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I like Sparx too, kind of like Red Bull meets Sprite.
That Cocaine stuff seems kind of stupid, I mean, if I drink a cup of coffee I feel alert and I'm able to concentrate. If I drink three cups of coffee in a row I feel jittery and nauseous. Seems like that Cocaine has an unnecessary amount of caffeine.
there was a decent length article from USNEWS report about Caffine Craving
Caffine per ounce (Ranking)
(the total caffeine per serving is depending on what the serving size is)
Cocaine Energy Drink 33.33
Hershey's Special Dark Chocolate 21.38 (Shocker)
Starbucks brewed coffee 16.25 (Shocker)
Red Bull 9.64 (hmm. lower than I thought)
Starbucks Frappuccino 9.47
Enviga Green Tea 8.83
Full throttle 8.81
Sunkist Organe Soda 3.42 (what? more than pepsi?)
Product Serving size Caffeine per serving (mg)
Caffeine tablet 1 tablet 200
Excedrin tablet 1 tablet 65
Coffee, brewed 240 mL (8 U.S. fl oz) 135*
Coffee, decaffeinated 240 mL (8 U.S. fl oz) 5*
Coffee, espresso 57 mL (2 U.S. fl oz) 100*
Chocolate, Dark (Hershey's Special Dark) 1 bar 31
Chocolate, Milk (Hershey Bar) 1 bar 10
Red Bull 250 mL (8.2 U.S. fl oz) 80
Powershot 30 mL (1 U.S. fl oz) 100
Cocaine Energy Drink 250 mL (8.4 U.S. fl oz) 280
Rockstar Energy Drink 473 mL (16 U.S. fl oz) 170
Sky Rocket Caffeinated Syrup 29.57 mL 100
Jolt Cola 694 mL (23.5 U.S. fl oz) 150
Bawls Guarana 296 mL (10 U.S. fl oz) 67
Soft drink, Mountain Dew "Dew Fuel" 355 mL 54.5
Soft drink, Coca-Cola Classic 355 mL (12 U.S. fl oz) 34
Tea, green 240 mL (8 U.S. fl oz) 15*
Tea, leaf or bag 240 mL (8 U.S. fl oz) 50*
* Estimated average caffeine content per serving. Actual content varies according to preparation.
Jolt! I haven't heard about that stuff since middle school. I seem to remember that it was a sort of bad-boy phenomenon. "Oooh, are you drinking Jolt? Wow, you're a bad-a$$."
I remember Jolt from a marketing case in a course I took circa 1998. If I remember correctly the slogan was: "double the sugar, double the caffeine!". But I haven´t actually been able to get a can of the stuff to give it a test drive. Is it still available?
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