List of Mountain Dew flavors and varieties
Mountain Dew, a carbonated soft drink now owned by PepsiCo, has had numerous branded flavor variants since the original drink's development in the American market since the original formula's creation in 1940. Major flavor variants include Code Red, Live Wire, Voltage, diet varieties, and Baja Blast, which initially was only available at Taco Bell restaurants from 2004–14.
|Name||Dates of production||Notes||Picture|
|Mountain Dew||1940–present||A citrus-flavored soda developed in the 1940s by Barney and Ally Hartman, beverage bottlers in Tennessee. A revised formula was created by Bill Bridgforth in 1958. High-fructose corn syrup replaced sugar in the 1990s, though today there is a modified variant of the former classic made with real sugar known as Mountain Dew Real Sugar.|
|Caffeine Free Mountain Dew||1976–present||A non-caffeinated variant available in parts of the United States.
It was also formerly sold in Australia and Canada as regular Mountain Dew, but respectively in March and June 2012, they were reformulated with caffeine as Mountain Dew "Energized" and "Citrus Charge", respectively.
|Mountain Dew Code Red||2001–present (U.S.)
2002-2005, 2013, 2014–2019 (Canada)
2005 (South Korea)
2000's, 2019–present (The Philippines)
2009–present (New Zealand)
|A cherry variant introduced in 2001 and the first widely successful flavor extension. In its first year of production, Code Red increased overall sales of Mountain Dew by 6%.
It was later made available in Canada in 2002, however, as with the regular Mountain Dew at the time, it lacked caffeine and was discontinued in 2005. It was re-released in the country with caffeine for DEWmocracy Canada in 2013, where it finished in second place. Code Red was re-released in 2014 along with the two other losing flavors from DEWmocracy 2013, and won the vote, making it a permanent flavor in Canada, until it was discontinued yet again in May 2019.
It was sold for a short time in South Korea in 2005, alongside the Philippines in the mid-2000s, and was later re-released as a Slurpee flavor in the latter in 2019 to promote the mobile game Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.
Code Red was released in New Zealand in 2009; however, this version of the drink instead has a berry flavor instead of a cherry flavor.
It was also released in Germany in 2010 but was discontinued in 2016 due to low sales.
|Mountain Dew Live Wire||2003–present (U.S.)
2011–present (New Zealand)
2013–present (Malaysia, currently as "Voltage")
2014–2016 (Philippines post Dewmocracy version)
2016–present (Philippines Dewmocracy version)
|An orange variant introduced in 2003 as a limited-edition flavor for the summer. In 2005, after two years of limited summer releases, it became a permanent addition to the product line.
It was released in New Zealand in 2011, alongside Malaysia in 2013 (later being renamed "Voltage") and in both the Philippines and Singapore in 2014. In 2016 in the Philippines, it became a limited-edition flavor for the DewMocracy lineup despite its status as a permanent flavor in the past. It eventually lost, and so was discontinued.
|Mountain Dew Pitch Black||2004, 2011 (limited time offer)
2016–2019 (Nationally America)
|A grape variant released for the 2004 Halloween season. Pitch Black was also re-released in Slurpee form as a limited edition flavor during the 2006 Halloween season. Pitch Black was re-released in soda form in 2011 as a part of the "Back by popular DEWmand" promotion and in 2016 (with a flavor change to Citrus/Dark Fruit) as a part of the "DEWcision" contest where it won over Baja Blast and became a permanent addition in the United States. Also available in fountains at Speedway gas stations as of 2016.
It was sold in Canada for Halloween of 2005, but this version lacked caffeine. It was also sold in South Korea in 2006 as "Wild Black".
It was released in New Zealand from 2011 to 2012 when it was replaced with the Passionfruit Frenzy variety.
It was also released in Malaysia in 2013, as well as the Philippines and Singapore in 2014 for the Dewmocracy promotion, and was released in Pakistan in 2016.
In 2019, Pitch Black was discontinued in most areas of the country due to a lack of sales. It remains available in some areas mainly in the Midwest, but it is considered discontinued.
|Mountain Dew Baja Blast||2004–present (fountain at Taco Bell)
Springs of 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 (in cans/bottles in the U.S)
|A tropical lime variant introduced in 2004 exclusively as a fountain drink at Taco Bell restaurants. On May 5, 2014, Baja Blast received a limited release in stores by popular demand. In January 2015, information began leaking on the internet about a second store release of Baja Blast, accompanied by the debut in-store release of Sangrita Blast. On April 19, Baja Blast and Sangrita Blast were made available in stores for a limited time. In 2018, Baja Blast was made available in Canada in some Taco Bell Stores. On April 18, 2016, The flavor was re-released for the "decision" contest for a limited time where it lost to Pitch Black at the end of the contest.
