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Click pic to view comments - Semi-international sighting: Mountain Dew Semi-international sighting: Mountain Dew
Posted: 23:47 Sun 20-Dec-2009. Price: 89p per can. Location: Charing Cross tube station, London.
"Michele" reports: On my daily commute, I spotted a sign with a Mountain Dew can on it. Curious, I ventured towards the shop, and indeed, they have Mountain Dew! It's the made-in-Philippines version, with black cans, but it's Dew. The location is in Charing Cross tube station - or right next to it. Essentially, instead of going in through the main entrance on the Strand (next to the Boots and bus/taxi thing) cross the street and go down some stairs. The store to the right is called Paperchase and sells pens or something like that, I can't remember what the store on the left was.

The stairs lead down to the tube station, but as soon as you go down the stairs there are two stores - one selling gym equipment and one selling drinks and sandwiches (his sign says something like Chokalicious and ID Photographs). The chap in the drinks and sandwiches store sells the Dew - he's quite friendly. He mentioned he wants to get Code Red as well in future. Oh yeah - and they're 89p a can, so cheaper than most online stores!

...Thanks "Michele" - this is a bit different to our usual sightings (the pic is actually of the cans you can get for 1.20-something from CyberCandy 5 mins away in Covent Garden), but worth a mention I thought because of a) continued speculation about an official UK launch, and b) the entertainingly detailed directions. And, because I probably won't post another sighting before next weekend, here's wishing everyone a happy snacking Christmas (and come back next Sunday for a review of 2009, and maybe the entire decade). Cheers!

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Posted: 14:19 Mon 21-Dec-2009 by "Duds" # permalink comment
Comment: Mountain Dew in super size cans is £1.60 at the Aussi pie shop outside Shepherd's Bush tube on the outside of the W12 shopping Centre.

The best price though is a 24 pack of those black can versions which is £13.65 or so from the Chinese Supermarket on the outskirts of Reading towards J11.


Posted: 01:25 Tue 22-Dec-2009 by "balls" # permalink comment
Comment: Indian & Continental Stores on Newland Ave in Hull also sells it. yknow just in case anyone lives there and was wondering.
Posted: 12:31 Wed 23-Dec-2009 by "willamy02" # permalink comment
Comment: anyone near southampton /portsmouth areas that can get it??????????
Posted: 13:55 Wed 23-Dec-2009 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: Happy Christmas to all our chums, particularly Mr Snackspot of course, Zeddy, Magnetic Ham Sandwich, Chubworth, Stuart Campbell, Yay! Lovely Fish!, my agent, mum and dad, a big shout out to new contributors, and anybody I may have missed.

So play nicely now, and I'll see you all in 2010, or whatever year it is.


Posted: 14:03 Wed 23-Dec-2009 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Seasons greetings to you and your kind, Mr T.
Posted: 12:16 Thu 24-Dec-2009 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: "you and your *kind*" - very good :)

And in the spirit of bizarre high-tech goodwill, I'm just reposting this online tip for anyone whose Pace Twin Freeview PVR now fails to start up for no immediately obvious reason. Happy viewing!

Hi,Are You Looking For A Recorder Because Your Pace Twin Has Locked Up,Won't Respond To The Remote ?

There Is A Problem With Itv Transmission Causing This!

Solution = Turn Off Box At Mains.

Remove While Box Is Off The Aerial Lead ( In From The Aerial), Wait 10 Seconds Then Turn Back On At Mains With Aerial Out, Wait Until Box Powers Up And Turns Itself To Standby.

Turn Box On With Remote ;Bingo You're Back In.

Select Bbc 1 And Turn Off At Mains, Connect Aerial ,Mains Back On,Wait For Box To Go Into Standby, Turn On With Remote;Wow.

Until Itv Sort The Problem (Pace Know As Well) Leave Box On, Or Only Go Into Standby From Bbc1


Posted: 14:44 Thu 24-Dec-2009 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: Hmph. Yes, your very kind too.

