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Baja Blast Zero Sugar
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The official logo for Baja Blast Zero Sugar as of 2021.
Flavor: Tropical Lime
Color: Teal      
Current Status: Permanent Flavor (Taco Bell in the US)

Discontinued (Cans/Bottles)

Locations Available: United States
Year(s) Available: 2013 - 2015 (as Diet Baja Blast)
2018 - Present (as Baja Blast Zero Sugar)

2020, 2021 (Can/Bottle Release)

Related Flavors: Baja Blast
Mountain Dew Zero Sugar
Diet Mountain Dew
Amp Game Fuel Charged ZERO (Watermelon Shock)
Amp Game Fuel Charged ZERO (Raspberry Lemonade)
Similar Flavors: N/A (No similar flavors to match with)
Related Promotions: 100 Days of Baja

Baja Blast Zero Sugar, alternatively Zero Sugar Baja Blast or Diet Baja Blast, is a zero-sugar variant of Baja Blast. Its tagline is "Low Calorie DEW with a blast of natural and artificial tropical lime flavor."


Baja Blast Zero Sugar is a tropical lime flavored soda, and is teal in color.


Baja Blast's original release was exclusively in Taco Bell restaurants in the United States in 2004 and only released in a full-sugar variant.

Diet Baja Blast

In December 2013, Taco Bell added a diet variant of Baja Blast to its menu along with the new Sangrita Blast. It was later replaced by Orange Citrus Kickstart in 2015.

Baja Blast Zero Sugar

It returned to many Taco Bell restaurants in early December 2018, replacing Spiked (Lemonade) and operating under a new name: Baja Blast Zero Sugar, rolling out to all Taco Bell locations by approximately March 2019.

Market Release Rumors

​​​A Pepsi employee under the username u/G-Up had initially claimed that the Zero Sugar version of Baja Blast would release with Baja Blast in its 2019 release, but no such release surfaced. He later claimed in a Reddit post that it would no longer release alongside original Baja Blast in stores, and would instead be releasing later on this year, but once again, this release failed to surface as well.

After Mountain Dew Zero Sugar was announced, a new version of Baja Blast Zero Sugar was shown on the Dew Drinker Discord server by a Pepsi employee on October 30th, with branding more closely matching the 2020 release of Mountain Dew Zero Sugar than the branding currently used for Baja Blast Zero Sugar at Taco Bell. It, along with the full-sugar version of Baja Blast, is set to launch approx. March 23, 2020, in both 12 pack cans and 20oz bottles.