In 2019, Mountain Dew Baja Blast became available permanently in bottles in Canada, alongside being at Taco Bell.
|Mountain Dew Citrus Cherry||2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014–present||A citrus/cherry variant introduced in August 2007 for 12 weeks to promote the release of Halo 3. It had limited re-releases in 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 to promote World of Warcraft, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Halo 4, Dead Rising 3, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Call of Duty: Black Ops III and Titanfall 2 respectively, each time with redesigned packaging to promote its associated video game. Additionally, it is sold in 16 oz. bottles on Amazon.com. Its taste has been compared to "LiveWire", "Code Red" and the energy drink AMP Overdrive. From 2017 until early 2018 it was seen in Arby's restaurant fountains across America.|
|Mountain Dew Voltage||2008–present (America)
2011–14 (New Zealand)
|A blue raspberry/citrus variant with ginseng. Part of the first DEWmocracy promotion, it released in stores on 19 May 2008 as a limited edition flavor. 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."
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 Real Sugar||2009–present||A variant containing natural sugar in place of high-fructose corn syrup released during mid-2009 under the name Mountain Dew Throwback. 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.
In 2020, Mountain Dew Throwback was rebranded as Mountain Dew Real Sugar, with a new design using the 1980s Mountain Dew logo, with the words "Real Sugar" in the same style font.
|Mountain Dew White Out||2010–present (U.S.) 2012–2013 (Japan) 2013 and 2014 (Canada)
2014 (New Zealand)
|A smooth citrus variant part of the "DEWmocracy: Collective Intelligence" promotion with limited release starting on April 19, 2010. 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 was 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 Democracy 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.|
|Mountain Dew Electric Apple||2012–present||An apple variant was introduced exclusively at Villa Pizza as part of the "Dub the Dew" promotion. Named "Apple Mountain Dew" following a hacker attack, it was renamed "Mountain Dew Electric Apple" in 2014 and joined by a companion flavor, Extreme Pomegranate.|
|Mountain Dew Solar Flare||2014–present||A tropical punch variant only available at fountain machines at 7-Eleven. It became region-specific in 2016 when it was pulled from many 7-Elevens.|
|Mountain Dew Spiked Lemonade||2017–present||A lemonade variant "spiked with thirst-quenching prickly pear cactus juice" and created with "no artificial sweeteners" and "real fruit juice". Currently under two designs: one features "Spiked" under the logo while another features "Extra". The "Extra" logo is used in Canada while "Spiked" is for the U.S. version. In June 2017, Sangrita Blast was replaced in Taco Bell restaurants with Mountain Dew Spiked Lemonade. Taco Bell also offered a Mountain Dew Spiked Lemonade freeze drink until early 2018, when both Spiked variants were discontinued due to low sales.|
|Mountain Dew ICE||2018-2020||A low-calorie clear lemon-lime flavored Mountain Dew released in 2018 alongside Doritos Blaze. It was comparable to Sprite and/or Sierra Mist and was promoted extremely heavily on release with a Super Bowl ad dedicated to it and Doritos Blaze. However, it sold poorly and was confirmed to be discontinued in March 2020.|
|Mountain Dew Berry Monsoon||2018–present (at Sam's Club locations in the U.S)||A berry/lime Mountain Dew flavor released at Sam's Club locations in May 2018 in the United States. It is described as similar to Mountain Dew Game Fuel Berry Lime, as they have the same berry lime flavoring. It released in limited quantities in the United States on June 28, 2018, before becoming more widely available in stores in July.|
|Mountain Dew ICE Cherry||2018 (nationally in the U.S.)
2019-2020 (certain regions)
|A cherry variant of Mountain Dew ICE that released in late 2018 as a limited-time flavor (possibly to coincide with the holidays). It was cherry mixed with the lemon-lime flavor of ICE and like ICE, was also low-calorie.
