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CDLLife Compares Popular Energy Drinks


Wether or not it’s something that we would like to admit, a majority of our office is fueled by energy drinks. – RedBull being our beverage of choice. However, there are a multitude of options out there in the realm of caffeinated go-juice – and we’ve decided to take a closer look. Find out what you’d like to try, or try to avoid here:



This fruit-flavored Mountain Dew beverage was introduced last Monday by PepsiCo as, “a new way to do mornings.” It’s supposed to be a combination of both Mountain Dew and fruit juice that will be available in Orange Citrus and Fruit Punch starting on February 25th. – Pinch yourself, because this sounds like a Mountain Dew lover’s dream! Here’s what you need to know:

It’s going to be sold in 16 oz. cans – these cans are said to contain 92 milligrams of caffeine (much less than a regular energy drink), and 80 calories.

USA Today

Photo By: Reed Saxon, AP


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