Review: Mountain Dew Sangrita Blast

Mountain Dew Sangrita Blast

For a limited time during Summer 2015, Taco Bell-exclusive flavor Sangrita Blast is available in packaged form. Taste fruit punch-inspired Dew flavor that isn’t overpowering.

Review: Pepsi Max Cherry Blast 16 oz. Can

Pepsi Max Cherry Blast 16 oz Can

A standard cherry flavor extension for Pepsi Max, but unlike the flagship, this iteration is lacking the inclusion of ginseng. Worth a try.

On the Shelf: Monster Energy Ultra Sunrise & Monster Energy Unleaded

Monster Energy Ultra Sunrise & Unleaded

Monster Energy looks to take on Mountain Dew Kickstart. And a caffeine free Monster? What's that all about?

Review: Mountain Dew Game Fuel 2014 – Citrus Cherry & Lemonade

Mountain Dew Game Fuel 2014 - Citrus Cherry & Lemonade

Mountain Dew's Game Fuel limited flavors are back for the 6th time, promoting Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Citrus Cherry returns once again, joined by a new flavor, Lemonade.

Review: Blk Water

Blk Water

It's bottled water, but it's black. Why? Because people are dumb.

Review: Surge (2014)

Surge (2014)

It arrived in the 90's. Challenged Mountain Dew. Failed. Grew a rabid fanbase. Now Surge returns 12 years after being discontinued. Is the fuss worth it?

Review: Monster Energy Ultra Black

Monster Energy Ultra Black

A black cherry-flavored Monster? That actually tastes good? And has zero calories? Where can I find it? 7-Eleven.

Update: Sierra Mist Cranberry Splash 2014

Sierra Mist Cranberry Splash 2014

For the 9th season in a row, Pepsi has brought back Sierra Mist Cranberry Splash as a limited time seasonal offering. For 2014, the packaging was redesigned with a new Sierra Mist logo… because someone's cousin who knows Illustrator needed a paycheck.

Review: Sprite 6 Mix

Sprite 6 Mix

Lemon lime meets cherry and orange in this limited edition Sprite flavor extension. It's subtle and pleasantly refreshing… which is something that can't be said for this drink's namesake.

Review: Sprite Blast

Sprite Blast

This mostly-sour version of Sprite is a nice break to mix up your taste buds, but flavor doesn't seem like something that would be sustainable in the marketplace in the long run.