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Mountain Dew Introduces Breakfast Drink!

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mountain dew kickstart breakfast drink

Pour your coffee down the sink, you guys, Mountain Dew is introducing a breakfast drink!!

The new drink is called Kickstart and it's dropping this month!

It's gonna have Mountain Dew Flavor but be made with 5% juice, B and C vitamins and whole lotta caffeine.

Many energy drinks have come under fire recently for the health problems they can cause do to their extreme caffeine content.

PepsiCo said it doesn't consider their newest product to be an "energy drink."

It has a good energy kick but still has way less caffeine than Monster or Red Bull.

Also, it's not technically a soda because of its 5% juice content.

Not that any of that makes it healthy or anything but hey, at least they're trying.

We're still not sure Mountain Dew makes for a great breakfast but we're sure college kids everywhere will love it.

Nothing like a caffeine kick in the pants, first thing in the morning!

Just remember, all things in moderation.

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2 comments to “Mountain Dew Introduces Breakfast Drink!”

  1. 1

    Remember "Jolt Cola"? 'All the sugar and twice the caffeine' The 80's…..

  2. Elizabeth says – reply to this


    This basically sounds like an energy drink with 5% added juice. Although I do love my occasional "Dew" every once and a while, there are plenty of all natural drink alternatives out there that are way better for you! Solixir's Awaken is for gentle energy and is all natural with no added sugar. Compared to Kickstart's whopping 92 mg of caffeine, Solixir has 30 mg–just enough for a gentle lift. Plus it has botanicals like Yerba Mate and Angelica Root that target brain stimulation and give the body a natural sense of energy.