dew Sport. Like the original version, it was also discontinued in 1991.
Mountain Dew Code Red
2001 – Present (U.S.)
2009–present (New Zealand)
2013, 2014-present (Canada)
A cherry-flavored Mountain Dew. Introduced in 2001, it was the first widely successful flavor extension; In its first year of production, Code Red increased overall sales of Mountain Dew by 6%. Versions of Code Red were later released in New Zealand in 2009 (with the cherry flavor changed to berry), in Germany in 2010 and in Canada for DEWmocracy Canada in 2013, where it finished in 2nd place. Code Red was released along with the two other losing flavors from DewMocracy 2013, and won the vote, making it a permanent flavor in Canada.
Diet Mountain Dew Code Red
2002 – Present
A no-calorie, no-sugar cherry-flavored Mountain Dew. Available in limited areas only, it was first introduced in late 2002.
Mountain Dew Live Wire
2011-present (New Zealand)
An orange-colored, orange-flavored Mountain Dew. Live Wire was initially introduced in 2003 as a limited-edition flavor for the summer. In 2005, after two years of limited summer releases, Live Wire became a permanent addition to the product line. It appears that Live Wire became region-specific in 2011, as many areas across the U.S. began noticing its disappearance from shelves. It was also released in New Zealand in 2011. It was released in Malaysia in 2013 and in both the Philippines and Singapore in 2014.
Mountain Dew Pitch Black (Discontinued)
2004, 2011 (America)
2011 –2012 (New Zealand)
A dark purple-colored, grape-flavored Mountain Dew released for the 2004 Halloween season. Pitch Black was re-released in 2011 as a part of the "Back by popular DEWmand" promotion in the United States and was also released in New Zealand. The US version stayed on shelves through May and July. It was released in Malaysia in 2013 and in both the Philippines and Singapore in 2014.
Mountain Dew Baja Blast
2004 – Present
A sea green, tropical lime-flavored Mountain Dew introduced in 2004, available exclusively as a fountain drink at Taco Bell restaurants. On May 5, 2014, Baja Blast was made available in stores for a limited time by popular demand.
Mountain Dew Game Fuel (Halo 3 Edition) (Discontinued)
A red-orange-colored, citrus-cherry-flavored Mountain Dew first released in August 2007 for a total of 12 weeks to promote the release of Halo 3, an Xbox 360 game. Two years later, this flavor saw a limited return to shelves promoting World of Warcraft. It was sold under the name "Mountain Dew Game Fuel Horde Red" with redesigned packaging and a new counterpart flavor. On 24 August 2011, it was announced that this flavor would once again return to shelves to coincide with the upcoming game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Its taste has been compared to "LiveWire", "Code Red" and the energy drink AMP Overdrive (another drink sold under the Mountain Dew brand name).
Mountain Dew Revolution (Discontinued)
A sky blue-colored, wild berry fruit-flavored Mountain Dew with ginseng. One of the three "candidate flavor" finalists for DEWmocracy's "People's Dew" national vote. Revolution held the highest number of votes until the end of the promotion, when it dropped to 3rd place and lost to Mountain Dew Voltage. In 2011, the "Mountain Dew Throwback Shack" offered a prize of "A Hidden Stash of Dew" which was revealed to be glass bottles of Revolution with lab labels on them. Demand for Revolution has increased since Pitch Black, Typhoon, and Supernova were returning to shelves, but Mountain Dew said that there were currently no plans to rerelease Revolution, but they "Never say Never".