In mid-2019, it was re-released as a permanent flavor in certain regions but then was quickly discontinued at the same time ICE was discontinued in early 2020.
|Mountain Dew Merry Mash-Up (2020)||2018, 2019, 2020 (limited time release)||Yearly cranberry/pomegranate holiday flavor.|
|Mountain Dew Sweet Lightning||2019–present||A Mountain Dew flavor exclusively available in soda fountain machines only at KFC restaurants from late March 2019. It was first leaked via a trademark that was filed on March 4, 2019. Its tagline is "DEW charged with Natural & Artificial Sweet Peach & Smooth Honey".|
|Mountain Dew Maui Burst||2019–present||Exclusively at Dollar General, it was originally intended to be a limited-time flavor. However, due to popular demand, it was re-released as a permanent flavor in 2020, but still exclusive to Dollar General.|
|Mountain Dew VooDew (2019)||2019||A mystery flavored Mountain Dew released as a Halloween-themed flavor. The flavor was revealed to be candy corn at the end of its scheduled release.|
|Mountain Dew Frost Bite||2020–present||A honeydew/melon Mountain Dew flavor that exclusively released in Walmart stores on March 23, 2020 as a permanent flavor. It was first leaked on the Dew Drinker Discord server from a Pepsi employee, and later in a Reddit post from user "mtndewinsider" on January 15, 2020.|
|Mountain Dew Atomic Blue||2020–present (Kum & Go and Sheetz locations)||A sour lemonade flavor with lemonade and blue raspberry flavoring exclusive to select Sheetz and Kum & Go fountains released in May 2020.|
|Mountain Dew Southern Shock||2020–present||A fruit punch flavored Mountain Dew offered exclusively at Bojangle's.|
|Mountain Dew VooDew (2020)||2020||The second release of the mystery flavor, but with a different flavor. 2020's mystery flavor was described as Fruit Candy Explosion.|
|Mountain Dew Major Melon||2021–present||A watermelon-flavored Mountain Dew released on January 4, 2021 as a permanent flavor. It was first leaked on the Dew Drinker Discord via an anonymous source.|
|Mountain Dew Baja Punch||2021–present||A tropical punch dew flavor released in June 2021 to coincide with the 100 Days of Baja promotion.|
|Mountain Dew Baja Flash||2021–present||A pina-colada dew flavor released in June 2021 to coincide with the 100 Days of Baja promotion.|
|Mountain Dew Goji Citrus Strawberry||the 1980s, 2017–present||A goji/strawberry/citrus flavored variant was released in Japan during the 1980s. Previously released in Japan during the 1980s under the name "Mountain Dew Aurora", then re-released in 2017 exclusively at select convenience stores in the U.S. as "Mountain Dew Goji Citrus Strawberry".|
|Mountain Dew Cake-Smash||2021-||Birthday Cake-flavored Mountain Dew. "We're giving you the chance to Do-Over your missed celebrations..."|
|Mountain Dew Thrashed Apple||2021–present||A green apple flavored Mountain Dew. Released September 13th 2021, exclusive to Kroger. "Rock your tastebuds with new MTN DEW® Thrashed Apple™ flavored soda. It’s got all of the bold refreshing taste of your favorite DEW, now charged with crisp apple flavor."|
|Name||Dates of production||Notes||Picture|
|Diet Mountain Dew||1988–present||A low-calorie variant first introduced in 1988, replacing the similar drink "Sugar Free Mountain Dew".
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.
|Caffeine Free Diet Mountain Dew||1989–present||A non-caffeinated variant that like with it's regular version, is available in parts of the United States.|
|Diet Mountain Dew Code Red||2002–present (U.S.)||Following the success of Code Red, a diet version of the drink was created. However, is it only available in specific parts of the United States.|
|Mountain Dew Baja Blast Zero Sugar||2019–present (Taco Bell)
2020, 2021 (limited time release in bottles/cans)
|In early 2019, a zero sugar no-calorie variant of Mountain Dew Baja Blast was released on fountains at some Taco Bell locations, expanding in availability until it was available internationally in the United States in late 2019/early 2020. It is similar to the previously released Diet Baja Blast.
In the spring of 2020, it was released in bottles and cans alongside regular Baja Blast as a limited-time offer, lasting until early summer. The formula is slightly different than the fountain version, excluding aspartame as a sweetener.
