Official Mountain Dew Grape can design.
|Locations Available:||United States|
|Year(s) Available:||United States: 2010|
Japan: 2011 - 2012
|Related Flavors:||Dry Ginger|
Kickstart (Energizing Grape)
|Similar Flavors:||Pitch Black|
Pitch Black II
Kickstart (Energizing Midnight Grape)
Grape was a Mountain Dew flavor variant that was first test marketed at select restaurants in Pepsi's Fusion fountain machine (designed to compete with Coca-Cola's Freestyle machine) and later released in Japan.
On January 26, 2011, Suntory announced they would release Mountain Dew Grape for the Spring of 2011 in 355ml cans. It featured a moderate sweet flavor and a purple packaging color that was made to stand out in Vending Machines.
It's planned release of April 2011 was delayed due to the Tohoku Earthquake, and was eventually released on May 24, 2011. As noted, it was sold in certain Japanese vending machines, mainly Boss.
As it's name suggests, Mountain Dew Grape was a grape flavored soda, and was light purple in color.
- Grape was one of six grape flavored Mountain Dew variants. (See "Similar Flavors" in the infobox)