Mountain Dew Supernova
2008, 2011 (America)
2013 and 2014(Canada)
A magenta-colored, strawberry-melon-flavored Mountain Dew with ginseng. One of the three "candidate flavor" finalists for DEWmocracy's "People's Dew" national vote, it lost to Mountain Dew Voltage. It had held the fewest votes until the end, when it finished in 2nd place. This flavor was re-released as a part of the "Back by popular DEWmand" promotion in early May 2011 and stayed on shelves through July. In 2012 it was released in Finland and is produced under license by Hartwall. In 2013 it was released in Canada for DEWmocracy Canada, where it finished in 4th place. In 2014, it was released again in Canada for Back By Popular DEWmand Canada, along with the two other losing flavors of DEWmocracy 2013 in Canada. DEW
Mountain Dew Voltage
2008 – Present (America)
2011–2014 (New Zealand)
A deep blue-colored, raspberry-citrus-flavored Mountain Dew with ginseng. A part of the first DEWmocracy promotion, it was released in stores on 19 May 2008 as a limited edition flavor so that people could taste test which flavor they like best before voting. Voltage was announced the winner with 42% of all votes on 17 August 2008. It was released as a permanent flavor on 29 December 2008 and was later released in New Zealand in 2011 under the name "Electro Shock" and described as a "charge of wild berry flavour." Electro Shock was discontinued in 2014. A Diet Voltage was released in 2011 as a part of the "FanDEWmonium" promotion and made it to the finals with Diet Mountain Dew Supernova, meaning it had a limited release in U.S. stores while voting took place, until Diet Supernova was revealed to be the winner. It came in second in voting, against Diet Mountain Dew Supernova with 45% out of all votes. Mountain Dew Voltage was released in 2013 for DEWmocracy Canada where it got the most votes and Won. becoming a permanent Canadian flavor. Mountain Dew Game Fuel (World of Warcraft "Horde Red" Edition) 2009 In 2009, the original "Game Fuel" flavor returned to shelves for 10 weeks under this name in connection with World of Warcraft, with a name and label design updated to reflect the game. It was later rereleased on October 2011 with updated packaging to promote the video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and again in 2012 to promote Halo 4.
Mountain Dew Game Fuel (World of Warcraft "Alliance Blue" Edition) (Discontinued)
A blue violet-colored, wild fruit punch-flavored Mountain Dew flavor released alongside "Mountain Dew Game Fuel Horde Red" for a 10-week period in 2009. Like Horde Red, Alliance Blue was a promotional flavor for World of Warcraft.
Diet Mountain Dew Ultra Violet (Discontinued)
A lavender-colored, mixed berry-flavored Mountain Dew. It was originally available for three months in 2009; and was the first Mountain Dew flavor available exclusively in Diet. It was released on 3 August 2009 at a first taste party in Brooklyn, New York. This flavor returned for the "FanDEWmonium" promotion, but ultimately lost to Diet Mountain Dew Supernova, coming in sixth place and not making it into the final round. Its flavor is sometimes compared to that of "Revolution" due to their berry-themed flavoring.
Mountain Dew Throwback
2009 – Present
A variation of Mountain Dew in the U.S. containing natural sugar in place of high fructose corn syrup, first released in a limited production run during the summer of 2009. Mountain Dew Throwback has since been re-released for brief periods (generally 8–12 weeks at a time), including a 2nd wave from December 2009 - February 2010 and a 3rd wave in Summer/Fall 2010. A fourth limited production run began in March 2011, lasting for eight weeks, before it became a permanent addition.
Mountain Dew Cherry Fusion (Discontinued)
A red-colored, cherry-flavored fountain drink only available at Wienerschnitzel restaurants in the Western United States. It has a stronger cherry flavor in comparison to Code Red. Because this flavor was removed from the official Wienerschnitzel online menu, it is presumed to be discontinued.
A deep green-colored, lime-flavored Mountain Dew. Part of the second "DEWmocracy: Collective Intelligence" promotion. It lost to Mountain Dew White Out and came in 3rd place with only 16% of all votes. Due to its similarity in color to the original Mountain Dew, Distortion was packaged in a clear bottle with a black label (as opposed to the green-plastic bottle with a green label used in the original Mountain Dew) in an attempt to avoid confusion. A Diet Distortion was created for the FanDEWmonium promotion, which came in eighth place, not making it to the final round.
Mountain Dew Typhoon (Discontinued)
A red-orange-colored, strawberry-pineapple flavored Mountain Dew. Part of the second Mountain Dew "DEWmocracy: Collective Intelligence" promotion. It lost to Mountain Dew White Out and came in 2nd place with 40% of all votes. A Diet Typhoon was created for the FanDEWmonium promotion, which came in fifth place, not making it to the final round. It was announced on 15 April 2011 that Typhoon would return in May 2011 as part of the "Back by Popular DEWmand" promotion and it stayed on shelves in 2-Liter bottles exclusively at Walmart Supercenters through July.
