A 16 oz. can of Spiked (Lemonade).
|Current Status:|| United States, Canada: Discontinued
U.S. Taco Bells : Current Flavor
|Locations Available:|| United States|
|Year(s) Available:|| 2017 - 2018 (Stores)|
2017 - present (Taco Bell)
|Related Flavors:|| Voltage|
Game Fuel (Lemonade)
Spiked (Raspberry Lemonade)
Electric Charge Freeze
|Similar Flavors:|| Lemon|
Lemonade with Ginger
Spiked (Lemonade) was a Mountain Dew flavor. It was a non-alcoholic lemonade flavored soda described as being "spiked" with thirst quenching prickly pear cactus juice. The flavor claims to have been created with "no artifical sweetners" and "real fruit juice". Similar to Label and Kickstart flavors, it was available in 16 .oz cans. It can be found at local convenience stores and at participating Taco Bell restaurants replacing Sangrita Blast.
Mountain Dew Spiked was currently under two designs. One design features "Spiked" under the Mountain Dew logo which is used in the United States, while another design features "Extra" under the Mountain Dew logo which will be used in Canada.
Spiked (Lemonade) was released along side Spiked (Raspberry Lemonade) in stores in 2017 in 16 oz. cans, along with a Taco Bell fountain and Freeze release.
As of September 2017, Spiked Lemonade freeze is discontinued and replaced with the Strawberry Poppin' Candy Freeze in Taco Bell.
As of Late 2017, Spiked (Lemonade) became discontinued in the U.S. due to low sales along with, Green Label and Spiked (Raspberry Lemonade) in the U.S. But Spiked (Lemonade) is still available at U.S. Taco Bell restaurants.
As of April 30th, 2018, Spiked (Lemonade) along with Spiked (Raspberry Lemonade) became permanently discontinued in Canada. Because due to alcohol related deaths that included some Canadian kids, and adults who suffered from a heart attack after drinking prickly pear cactus juice from it.
- Spiked (Lemonade), and Spiked (Raspberry Lemonade) was originally called Mountain Dew Extra. It was most likely the prototype name of Spiked.