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A typical Taco Bell soda fountain

Another Taco Bell Soda fountain (16 flavored)

Beverages are various flavored drinks offered at Taco Bell, in order to compliment the restaurant's many food items.

Soda[]

Taco Bell serves a variety of products from PepsiCo, including Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Wild Cherry Pepsi (although availability varies on location and state), and 7up. Some locations also offer Dr. Pepper, as well as Diet Dr. Pepper.

Baja Blast[]

In 2004, Pepsi introduced Mountain Dew: Baja Blast, a tropical lime and pineapple flavored variant of Mountain Dew that is available exclusively as a fountain drink at Taco Bell.

In 2014, Baja Blast saw a limited-time, store release in cans and bottles, along with an interactive app called Baja or Bust. It has been brought back in cans and bottles every year since then, except for 2017.

Sangrita Blast[]

In 2014, Pepsi introduced Mountain Dew Sangrita Blast, a dark red, cherry and pomegranate-flavored variant of Mountain Dew that is available exclusively as a fountain drink at Taco Bell. In 2015, Sangrita Blast saw a limited summer release in stores, available in cans and bottles. In 2017, the drink was discontinued and replaced with Spiked Lemonade, which was discontinued in 2019 and replaced with Baja Blast Zero Sugar.

Frutista Freeze[]

Frutista Freeze was a line of frozen beverages introduced at Taco Bell locations in May 2008 and cancelled in late 2013. Flavors included:

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  • Strawberry Frutista Freeze
  • Mango Strawberry Frutista Freeze
  • Triple Berries and Cream Frutista Freeze
  • Pina Colada Freeze
  • Strawberry Colada

Taco Bell Freezes[]

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Freezes are frozen soda slushies available at Taco Bell. They come in various flavors.

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