Mountain Dew White Out
2010 – Present (U.S.)
2013 and 2014 (Canada)
A white-colored, smooth citrus-flavored Mountain Dew. Part of the second Mountain Dew "DEWmocracy: Collective Intelligence" promotion. It was released in stores on 19 April as a limited edition flavor so that people could taste test which flavor they like best before voting. Voting ended on 14 June, and White Out won the campaign with 44% of the votes. It became a permanent flavor and was officially for sale on 4 October 2010 . It later released in Japan in 2012. A Diet White Out was created for the FanDEWmonium promotion, which came in third place, not making it to the final round. It has been available in slurpee form since January 2011. White Out was also released in Canada for Dewmocracy Canada in 2013, but finished in 3rd place. Along with Supernova and Code Red, White Out was released for Back By Popular DEWmand 2014 in Canada.
Diet Mountain Dew Flare (Discontinued)
A deep yellow-colored, berry-citrus-flavored Diet Mountain Dew. Part of "FanDEWmonium" promotion series of flavors but it lost to Diet Mountain Dew Supernova and came in fourth place, not making it into the final round.
Diet Mountain Dew Crave (Discontinued)
A light green-colored, sweet and sour apple-flavored Diet Mountain Dew. Part of "FanDEWmonium" promotion series of flavors but it lost to Diet Mountain Dew Supernova, coming in seventh place and not making it to the final round.
Diet Mountain Dew Supernova (Discontinued)
A magenta-colored, strawberry-melon-flavored Diet Mountain Dew with a "shot of ginseng" for flavor enhancement. This flavor began as one of the "FanDEWmonium" promotion series of flavors. Diet Supernova was released in U.S. stores alongside Diet Mountain Dew Voltage on 6 March 2011 for eight weeks as a limited edition diet flavor so that people could taste test which flavor they preferred before voting. It won FanDEWmonium with 55% out of all votes, and became a permanent addition to the Diet Mountain Dew flavor line-up. It returned for a 12-week limited release in February but was removed from shelves permanently after its 12-week limited release due to poor sales.
Mountain Dew Game Fuel Cherry-Citrus (Call of Duty: MW3 Edition) (Discontinued)
The same red-orange-colored, cherry-citrus formula used for the original Halo 3 Game Fuel in 2007 that returned as "Game Fuel Horde Red" in 2009 for World of Warcraft. For its 2011 release, its packaging was redesigned to promote the video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Though this drink's concept was leaked in early August 2011 by means of an eBay auction, it was announced on Mountain Dew's Facebook page on 24 August 2011 and was released to U.S. stores on 10 October that year, staying on shelves until the end of 2011.
Mountain Dew Game Fuel Tropical (Call of Duty: MW3 Edition) (Discontinued)
A dark green-colored, Tropical-flavored Mountain Dew flavor to coincide with the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Like its counterpart, its concept was leaked in early August 2011 by means of an eBay auction, was announced on Mountain Dew's Facebook page on 24 August 2011 and was released to U.S. stores on 10 October that year. It stayed on shelves until the end of 2011. It was originally tested by 500 Dew Labs members as a "Mystery" flavor, and was described by many to resemble the taste of "Baja Blast" and "Distortion".
Mountain Dew Dark Berry (Discontinued)
2012 (U.S., Finland and Denmark)
A limited-edition mixed-berry-flavored Mountain Dew that coincided with the film The Dark Knight Rises. It first gained popularity in late May when a 3-in-one photo of its 12-pack box design leaked on Instagram. On 14 March, Dark Berry was announced by the Mountain Dew Facebook page. It's 8-week release period began on 18 June.
Mountain Dew Johnson City Gold
2012–present (Test Markets Only)
A malt flavored version of Mountain Dew, named after Johnson City, Tennessee, that was test-marketed starting in late August 2012 in the Chicago area, Denver, Colorado, and Charlotte, North Carolina. The beverage featured a malt flavor with a kick of lemon-lime.
