Another new addition to the Mountain Dew family might be on the way. Over the weekend, images of MTN DEW Spark have surfaced online, seemingly hinting at yet another new Dew flavor being made available at some point in the coming months. Originating in a new thread on r/MountainDew, a purported PepsiCo employee unveiled the pink-colored beverage with a racing-themed label with some serious 90's undertones. According to the label, MTN DEW Spark is a raspberry lemonade-flavored drink; outside of that, virtually nothing is known about the beverage.
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Yet another PepsiCo employee leaked a new Mountain Dew flavor on Reddit! u/MtDew1296 posted a picture of Mtn Dew Spark on r/mountaindew earlier today. From the image, this is limited edition "Dew with a blast of raspberry lemonade." The barcode on the side traces back to a Lipton tea product, but it's not unheard of for companies to recycle their barcodes. This also shows a continuation of the Mountain Dew graphics with angry characters on them. Frost Bite has a shark, this Spark flavor has an anthropomorphic sports car, and there is a trademark for Mtn Dew Viper Strike. The Reddit user/PepsiCo employee did not give a release date or say if this will be exclusive to a certain store.
Oftentimes Dew partners with convenience stores and retailers to bring exclusive drinks to the public. There's the case of MTN DEW Sweet Lightning being exclusive to KFC or MTN DEW Maui Burst being available solely at Dollar General stores. Most recently, it's been revealed Walmart is partnering with the soda-maker on MTN DEW Frost Bite.
There's been no official word from PepsiCo or the MTN DEW brand about Spark, so it's very possible the drink is in the earliest stages of development. Coincidentally enough, Dew also has another lemonade-flavored beverage in development called Atomic Blue, though additional information isn't available on that either.
What's your go-to Dew flavor? Think it over and let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
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