Mtn Dew names like baja-flash, Liberty Brewand SuperNova don’t communicate exactly how soft drinks taste, but that doesn’t deter fans from grabbing them when they hit the shelves. The brand’s latest product is a flavor that long-time drinkers may recognize. Like Food & Wine reports, Mtn Dew Typhoon is making a comeback after an 11-year hiatus.
The flavor made its first appearance in 2008 after fans voted for it as part of Mtn Dew’s DEWmocracy campaign. After a brief revival in 2011, the cult drink has been out of circulation for a decade.
According to Mtn Dew, Typhoon has received enough fan requests to warrant a comeback. The flavor, which features a “tropical punch twist,” will be available in limited batches through the online website. dew store starting at noon ET on Wednesday, June 1. To get your hands on a can, you’ll need to register for free Dew HQ Membership first. Even though purchases are limited to Dew HQ members, the item should sell out quickly.
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[h/t Food & Wine]