All I have to say is Mtn Dew Flamin’ Hot and now you understand the title of this post. Can you imagine the sweeteness of Dew combined with the heat of Flamin’ Hot? I can’t and that’s why I need to try this new drink for myself.
Really, this drink combination sounds like a drinkable disaster in the making. But I need my mind blown with this drink before blowing out my stomach and butt.
That was my impression of my first taste of the new Mtn Dew Major Melon, charged with Watermelon. Reminded me of a 7-Eleven slurpee – no specific flavor but the general taste/sweetness and the “bite.” Overall, this drink is good, so good that half of the 20 oz bottle is now gone while writing these few sentences. While sweet, it’s a different kind of sweet compared to the orginal Dew flavor.
I should have bought both the regular and 0 sugar Major Melons to compare at some point. I’ll be on the lookout for the non-sugar variation. But until then, I’m almost done with my first bottle of Mtd Dew Major Melon.
Oh, I found my first bottle at Palama Market. Yup, the Korean market stocked this ahead of (few) other stores that I had checked.
On my last day in Japan, I saw a vending machine that sold Mountain Dew. This was the first appearance of Dew that I came across after two weeks traveling the cities of Nippon. This was surely a sign of what was to come.
Back in Hawaii while stopping by a Walmart, I went a little Mountain Dew crazy after discovering five new flavors! I think the Dew-S-A flavor that combines Code Red, White Out, and Voltage has been out for a bit, but I only found a bottle today. Sweet as expected, but I think I like the original better.
I had seen and tried the Black Label before, but I hadn’t seen the Green or White Label Dews.
These Spiked drinks are totally new to me. The red can features raspberry lemonade spiked with prickly pear cactus juice. The yellow can is lemonade with prickly pear cactus juice, and both are non-alcoholic beverages.
I’m definitely doing the Dew!!
You know there is nothing wrong with drinking a Mountain Dew in the morning. It’s just soda’s equivalent to morning coffee you know. Not buying that? Well then, Kickstart is for you. Kickstart is a new fruit-flavored Mountain Dew aimed for the AM.
Orange Citrus and Fruit Punch Kickstart kicks off this new line starting on February 25, 2013. Each 16-ounce can serves up 92 milligrams of caffeine compared to 330 mg in a Starbucks grande coffee, and it’s only 80 calories to boot. But it’s the 5% fruit juice content that of course makes Kickstart healthier.
Sure why not? If coffee addicts can drink the brown elixir any time of the day, why can’t Dew fans enjoy the same privilege?
Taco Bell is making Mountain Dew in the morning easy for you. Stop by for their FirstMeal A.M. Crunchwrap and pair this breakfast alternative with Mountain Dew A.M. Mountain Dew and OJ mixed fresh in the morning? Now that’s the way to start your day!
I wonder if you can get a Burrito Supreme for breakfast? For the health sakes for Hawaii residents, local Taco Bell locations are not on the list to serve FirstMeal along with Mountain Dew A.M. But just in case, keep your eyes out for these signs.