The official Revolution label art.
|Flavor:||Wild Berry Fruit|
|Locations Available:||United States|
|Year(s) Available:||2007 (Test release), 2008, 2011 (Throwback Shack Contest)|
|Related Flavors:||Distortion, Supernova, Voltage|
|Similar Flavors:||Dark Berry, Game Fuel (Wild Fruit), Game Fuel (Electrifying Berry), Game Fuel (Berry Lime), Diet Ultra Violet, Diet Flare, Arctic Burst, Blue Shock Freeze, Thin Ice Freeze|
|Related Promotions:||DEWmocracy, Throwback Shack|
- Main article: DEWmocracy
Revolution was created by Mountain Dew fans in the first phase of DEWmocracy, and was released over the summer of 2008 to compete with Voltage and Supernova to become a permanent flavor. On August 19, voting ended and Voltage was announced the winner, having won 41% of the votes. Supernova came in second place, with Revolution in third place.
In 2011, a "secret stash" of Revolution was offered as a prize to those who entered to win them daily at the Throwback Shack website. The winner of the Revolution shack uploaded this video on November 18 of that year, showing that he had been sent 12 glass bottles of Revolution, packed in a large wooden box. The same person started an eBay auction to buy one glass bottle of it. The auction ended on November 14th, 2016 at 7:30 PM, by which point the bidding had reached $33 USD.
Revolution was a wild berry fruit flavored soda, with added ginseng for flavor enhancement. It was sky blue in color. Many fans describe the taste of Revolution as a cross between White Out and Baja Blast.
- Many fans describe the flavor of Diet Ultra Violet to be close to Revolution, mostly due to the berry flavoring in both. Fans have also stated that Dark Berry tastes similar to Revolution as well.
- Recently, there has been an uprising demand for Revolution's return to shelves since the Back by Popular DEWmand promotion gave three discontinued flavors (Supernova, Pitch Black, and Typhoon) a limited return to shelves. Mountain Dew has commented on this, saying that there were no plans to bring Revolution back. However, they followed up this statement with advice to "never say never," lending hope to fans of the flavor.