Re the Pace box, I understand Apple's tech support centre has a check box on their call system which says "RTFM", when logging what advice was given to callers...


Posted: 14:48 Thu 24-Dec-2009 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Nick ;-). On a similar vein, has anyone spotted that new Christmas product, eggy pudding?
Posted: 08:34 Sun 27-Dec-2009 by "Matt" # permalink comment
Comment: Any of the shops in Manchesters China town have had Mountain dew available for years
Posted: 19:43 Mon 11-Jan-2010 by "andy"
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Comment: you can buy mtn dew from the chinese supermarkets on vicar lane in leeds. 500ml bottles are 85p

bargain


Posted: 13:04 Tue 12-Jan-2010 by "Seany Smith"
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Comment: There are about 5 or 6 shops in Southampton that sell Mountain Dew, all within 5-10 mins of my house, such as the Chinese supermarket on St Mary Street, the big international shop with the large fruit and veg section in Portswood High Street. It is generally 60 or 70p per can. They also do AW Root Beer in most places, and sarsaparilla cordial.
Posted: 17:48 Tue 12-Jan-2010 by "willamy02" # permalink comment
Comment: seany smith many thanks gonna be going there 2moz LOL any others so i can stock up????
Posted: 20:01 Tue 12-Jan-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Is this the future of soft drinks?

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamescridland/4268845518/

http://mochachocolatarita.blogspot.com/2009/10/shake-shake-fanta-jelly-loving-my.html


Posted: 20:15 Tue 12-Jan-2010 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: Holey moley I do hope not (top find though, Zeddy!)
Posted: 01:08 Sat 16-Jan-2010 by "coxy" # permalink comment
Comment: Woo Sang in Manchester sells Mountain Dew and also MUG root beer
Posted: 09:55 Fri 22-Jan-2010 by "Marty" # permalink comment
Comment: its amazing that so many places sell MD!! does anyone know if it is sold in the Ealing/Wembley area of london?
Posted: 18:40 Tue 02-Feb-2010 by "john gibson" # permalink comment
Comment: my sons are big dew fans, going to liverpool soon any sightings there of dew
Posted: 22:32 Thu 18-Feb-2010 by "Nick" # permalink comment
Comment: Mountain Dew has been in my local Chinese supermarket for years... just 60p a can as well, along with A&W Root Beer!
Posted: 18:50 Fri 26-Feb-2010 by "Emma" # permalink comment
Comment: Nick, where is this Chinese supermarket that sells Mtn Dew for 60p? I would love to know! ;)
Posted: 20:03 Sun 07-Mar-2010 by "LH" # permalink comment
Comment: Order some here

http://www.americansweets.co.uk/american-mountain-dew-soda-236-c.asp


Posted: 17:42 Tue 13-Apr-2010 by "Mat" # permalink comment
Comment: http://www.ingredientsnetwork.com/ [URL display truncated]

2010 relaunch of Mountain Dew in the UK


Posted: 01:53 Sat 31-Jul-2010 by "Mountain Dew Drinker" # permalink comment
Comment: You can buy Mountain Dew in Cricklewood, north west London. It's made in Dubai and comes in 300ml cans (they were green cans but they are now black cans that say "New Edgy Look... Same Great Taste"). THEY ARE ONLY 50p PER CAN!

The shop is... Cricklewood Halal Best Meat & Grocery, 187 Cricklewood Broadway (near the junction with Cricklewood Lane), London, NW2 3HT - 020 8450 9506.

I've been buying Mountain Dew from this shop for months and they say getting hold of stock isn't a problem.

You can get the American Mtn Dew version (plus the Code Red and DEWmocracy flavours) for around £1.30 a can from CyberCandy (branches in Covent Garden, Islington, Birmingham, Brighton or online).


Posted: 22:31 Sat 22-Oct-2011 by "American Goodies" # permalink comment
Comment: We sell this awesome drink for 90p a can athttp://www.americangoodies.co.uk
Posted: 15:09 Sun 23-Oct-2011 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: Does a web site actually count AS a web site when over half the items listed are out of stock?
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