In the summer of 2021, it was redesigned and re-released alongside Baja Blast and two other flavors, Baja Punch and Baja Flash. This was leaked on the Dew Drinker Discord via an anonymous source alongside Mountain Dew Major Melon and Major Melon Zero Sugar, as part of the 100 Days of Baja promotion.
|Mountain Dew Zero Sugar||2020–present||A no-calorie variant introduced in 2020. This version was intended to more closely replicate the taste of regular Mountain Dew than Diet Mountain Dew does.|
|Mountain Dew Major Melon Zero Sugar||2021–present||A zero sugar variant of Major Melon, a watermelon-flavored Mountain Dew. Released on January 4, 2021 alongside Major Melon.|
|Mountain Dew Frost Bite Zero Sugar||2021–present||A zero sugar variant of Frost Bite, a honeydew/melon-flavored Mountain Dew. Released in January 2021.|
|Name||Dates of production||Notes|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Orange Citrus||2013–present||An orange variant released on February 25, 2013, advertised to have caffeine and electrolytes to provide energy for the morning. As of March 26, 2015, this flavor of Kickstart also is available as a fountain drink at Taco Bell locations. Mountain Dew Kickstart Orange Citrus appeared in Australian stores in April 2017.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Fruit Punch||2013–present||A fruit punch variant released on February 25, 2013, advertised to have caffeine and electrolytes to provide energy for the morning.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Black Cherry||2014–present||A black cherry variant released in January 2014, advertised to contain caffeine and electrolytes to provide energy for the evening. In March 2014, select Taco Bell locations began offering "Mountain Dew Kickstart Freeze", a slushie version of Black Cherry Mountain Dew Kickstart. It replaced the Distortion Freeze but was discontinued in October 2014 and was replaced with the Starburst Strawberry Freeze.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Limeade||2014-2017||A limeade variant released alongside Black Cherry. In 2017, the flavor was discontinued in the United States to make room for new variants.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Pineapple Orange Mango||2015–present||A pineapple/orange/mango variant that contains Coconut Water.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Blood Orange||2016–present||A blood orange variant released in early 2016 that contains antioxidants - vitamins C and E.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Hydrating Watermelon||2016–present||A watermelon variant that contains coconut water.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Blueberry Pomegranate||2016–present||A blueberry/pomegranate variant released in early 2016 that contains antioxidants - vitamins C and E.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Midnight Grape||2016–present (America), 2017–present (Australia)||A grape variant released in 2016 that contains 5% juice.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Raspberry Citrus||2017–present||A raspberry/citrus variant released in the first quarter of 2017 that contains coconut water.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Mango Lime||2017–present||A mango/lime variant released in the first quarter of 2017 that contains 5% Juice.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Original||2018–present||Released in early 2018 with the flavor of original Mountain Dew.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Ultra||2018–present||Released in early 2018 as the diet version of Kickstart Original.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Grape||—||—|
|Name||Dates of production||Notes|
|Mountain Dew RISE Pomegranate Blue Burst||March 2021||A blueberry pomegranate upcoming low sugar energy drink with 180 mg of caffeine.|
|Mountain Dew RISE Strawberry Melon Spark||March 2021||A strawberry melon upcoming low sugar energy drink with 180 mg of caffeine.|
|Mountain Dew RISE Berry Blitz||March 2021||An acai berry upcoming low sugar energy drink with 180 mg of caffeine.|
|Mountain Dew RISEnTropical Sunrise||March 2021||A tropical pineapple upcoming low sugar energy drink with 180 mg of caffeine.|
|Mountain Dew RISE Peach Mango Dawn||March 2021||A peach-mango upcoming low sugar energy drink with 180 mg of caffeine.|
|Mountain Dew RISE Orange Breeze||March 2021||An orange upcoming low sugar energy drink with 180 mg of caffeine.|
|Name||Dates of production||Notes|
|Mountain Dew Cherry||2010, 2013–present||A cherry variant initially test-marketed briefly in select locations on Pepsi's Fusion fountain machine (designed to compete with Coca-Cola's Freestyle machine). It is currently available in select Pizza Hut locations in the United States.|
|Name||Dates of production||Notes|
|Mountain Dew Blue Shock||2001–present
2016–present (Philippines Democracy)
|A raspberry/citrus variant. 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 Theatres in Icee form. It is also available as "Mtn Dew Blue Shock Freeze" at RaceTrac stores in the southeastern U.S. In 2014, as part of the DEWmocracy Malaysia promotion, Blue Shock was released in bottles and cans in Malaysia, joining the regular flavor, Pitch Black, and Live Wire. It was described as "DEW with a Raspberry Citrus flavor."