Mountain Dew Game Fuel Cherry-Citrus (Halo 4 Edition) (Discontinued)
On 1 October 2012, Mountain Dew posted a picture on their Facebook page, confirming that Game Fuel would be returning for Halo 4.
Mountain Dew Kickstart Orange Citrus
2013 – Present
An orange-citrus-flavored morning soda that was released on February 25, 2013. It is advertised to contain caffeine and electrolytes to provide energy for the morning.
Mountain Dew Kickstart Fruit Punch
2013 – Present
A fruit-flavored soda that was released on February 25, 2013. The drink is advertised to have caffeine and electrolytes to provide energy for the morning.
Mountain Dew Game Fuel Cherry-Citrus (Dead Rising 3 Edition) (Discontinued)
The same red-orange-colored, cherry-citrus formula used for the original Game Fuel releases in 2007, 2009, 2011, and 2012. For its 2013 release, its packaging was redesigned to promote the video game Dead Rising 3 for the Xbox One.
Mountain Dew Game Fuel Electrifying Berry (Ryse: Son of Rome Edition) (Discontinued)
A purple-colored, berry-flavored Mountain Dew to coincide with the release of the video game, Ryse: Son of Rome for the Xbox One.
Mountain Dew Kickstart Black Cherry
2014 – Present
A Black-Cherry flavored soda that was released in January 2014, advertised to contain caffeine and electrolytes to provide energy for the evening.
Mountain Dew Kickstart Limeade
2014 – Present
A Lime flavored soda that was released in January 2014, advertised to contain caffeine and electrolytes to provide energy for the evening.
Mountain Dew Sangrita Blast
2014 – Present
A dark red, cherry and pomegranate-flavored Mountain Dew introduced in 2014, available exclusively as a fountain drink at Taco Bell restaurants.
Diet Mountain Dew Baja Blast
2014 – Present
A sea green, tropical lime-flavored Diet Mountain Dew introduced in 2014. Once only exclusively available as a fountain drink at Taco Bell restaurants, is now sold in stores due to popular demand.
Mountain Dew Game Fuel Citrus-Cherry
2014 – Present
The same red-orange-colored, cherry-citrus formula used for the original Game Fuel releases in 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, and 2013. Without any announcement whatsoever, the original Citrus-Cherry Game Fuel began its appearance on US shelves once again. Unlike previous releases, the packaging lacks any promotion for a certain game as well as anything indicating that it's a limited release. Further news about this has yet to come.
Mountain Dew Solar Flare
2014 – Present
A tropical punch-flavored soda. Its color is red-orange. Solar Flare is a new flavor variant that recently appeared in fountain machines in US 7-Eleven stores. No more information is available at this time.
Mountain Dew Slurpee, Energy, and International Variations
Mountain Dew Dry Ginger
A Ginger Flavored Mountain Dew Released In Japan during the 90's. Due to the fact it is rarely known, It is unknown what the flavor or the color really were.
Mountain Dew Blue Shock
2001 – Present
Berry-citrus flavored Mountain Dew. Blue Shock was initially test-marketed in Chicago in can and bottle formats, but sales did not meet expectations so it was released in 2002 in the U.S. exclusively in Slurpee form at 7-Eleven stores. As of 2014, it remains listed as a current flavor according to 7-Eleven. It was once available at select Marcus Theaters in Icee form. It is also available as "Mtn Dew Blue Shock Freeze" at RaceTrac stores in the Southeast US.
A caffeinated version of Mountain Dew produced in Canada. Marketed as a natural health product and not as a soft drink, due to Health Canada regulations that only allow caffeine in 'dark-colored' varieties of soft drinks such as cola and root beer. Originally called "Mountain Dew Energy" until given its present name in 2006. In early 2007, Pepsi-QTG Canada cited that Dew Fuel is out of production.
Dew Fuel Sugar Free
No-calorie Dew Fuel. The caffeinated version of Diet Mountain Dew offered in Canada.
A limited production tangy grape Slurpee flavor. It was available exclusively at 7-Eleven stores as part of a promotion for the theatrical release of Star Wars Episode III.
