There is no ‘off’ position on the innovation switch at Taco Bell. First, the restaurant set the fast food world on fire, by taking a regular taco, coating the shell in Doritos dust and putting it in a cardboard sleeve that makes the taco nearly impossible to eat. Now, Taco Bell has invented a new breakfast beverage with a name that is virtually impossible to say out loud, MTN Dew A.M. So did this new culinary feat hit the mark? Read our review:
Let’s begin with the concept. MTN Dew A.M. is a 50-50 blend of Mountain Dew and orange juice. At first glance, this seems like the perfect morning concoction. However, I soon learned that in reality, this beverage was only giving me half of the Vitamin C and half of the caffeine I need to get going in the morning.
You might as well have had me killed, because after drinking this, I stood no chance at facing the day.
First of all, when I got to work, someone sneezed and because I only had half of the typical Vitamin C protection, I got kind of sick. Also, because of this partial deficiency, I developed scurvy, but the case was so moderate in severity that I was rejected by pirates and non-pirates alike.
Also, I was half-asleep the entire day and ended up walking in on a bank robbery in progress. The robber was furious with me because he had to start all over again with his instructions for the hostages. Making matters worse, I had trouble concentrating while he was talking, so at the end I had a lot of questions about topics he claimed he had already covered. Things continued to go downhill when, about halfway through the robbery, I fell asleep. I think this really offended the thief because when I woke up, he tried to make me feel guilty for ‘ruining’ his first bank robbery.
In conclusion, I give Taco Bell’s new MTN Dew A.M. Drink 9 out of ten thousand stars.