It also became a limited edition flavor for the Philippines for its own DEWmocracy promotion.
|Mountain Dew Electric Charge||2014–present||A sour lemon variant released in most U.S. convenience stores, including Sheetz.|
|Mountain Dew Game Fuel Berry Lime||2015–present||A berry/lime variant only available at 7-Eleven stores.|
|Name||Dates of production||Notes|
|Mountain Dew X-Treme||2010–present||A grape variant similar to "Pitch Black" released in Kuwait during December 2010 and, later, in Saudi Arabia. Later released in 2017 in Honduras with a similar design to Voltage.|
|Mountain Dew Energy/Citrus Blast||2010–present||A new line of Mountain Dew released in the U.K. 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 U.K. version is produced with real sugar instead of high-fructose corn syrup, as with most other soft drinks in the U.K. Mountain Dew did initially launch in the U.K. and Ireland in 1996; however, it was discontinued in 1998 due to low sales. It is produced by Britvic in the U.K. In 2014, the "Energy" Wording was removed, so the drink was simply called "Mountain Dew" in the U.K. In early 2015, it was once again renamed, this time to "Mountain Dew Citrus Blast." It is still called Mountain Dew Energy in Italy.|
|Adrenaline Mountain Dew||2010–present (Poland)
|An energy variant that contains caffeine, taurine, guarana extract, ginseng, and vitamins B2 and B12. In August 2010, this new flavor was released in Poland. The drink is available in 250ml cans and 500ml black-tinted bottles (similar to Mountain Dew Energy's green-tinted bottles).|
|Mountain Dew Energised||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||A passion fruit variant released in New Zealand on 15 October 2012.|
|Mountain Dew Electric Citrus||2015–present||A citrus variant was released in Spain in 2015.|
|Mountain Dew Game Fuel (India)||2016–present||On June 9, 2016, a green-colored variant of Mountain Dew Game Fuel was launched in India.|
|Mountain Dew Snap'd||Holidays 2021||A gingerbread dew flavor scheduled to release sometime during the holiday season of 2021.|
|Mountain Dew Riddlers Brew||2022||A mystery flavored dew releasing to coincide with the upcoming movie The Batman. With the delay of the movie, it is currently unknown when this flavor will release.|
|Hard Mountain Dew||Early 2022 (Targeting February or March)||An alcoholic line of flavors including Original, Black Cherry, and Watermelon. This line will contain 5% alcohol by volume and have no caffeine or sugar.|
|Name||Dates of production||Notes||Picture|
|Mountain Dew Golden Lime||the 1980s||A lime-flavored Mountain Dew was released in Japan during the 1980s.|
|Mountain Dew Red||1988||A fruit-flavored Mountain Dew similar to Code Red and only available in Alabama. The first Mountain Dew flavor variation was discontinued the year it was released. A zero-calorie version was released and discontinued in the same year.|
|Mountain Dew Sport||1989–91||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 two-calorie variant was released, as well as a diet version. All were short-lived, being discontinued in 1991.|
|Mountain Dew Dry Ginger||the 1990s||A ginger-flavored Mountain Dew was released In Japan during the 1990s.|
|Dew Fuel||2002–07||A caffeinated 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. A sugar-free version was also made, which was similar to the caffeinated version of Diet Mountain Dew sold in Canada. In early 2007, Pepsi-QTG Canada cited that Dew Fuel is out of production.|
|Mountain Dew Citrus Smooth||2003–06||A Canadian Mountain Dew using a similar formula introduced in 2003. Production discontinued in 2006 when Canada received a matching design as its US counterpart.|
|Darth Dew||2005||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 Pitch Black II||2005||A "sequel" flavor released for the 2005 Halloween season, it was different from the original Pitch Black, as it had a sour grape flavor. The tagline was "Back with a sour bite."|
|Mountain Dew MDX||2005–07||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 Kryptonite Ice||2006||A tropical mango Slurpee flavor available exclusively at 7-Eleven stores as part of a promotion for Superman Returns.|
|Dew Iced||2007–08||A Mountain Dew-flavored smoothie available exclusively at Cold Stone Creamery from 2007 to 2008.|
|Mountain Dew Max Air||2007, 2014||A different formula with more carbonation that was released in Japan in 2007. In 2014, it received a limited re-release in 600ml bottles.|
|Mountain Dew Max Air 2||2008||A variant with less flavoring and more carbonation that was released in Japan in 2008.|
|Mountain Dew Revolution||2008||A wild berry-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 re-release Revolution.|