Mountain Dew MDX
A Mountain Dew-flavored energy soda introduced in 2005 in 14-US-fluid-ounce (410 ml) bottles. In 2006, its packaging was changed to 20-US-fluid-ounce (590 ml) bottles. Its production was discontinued in 2007.
Mountain Dew Pitch Black Freeze
A re-release of Pitch Black in Slurpee form as a limited edition flavor during the 2006 Halloween season.
Mountain Dew Maximum Cream Slush
A frozen, no-sugar, no-carbonation fruit slush sold in participating 7-Eleven convenience stores.
A Mountain Dew Slurpee flavor available exclusively at 7-Eleven stores as part of a promotion for the theatrical release of Superman Returns. The Slurpee was blue in color and said to taste like blueberry.
Mountain Dew Kryptonite Ice
A Mountain Dew Slurpee flavor available exclusively at 7-Eleven stores as part of a promotion for the theatrical release of Superman Returns. The Slurpee was green in color and had a tropical, mango taste.
Sugar Free Mountain Dew MDX
A Mountain Dew Energy Drink released in 2005 in 14oz bottles, but was short lived, as it was discontinued in 2006.
A Mountain Dew-flavored smoothie that was available exclusively at Cold Stone Creamery stores in 2007 and 2008.
Mountain Dew Game Fuel (slurpee)
August 2007 and 2013
A red-orange colored, cherry citrus flavored slurpee that is available only at participating 7-Eleven stores. Like the original version, it was introduced in August 2007 and promoted the Xbox 360 game "Halo 3". It returned in 2013 and just like the original, This also promoted the Xbox One.
Mountain Dew Max Air
A Mountain Dew Variant that was Released In Japan in 2007 that had used a different formula and had more carbonation.
Mountain Dew Blue Shock Freeze
2008 – Present
A blueberry Slurpee flavor only available at 7-Eleven stores.
Mountain Dew Max Air 2
A Mountain dew variant that was Released In Japan in 2008 that had more carbonation than the 1st Max Air, but less Flavoring.
Mountain Dew Thin Ice
A blueberry-flavored Slurpee that was sold at 7-Eleven stores. Today you can buy it in Most Convenience Stores.
Mountain Dew Max Air 3
The Last Max Air variant. Like the Other Max Air Variants, were Released In Japan in 2009 with another revived formula. This time it retained the carbonation than the 2nd Max Air and the flavoring from the 1st Max Air.
Mountain Dew X-treme
2010 – Present
A Grape-flavored Mountain Dew similar to "Pitch Black". It was released in Kuwait during December 2010 and has so far made its way into Saudi Arabia.
Mountain Dew White Out Freeze
2011 – Present
A smooth citrus, limited edition Slurpee flavor only available at 7-Eleven stores.
Mountain Dew Coolatta
In 2011, Dunkin' Donuts announced a new Mountain Dew-flavored Coolatta, but it was discontinued later that year.
Mountain Dew (Energy)
2010 – Present (UK)
A new line of Mountain Dew released in the UK in June 2010, originally in 500ml bottles, but as of February 2011 it has expanded to 440ml cans (Normal and sugar free) and 1 Litre bottles. Mountain Dew Energy was released in Ireland in April 2011. Produced in a lemon and lime flavor, it has a higher caffeine content than Mountain Dew sold in the U.S., at 18 mg per 100ml, versus 91 mg per 20 fl oz in the U.S. version (which is ~15.385 mg per 100ml). The UK version is produced with real sugar instead of high-fructose corn syrup, as with most other soft drinks in the UK. Mountain Dew did initially launch in the UK and Ireland in 1996; however it was discontinued in 1998 due to its low sales. It is produced by Britvic in the UK. In 2014, the "Energy" Wording was removed, so the drink is simply called "Mountain Dew" in the UK.
AMP Energy — Powered by Mountain Dew
(UK) 2013 - Present
In August 2013, PepsiCo. released a citrus-flavored energy drink under the 'AMP' brand in the UK. Rather than being an entirely separate brand as is the case with its North American counterpart — the UK version of AMP Energy was released under the 'Mountain Dew' brand. It contains a higher caffeine content than Mountain Dew Energy at 31 mg/100ml and contains real sugar as is common with other British soft drinks.
