The official Blue Shock Freeze logo.
|Color:|| Cobalt Blue
Used to display colors
|Current Status:|| Current Freeze/Slurpee Flavor (Region Specific in the United States and Canada)
Discontinued (Pakistan and The Philippines)
|Locations Available:||United States|
|Year(s) Available:|| United States: June 2002 - Present|
Canada: 2014, 2019 - Present
Malaysia: 2014 - Present
The Philippines: 2016
|Related Flavors:|| Arctic Burst|
Thin Ice Freeze
Diet Ultra Violet
Game Fuel (Wild Fruit)
Game Fuel (Electrifying Berry)
Game Fuel (Berry Lime)
Baja Blast Freeze
Amp Game Fuel Charged (Berry Blast)
Goji Citrus Strawberry
|Related Promotions:|| DEWmocracy Malaysia|
Mountain Dew Blue Shock is a citrus and berry flavored Mountain Dew (strongly resembling blueberry), and is cobalt blue in color.
Mountain Dew Blue Shock was originally released as simply "Blue Shock" in early June 2002 for a 30-day run.
It was later re-released with the word "Freeze" added and has stayed in 7-Eleven stores ever since as a Slurpee.
In 2014, it was released in Canada as both a Slurpee flavor and a fountain drink and then discontinued later in 2014 for unknown reasons.
On July 9th, 2019, it was released back in Husky gas stations in the freeze form.
In 2014, as part of the DEWmocracy Malaysia promotion, Blue Shock was released in 500ml bottles in Malaysia, joining the regular flavor, Pitch Black, and Live Wire. It was described as "DEW with a Raspberry Citrus flavor." Blue Shock won DEWmocracy Malaysia but the other flavors remained permanent.
In 2016, as part of the DEWmocracy Pakistan promotion, Blue Shock was released in 500ml bottles in Pakistan, It lost to Pitch Black and was discontinued.
The Philippines Release
In 2016, as part of the DEWmocracy Philippines promotion, Blue Shock was released in 300ml bottles in the Philippines alongside Livewire.
- Blue Shock was made as a Slurpee flavor of Mountain Dew and becomes a permanent flavor since 2002.
- Blue Shock was made as a Fountain Drink in Canada.
- Blue Shock was made in the soda form in Malaysia, Pakistan, and The Philippines.