Taco Bell Is Serving Up A New Mountain Dew Baja Blast Freeze That Has A Piña Colada Twist

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Photo credit: Taco Bell
Photo credit: Taco Bell

Mountain Dew Baja Blast has been available at Taco Bell since 2004, and the Freeze version came about after that for an icy way to stay cool. Although we already have a new Strawberry Lemonade Freeze to enjoy for summer 2021, the Mexican fast food spot decided that wasn’t enough and has just unveiled the Mountain Dew Baja Blast Colada Freeze!

Taco Bell is dubbing 2021 the Summer of Baja, and we’re so onboard. The difference between the Mountain Dew Baja Blast Freeze and the new Mountain Dew Baja Blast Colada Freeze? The colada, of course! The Freeze has been combined with the taste of a traditional piña colada, which brings the flavor of sweet tropical cream. Now you can see why this is such a summer-ready beverage.

Photo credit: Taco Bell
Photo credit: Taco Bell

For even more good news, you won’t have an issue getting your hands on the new Freeze. It’s the first time that Taco Bell is putting a Baja Blast on menus nationwide. You can order a regular for $2.39 or large for $2.59 — or just wait until Happier Hour, which is daily at participating locations from 2 to 5 p.m., and you can get it for $1.

In addition to the Mountain Dew Baja Blast Colada Freeze, Taco Bell has brought back the Naked Chicken Chalupa. The bite was first introduced in 2017, but disappeared after that. Beginning on May 20, you can order it again and savor the all-white-meat chicken that’s marinated in Mexican spices, rolled in a crunchy coating, and crisped, followed by being loaded with lettuce, cheddar cheese, diced tomatoes, and avocado ranch sauce. This offering is also available nationwide, so it looks like we know what we’re ordering for lunch today!

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