|Mountain Dew Supernova||2008, 2011 (America) 2012–present (Finland), 2013 and 2014 (Canada) 2016–present (Denmark)||A strawberry/melon (raspberry/lemon in Finland and Denmark) flavor 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.|
|Mountain Dew Game Fuel Alliance Blue||2009||A wild fruit punch flavor released alongside "Mountain Dew Game Fuel Horde Red" (Citrus Cherry Game Fuel) 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||2009, 2011||A mixed berry-flavored Mountain Dew originally available for three months in 2009, it was the first 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 Thin Ice Freeze||2009–16||A blueberry-flavored Slurpee that was sold at 7-Eleven stores. It was discontinued in 2016 and is no longer listed as a flavor on their official website.|
|Mountain Dew Max Air 3||2009||A variant that was released in Japan in 2009 with the strong flavor from the first Max Air and strong carbonation from the second one.|
|Mountain Dew Cherry Fusion||2009–10||A cherry-flavored fountain drink only available at Wienerschnitzel restaurants in the Western United States with a stronger cherry flavor compared to Code Red. Because this flavor was removed from the official Wienerschnitzel online menu, it is presumed to be discontinued.|
|Mountain Dew Flavor #286||2009||A pineapple variant and one of seven semifinalist flavors of the second "DEWmocracy: Collective Intelligence" promotion.|
|Mountain Dew Flavor #648||2009||A watermelon variant and one of seven semifinalist flavors of the second "DEWmocracy: Collective Intelligence" promotion.|
|Mountain Dew Distortion||2010
|A lime variant that was 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 8th place, not even making it to the final round. Beginning on September 26, 2013, select Taco Bell locations began offering "Mountain Dew Distortion Freeze", which was a slushie 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 Typhoon||2010, 2011
|A 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. Diet Typhoon was created for the FanDEWmonium promotion, which came in 5th place, not even 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 two-liter bottles exclusively at Walmart Supercenters through July. Beginning on September 26, 2013, select Taco Bell locations began offering "Mountain Dew Typhoon Freeze", which is a slushie 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 Grape||2010 (United States), 2011–13 (Japan)||A grape variant initially test-marketed briefly in select locations on Pepsi's Fusion fountain machine (designed to compete with Coca-Cola's Freestyle machine). On May 24, 2011, it had a limited re-release exclusively in Japan in Pepsi and Boss vending machines. It was only offered in 12 oz (340 g) cans and not available in stores.|
|Mountain Dew Lemon||2010||A lemon variant initially test-marketed briefly in select locations on Pepsi's Fusion fountain machine (designed to compete with Coca-Cola's Freestyle machine).|
|Mountain Dew Lime||2010||A lime variant initially test-marketed briefly in select locations on Pepsi's Fusion fountain machine (designed to compete with Coca-Cola's Freestyle machine).|
|Mountain Dew Wild Berry||2010||A berry variant initially test-marketed briefly in select locations on Pepsi's Fusion fountain machine (designed to compete with Coca-Cola's Freestyle machine).|
|Mountain Dew Orange||2010||An orange variant initially test-marketed briefly in select locations on Pepsi's Fusion fountain machine (designed to compete with Coca-Cola's Freestyle machine).|
|Mountain Dew Strawberry||2010||A strawberry variant initially test-marketed briefly in select locations on Pepsi's Fusion fountain machine (designed to compete with Coca-Cola's Freestyle machine).|
|Mountain Dew Raspberry||2010||A raspberry variant initially test-marketed briefly in select locations on Pepsi's Fusion fountain machine (designed to compete with Coca-Cola's Freestyle machine).|
|Diet Mountain Dew Flare||2011||A diet berry/citrus variant from the "FanDEWmonium" promotion that lost to Diet Mountain Dew Supernova and came in 4th place.|
|Diet Mountain Dew Crave||2009, 2011||A diet sweet-and-sour apple variant that was one of seven semifinalist flavors of the second "DEWmocracy: Collective Intelligence" promotion. It was later released as part of "FanDEWmonium" under the name "Crave" but lost to Diet Mountain Dew Supernova, coming in 7th place.|
|Diet Mountain Dew Voltage||2011||A raspberry/citrus variant with a "shot of ginseng". One of the "FanDEWmonium" flavors, it made 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.|
|Diet Mountain Dew Supernova||2011, 2012||A diet strawberry/melon variant with a "shot of ginseng" that began as a "FanDEWmonium" flavor. It released in U.S. stores alongside Diet Mountain Dew Voltage on March 6, 2011, for eight weeks as a limited edition diet flavor. 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 as part of the "Fuel the Frenzy" promotion, but was removed from shelves permanently after 12 weeks due to poor sales.|
