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PepsiCo’s Mountain Dew is Back with New Drink “Southern Shock” at Bojangles Locations


Mountain Dew currently is available in a series of flavors, but they haven’t run out of brand-new ones yet. The latest one to join those flavors is Southern Shock, and it’s simply the soda to keep our taste buds pleased all summertime long.

PepsiCo describes the new Mountain Dew Southern Shock as “a blast of tropical punch seasoned Mountain Dew.” The bright soda is a red/orange color, so it’s definitely appropriate for the season. You can will not discover this sip in bottles or cans, since it’s just a fountain consume right now.

” The taste is almost like a mix of Code Red, Goji [Citrus Strawberry], and Sweet Lightning all in one. Certainly some sort of fruit punch flavor. I love it, 9/10,” one Reddit user kept in mind about Southern Shock.

You may need to drive a bit to get your hands on the Mountain Dew Southern Shock, because it’s solely offered at Bojangles, a fast-food area that focuses on Cajun-seasoned fried chicken. It’s a regional chain with locations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and West Virginia. Sorry, West Coast.

It’s unclear if Southern Shock is an irreversible offering at Bojangles or if it’ll only be around for a restricted time. However if it’s any excellent, we’re going to be pestering PepsiCo to bottle it up and put it in stores.

It’s seldom that Mountain Dew develops a special taste in cooperation with a dining establishment. In 2015, the brand name partnered with KFC to reveal Sweet Lightning, a soda with a punch of peach and a touch of honey. Consider yourself fortunate if you live near a Bojangles, since we have a feeling that a great deal of people are jealous right now.

Kevin Brinkley
Kevin is a content writer at Drew Reports News. prior to joining Drew Reports News, Kevin had a hand in a number of online and print publications, including InternetNews.com as a chief copy editor and Government Technology Magazine as managing editor. He also did a stint in Sydney as group editor of RBI Australia's manufacturing group, which is when he also developed an affinity (a love, really) for cricket.
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