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Spiked (Lemonade)

Spiked (Lemonade) (also known in Canada as Extra (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 the Label, Kickstart and Mountain Dew Energy flavors, it was available in 16 oz. cans. It was found at participating Taco Bell restaurants in the United States and it replaced Sangrita Blast in the fountain form and it was in the process of being replaced by Diet Baja Blast (now known as Baja Blast Zero Sugar). There were some Taco Bell restaurants that still had Spiked Lemonade as their supplies of the flavor had not yet run out.


Like Lemon, Game Fuel (Lemonade), and Vibe, Mountain Dew Spiked (Lemonade) was a classic lemonade flavored soda and was yellow in color.


Mountain Dew Spiked was featured under two designs. One design features "Spiked" under the Mountain Dew logo which was used in the United States, while another design features "Extra" under the Mountain Dew logo which was used in Canada.

Spiked (Lemonade) was released alongside Spiked (Raspberry Lemonade) in stores in 2017 in 16 oz. cans, along with the fountain form, and Freeze at Taco Bell restaurant locations in the United States.

As of September 2017, Spiked (Lemonade) Freeze was later discontinued and then replaced by the Strawberry Poppin' Candy Freeze in Taco Bell.

As of late 2017, Spiked (Lemonade) became discontinued in the United States, and Canada due to low sales along with, Green Label and Spiked (Raspberry Lemonade).

After the discontinuation of Spiked (Lemonade), and along with Spiked (Raspberry Lemonade) in 16 oz. cans, Spiked (Lemonade) was still available in the Taco Bell restaurant soda fountains in the United States, but it was currently in the process of being phased out, starting December 2018, to make room for the return of Diet Baja Blast (now being called Baja Blast Zero Sugar), It was completely removed from all Taco Bell restaurants by around March 2019.

Spiked (Raspberry Lemonade) was unfortunately not selling alongside Spiked (Lemonade) at all Taco Bell restaurants in the United States.


  • Spiked (Lemonade), and Spiked (Raspberry Lemonade) was originally called Mountain Dew Extra displayed on the two can designs shown in the gallery. It was most likely the prototype name of Spiked.