If Adam Levine’s vocal cords are plucked from God’s own harp, then Baja Blast Mountain Dew is flowing through the waterfalls of that tropical garden in which the harp is being played.
The rare elixir that is Baja Blast Mountain Dew is so perfect and fine, that it cannot be sold in stores. It is only available in Taco Bells, and only certain stores at that. Alas, it is not found in my local Bell, so whenever I want to bathe my throat in the deluxe libation that is Baja Blast, I need to travel to far off lands, like Walpole, Massachusetts.
There have been unconfirmed reports that the Baja has been found in fountains in convenience stores. PepsiCo has vehemently denied such claims, in addition to hopes that the Baja will one day be bottled and sold.
The Baja Blast is shrouded in secrecy, fear, and lies. It was marketed as “limited time only” upon it’s release in 2004. Even it’s official website, bajablast.com, lays dormant, full of broken dreams.
Trivia: according to Taco Bell’s beverage page, Baja Blast is only available at Taco Bell because, “it was made specially to go with our great tasting food.”
If this is so, the Baja’s exclusion from everyday consumption has proven to have preserved it’s legacy and mystique. I’m hoping to have some Baja Blast tomorrow evening. There are also LEGENDS of a Baja Blast frozen drink. I have yet to confirm the existence of such a wonder.
Until next time.