|Mountain Dew Coolatta||2011||In 2011, Dunkin' Donuts announced a new Mountain Dew-flavored Coolatta, but it was discontinued later that year.|
|Mountain Dew Game Fuel Tropical||2011||A tropical variant released to coincide with the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Like its counterpart, its concept was leaked in early August 2011 using 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 the 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 Citrus Charge||2012–17||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 U.S. version of Mountain Dew, with a slightly lower caffeine content of 51 mg per serving. In early 2017, Mountain Dew in Canada was rebranded once again, this time receiving matching packaging to that of its American counterpart.|
|Mountain Dew A.M.||2012||Introduced exclusively at select Taco Bell locations as a part of their new breakfast menu, it is a mixture of original Mountain Dew and Tropicana Orange Juice.|
|Mountain Dew Dark Berry||2012 (U.S., Iceland, Denmark, and the Philippines) 2012–2016 (Romania)||A limited-edition mixed berry variant with a release coinciding with the film The Dark Knight Rises. It first gained popularity in late May when a three-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. Its eight-week release period began on 18 June.|
|Mountain Dew Johnson City Gold||2012–13||A malt variant with lemon-lime named after Johnson City, Tennessee, that was test-marketed in August 2012 in the Chicago area, Denver, Colorado, and Charlotte, North Carolina. Mountain Dew promised a return after 2013 after "Dew Fans" voted for names with six different kinds of cans for certain regions of the United States, named Liberty Malt, Southern Gold, Rusted Malt, Gold Mountain Malt, Great Plains Gold and Miner's Malt. As of late 2015, there is no word when it will be released to the public.|
|Mountain Dew Energy Game Fuel||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 table above), it is an entirely different flavor.|
|AMP Energy — Powered by Mountain Dew (UK)||2013–17||In August 2013, PepsiCo. released a citrus-flavored energy drink under the 'AMP' brand in the U.K. Rather than being an entirely separate brand as is the case with its North American counterpart — the U.K. 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. In 2017, the U.K. Mountain Dew Twitter page responded to a user, saying they have discontinued AMP to focus on their Citrus Blast flavor.|
|Mountain Dew Cold Fusion||2013–16||A cherry/lime-flavored Slurpee that was released in U.S. convenience stores, including Sheetz. It was discontinued in 2016 and is no longer listed as a flavor on their official website.|
|Mountain Dew Game Fuel Electrifying Berry||2013–14||A berry variant was released to coincide with the release of the video game Ryse: Son of Rome for the Xbox One.|
|Mountain Dew Sangrita Blast||2013–17 (2015 in cans and bottles)||A cherry/pomegranate variant introduced in 2013 and available exclusively as a fountain drink at Taco Bell restaurants. In January 2015, information began leaking on the Internet about a second store release of Baja Blast, accompanied by the debut in-store release of Sangrita Blast. On April 19 of that year, Baja Blast and Sangrita Blast appeared on shelves for a limited time run. At the beginning of May 2015, select Taco Bell locations began offering "Mountain Dew Sangrita Blast Freeze", which was a slushie version of the Mountain Dew Sangrita Blast flavor. It was discontinued at the beginning of September 2015 and was replaced with the Starburst Cherry Freeze. Mountain Dew Sangrita Blast itself was discontinued in early 2017 and replaced with Mountain Dew Spiked Lemonade.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Limeade||2014–2017 (America), 2017–present (Australia)||A lime variant released in January 2014, advertised to contain caffeine and electrolytes to provide energy for the evening. When Mountain Dew Kickstarts Raspberry Citrus and Mango Lime were released in the first quarter of 2017, it was announced Mountain Dew Kickstart Limeade and Strawberry Kiwi would be the first two Kickstart to be discontinued. However, it later appeared in Australian stores in April 2017, making it now exclusive to Australia.|
|Mountain Dew Energised Code Red||2014||A berry variant of Mountain Dew Energised released in Australia from April to September 2014.|
|Mountain Dew Extreme Pomegranate||2014–15||A pomegranate variant available exclusively at Villa Pizza briefly as a companion flavor to Mountain Dew Electric Apple.|
|Mountain Dew Game Fuel Lemonade||2014–15||A lemonade variant introduced on October 6, 2014, to promote Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.|
