Taco Bell Baja Blast Freeze Review!

Freezes are the frozen slushies prepared with a variety of sodas accessible at Taco Bell. Through the years, there’ve been a lot of flavors; the Game Fuel Freezes tie in with different video game launches and promotions; the Kickstart Freezes were started as late-night-themed or breakfast-themed drinks; the international flavors are specific to the region, and there’s also a long list of flavors that are now discontinued.

However, one that has stood the test of the time in the fast-food industry is the Taco Bell Baja Blast Freeze. It is actually a Mountain-Dew-based slush that is very tasty to sip on; you need to watch out for the delayed brain freeze.

A Brief History:

Taco Bell launched the Baja Blast back in 2004 as the chemically-formulated drink created for tasting better with the food menu. Back in 2012, Taco Bell started providing the Baja Blast Freeze in select places. It is the Baja Blast’s flavor variant, the Mountain-Dew-based soda slushy similar to the Frutista Freeze line of the franchise, which was launched back in 2008 (and later in 2013 discontinued).


The Baja Blast Freeze was really well-liked that it became the permanent part of this franchise’s menu in Jan 2013, where it joined many other Freeze flavors. In 2019, Taco Bell launched a limited-time Birthday Baja Blast Freeze full of candy sprinkles. I cannot imagine how that paired with the taco!


Frozen slushy drinks seem to get fame by the year, but we customers like flavors and choices, so it is up to the fine individuals behind the convenient-store and fast-food scenes for keeping us interested.

The Frutista Freezes of Taco Bell was actually the motivation behind the Baja Blast Mountain Dew Freeze, and it is the only Mountain Dew Freeze accessible, exclusively provided at Taco Bell restaurants. The name of it was actually inspired by Baja, California, recognized for the beaches and free and fun lifestyle.

Baja Blast Freeze Types:

There is just one Baja Blast Mountain Dew Freeze, and you can get it exclusively at Taco Bell. But if Mountain Dew is not the jam, the restaurant provides other flavors comprising Citrus Cherry, Electric Blue Raspberry, Electric Apple, Maui Burst, or Berry Burst.

There’re also limited-time, seasonal, and promotional flavors, but accessibility varies by the location (internationally and stateside), so check out with the local Taco Bell and check what surprises they really have for you.

Baja Blast Freeze Review:

The Baja Blast Mountain Dew is the tropical-lime-flavored, a light blue-green colored variation of the soft drink. Slushy and frozen, it pairs great with your much loved Taco Bell meal, Or even better, when you sip it poolside on a warm day.

  • Texture & Taste:

The Baja Blast Freeze really tastes like Mountain Dew with a bit of limey flavor. It is not sour or tart, so it is simple to sip. But be careful; this drink has a delayed brain freeze if you down it really fast. The consistency is much like the virgin frozen margarita- it is cold and light, and the ice chunks are usually small enough to go through your straw.

I like its light lime-blue color, it reminds me of Mexican beaches, and since this drink was actually named after the Baja California Peninsula, which is a Mexican state, I would say it is appropriate.

  • Are They Healthy?

Baja Blast Mountain Dew has 4.50 milligrams of caffeine for each fluid ounce, which is not much contemplating an eight-oz cup of coffee has over ninety mg of caffeine. It also has forty-one grams of sugar and forty-one grams of carbs, and that is pretty much average for a twelve-oz soda can. While it is not off-the-charts awful for you, there is not any dietary value in it. The Baja Blast Freeze is more like the treat for quenching the thirst and cool off on a hot summer day.

  • Are They Worth It?

I really liked this Freeze enough for experiencing the delayed brain freeze, and it is a doozy. But it is almost certainly the best drink with Mountain Dew flavor accessible, with the frozen margarita texture and tropical lime flavor infusion.

It is really like drinking the virgin margarita with the Grilled Steak Quesadilla or Tex Mex Crunch Wrap Supreme. It is a fantastic drinking experience that really brings you a little of that beach nostalgia without any hangover or sunburn; it is less pricey too. Treat yourself to some fun and love it. It is worth the taste.


If you are a fan of Mountain Dew, then it is just the right drink for you. It really tastes just like a soft drink, with an additional touch of lime flavor. It is not pricey, it is fun to glance at, and it even resembles the margarita. The dietetic value is very low, but besides that, it is not bad for you. Overall, it is a pleasant drink on a hot summer day. Even if you cannot drink it by a pool or the beach, it will bring a little smile to the face on the go or in the office.

Nutrition Facts About The Baja Blast Freeze:

For 16 oz Serving:

  • Protein: 0g
  • Sugars: 41g
  • Trans Fat: 0g
  • Saturated Fat: 0g
  • Total Fat: 0g
  • Calories From Fat: 0
  • Dietary Fiber: 0g
  • Total Carbohydrates: 41g
  • Sodium: 45mg
  • Cholesterol: 0mg

Baja Blast Freeze Pricing:

Baja Blast Freeze by Taco Bell is priced at around 1.99 dollars for a medium-sized drink, which is the same cost as the formerly-released Frutista Freezes. However, Taco Bell started providing Happy Hour specials back in 2013. Between 2 pm and 5 pm every day, you can buy medium-sized drinks for one dollar as well as Sparklers, Freezes, Loaded Grillers, or any medium-sized drink. For more updates visit: fastfoodmenuprice.co.uk