Mountain Dew Energy Game Fuel (Halo 4 Edition)
(Discontinued) September 2012 – January 2013 and September 2013 – January 2014
A limited-edition raspberry-citrus flavor released in the United Kingdom to promote the release of Halo 4 in 2012 and the Xbox One in 2013. Though it has a similar-colored bottle as the American cherry-citrus Game Fuel (see above), it is an entirely different flavour.
Sugar Free Mountain Dew
2011 – Present
A sugar-free version of The British Mountain Dew. Available in a 440ml can from 2011, or 500ml or 1 Liter bottles since 2013. It was rebranded in 2014, just like the original did.
Adrenaline Mountain Dew
2010 – Present (Poland)
2013 – Present (Norway)
In August 2010, this new flavor was released to Poland. Much like previous attempts, Adrenaline is marketed as a Mountain Dew energy drink, and contains ingredients such as caffeine, taurine, guarana extract, ginseng, and vitamins B2 and B12. The drink is available in 250ml cans and in 500ml black-tinted bottles (similar to Mountain Dew Energy's green-tinted bottles). The Uk Variant of Adrenaline Mountain dew is called AMP.
Mountain Dew Grape
2011 – Present
A deep purple-colored, Grape-flavored Mountain Dew. Since its introduction in mid-2011, it has only been available in Japan exclusively in Pepsi and Boss vending machines. It is only offered in 12 oz (340 g) cans and not available in stores in Japan. Its taste has often been compared to that of Grape flavored Jolly Rancher candies.
Mountain Dew Citrus Charge
2012 – Present
In March 2012 "Mountain Dew Citrus Charge" was released in Canada. (In March 2010, the ban was lifted on synthetic caffeine in non-cola beverages in Canada.) It is essentially a caffeinated version of Canadian Mountain Dew, like the US version of Mountain Dew, with a slightly lower caffeine content of 51 mg per serving.
Diet Mountain Dew Citrus Charge
2012 – Present
In March 2012 "Diet Mountain Dew Citrus Charge" was released in Canada. This is the first time Diet Dew was released in Canada ( If you exclude Dew Fuel Sugar Free). It is essentially a caffeinated version of Canadian Diet Mountain Dew, like the US version of Diet Mountain Dew, with a slightly lower caffeine content of 51 mg per serving.
Mountain Dew Energized
2012 – Present
In June 2012 Mountain Dew was relaunched in Australia, with caffeine added, like Canada's relaunch a few months earlier. It was first introduced to Australian KFC restaurants, and then spread to markets and convenience stores.
Mountain Dew Passionfruit Frenzy
2012 – Present
Passionfruit Frenzy is a Mountain Dew flavor variant released in New Zealand on 15 October 2012. Mountain Dew Passionfruit Frenzy is a passion fruit-flavored drink, golden-green in color.
Mountain Dew Typhoon Freeze
Beginning on September 26, 2013, select Taco Bell locations began offering "Mountain Dew Typhoon Freeze", which is a slushee version of the Mountain Dew Typhoon flavor available during 2010 and 2011. It was Discontinued at the beginning of June 2014 and was replaced with the Dr Pepper Vanilla Float Freeze.
Mountain Dew Distortion Freeze
Beginning on September 26, 2013, select Taco Bell locations began offering "Mountain Dew Distortion Freeze", which was a slushee version of the Mountain Dew Distortion flavor available during 2010. It was Discontinued at the beginning of March 2014 and was replaced with the Kickstart Freeze.
Mountain Dew Cold Fusion
A Cherry-lime flavored Slurpee that was Released In most US Convenience Stores.
Mountain Dew Kickstart Freeze
At the beginning of March 2014, select Taco Bell locations began offering "Mountain Dew Kickstart Freeze", which was a slushee version of the Black Cherry Mountain Dew Kickstart flavor.
Mountain Dew Energised Code Red
2014 – Present
A Berry-flavored variant of Mountain Dew Energised that was released in Australia starting in April 2014.