|Mountain Dew Lemonade & Ginger (Vault Flavor 1)||2014||A lemonade/ginger variant taste-tested on college campuses alongside Dewitos.|
|Mountain Dew Dewitos (Vault Flavor 2)||2014||A Doritos-flavored Mountain Dew taste-tested on U.S. college campuses.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Strawberry Kiwi||2015–17||A strawberry kiwi variant with coconut water. When Mountain Dew Kickstarts Raspberry Citrus and Mango Lime were released in the first quarter of 2017, it was announced Mountain Dew Kickstart Limeade and Strawberry Kiwi would be the first two Kickstart to be discontinued.|
|Mountain Dew Dewshine||2015–17||A citrus variant made with real sugar and available only in glass bottles. Similar to Johnson City Gold, Dewshine is non-alcoholic, despite the name being a portmanteau of Mountain Dew and moonshine. Originally only available in 12 oz. glass bottles, it received limited Dewshine 25 oz. jugs only on Amazon.com.|
|Mountain Dew Game Fuel Berry Lime||October 2015–16||A berry/lime variant that debuted in October 2015 to promote Call of Duty: Black Ops III.|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart Orange Cranberry||2015||An orange/cranberry variant tested alongside Midnight Grape, though never released.|
|Mountain Dew Game Fuel Mango Heat||October 2016–17||A mango variant with a weak ginger finish.|
|Mountain Dew Green Label||2017–18||A crafted apple/kiwi variant released in March 2017 described as a "Curiously Daring Dew". The flavor's tagline is "DEW with crafted green apple kiwi". Along with the Spiked variants, Green Label was discontinued in early 2018, presumably due to low sales.|
|Mountain Dew Spiked Raspberry Lemonade||2017–18||A non-alcoholic "original" raspberry lemonade variant described as being "spiked with thirst-quenching prickly pear cactus juice". Created with "no artificial sweeteners" and "real fruit juice", Mountain Dew Spiked is currently under two designs below the logo. One features "Spiked" in the U.S., while another features "Extra" in Canada. In early 2018, both Spiked variants were discontinued due to low sales.|
|Mountain Dew DEW-S-A||2017, 2021||A combination of Code Red, White Out and Voltage released as a limited edition from May through August 2017. It was advertised as a partnership with Dale Earnhardt Jr. This variation, like with the later releases of Game Fuel, was sweetened with a blend of Corn Syrup, Acesulfame potassium and Sucrolose.
The drink was brought back for the summer of 2021 to coincide with the Tokyo Olympics. This version of DEW-S-A was sweetened with solely Corn Syrup.
|Mountain Dew Game Fuel Arctic Burst||2017–18||A Slurpee flavor available exclusively at 7-Eleven stores as part of a promotion for Superman Returns. It was re-released in October 2017 to promote the release of Middle-earth: Shadow of War. Its companion flavor was Game Fuel (Tropical Smash), another previously discontinued flavor.|
|Mountain Dew Game Fuel Tropical Smash||2009, 2017–18||A tropical variant and a semifinalist flavor in the second "DEWmocracy: Collective Intelligence" promotion. It was re-released eight years later alongside another discontinued flavor, 2006's Arctic Burst, as a Game Fuel flavor, and re-titled "Game Fuel Tropical Smash", promoting the video game Forza Motorsport 7.|
|Mountain Dew Holiday Brew||2017–18||A variant composed of original Mountain Dew and Code Red released in late 2017 alongside Pepsi Salted Caramel, Holiday Brew refers to the traditional Christmas colors of green and red, such as that of New Mexican chile's green and red.|
|Mountain Dew Ice Cherry||2017–2018||A cherry variant.|
|Mountain Dew Black Label||Pre-released at colleges and universities starting September 2015 - Officially released March 2016–July 2019||A crafted dark berry variant released in 16 oz. cans in 2015 to coincide with the "Deeper, Darker Dew" promotion. After speaking with a customer service representative there is still one distribution center for Black Label. It is not officially discontinued yet.|
|Mountain Dew White Label||Pre-released at colleges and universities starting January 2017, Officially released March 2017–July 2019.||A pineapple/grapefruit variant described as "Mysteriously Exotic Dew", sold in 16 oz. cans similar to that of Black Label and Green Label.|
|Mountain Dew Ice||2017–2020||A lemon-lime variant. It is completely clear.|
|Mountain Dew Liberty Brew||2019-2020||A fruit-flavored variant.|
|Mountain Dew Spark||2020||Exclusively at Speedway gas stations for a limited time only during August 2020. Raspberry lemonade flavor.|
|Mountain Dew VooDew (2019)||2019||A mystery flavor variant released in 2019. It was revealed by Mountain Dew to be candy corn-flavored.|
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