The Taco Bell Mountain Dew Sangrita Blast drink has been around a while in the Taco Bell fountain (and I guess it is popular enough that I’ve seen it in cans at the supermarket).
Taco Bell has decided to turn it into their next freeze flavor, replacing the recently released Snapple Lemonade freeze. I tried the Sangrita Blast Freeze the other day, and wanted to review it for you here.
I paid $1.00 for it during happy hour. However, during any other time, it is $2.29 for a regular size.
The texture of the freeze is pretty much like every other Taco Bell freeze. You can read the reviews for the Starburst Strawberry freeze here, or the Lemonade Freeze here. The freeze isn’t quite consistent all the way through, where the top half is more watery, while the bottom half was almost solid. When getting to the last 20% of the drink, only unflavored ice was left.
Concerning the flavor, the Sangrita Blast is very fruity. It is also very tangy with a sour flavor that isn’t overpowering. It tastes a lot like a sour fruit punch with a few other fruits mixed in (lime and grape). It is overall a great flavor, and fits in between the sour Baja Blast and the super sweet Starburst Strawberry.
Overall, it isn’t as good as a 7-Eleven Slurpee, but very refreshing and tasty nonetheless.
Taco Bell Sangrita Blast Freeze Nutritional Information (16 oz)
- Calories: 160
- Protein: 0 g
- Fat: 0 g
- Carbohydrates: 43 g
- Sodium: 80 mg