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The 10 Most Caffeinated Diet Drinks


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I don't drink caffeine all that often. But when I do, I want it to be *effective* :)

http://www.diet-blog.com/archives/2007/08/...diet_drinks.php

Note that non-diet drinks are not included in this list.

Diet Pepsi Max

Per 12oz can : 69mg caffeine

Diet Sundrop

Per 12oz can: 69mg caffeine

Diet Mountain Dew

Per 12oz can: 55mg caffeine

Pepsi ONE

Per 12oz can: 54mg caffeine

Diet Cheerwine

Per 12oz can: 48.1mg caffeine

Diet RC Cola

Per 12oz can: 47.3mg caffeine

TaB

Per 12oz can: 46.5mg caffeine

Diet Coke

Per 12oz can: 46.5mg caffeine

Diet Sunkist Orange Soda

Per 12oz can: 41.5mg caffeine

Diet Dr Pepper

Per 12oz can: 41mg caffeine

Reference - Instant coffee

According the USDA - 1 rounded teaspoon of instant coffee powder contains 57mg of caffeine. (source).

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Most diet drinks are indeed too "sugary" compared to their non-diet counterparts, but I've found that I can't drink regular soda at all anymore, and I actually drink Diet Coke whenever I need a soda fix. I find it to be quite tasty (and Cherry Coke Zero is pretty darned good too, at least to me). Regular soda has become to syrupy for my taste buds.

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Not sure I follow you there.

diet drinks are indeed too "sugary" compared to their non-diet counterparts
I can't drink regular soda at all anymore
Regular soda has become to syrupy for my taste buds.

So...you prefer diet or regular? :wacko:

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So...you prefer diet or regular? :wacko:

I prefer neither, but when I have a soda jones, I go for diet because I probably want the sugar and caffiene, but don't want it to taste like syrup. Make sense?

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Yeah, that makes sense (except diet has no sugar). My previous line of thought was that you preferred one over the other. I haven't met many folks who don't like *any* soda. That is downright un-American! :P

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Yeah, that makes sense (except diet has no sugar). My previous line of thought was that you preferred one over the other. I haven't met many folks who don't like *any* soda. That is downright un-American! :P

LOL

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Yes, actually, according to Wikipedia, most soft drinks made in the USA now use corn syrup in lieu of sugar. So that makes perfect sense. :D

I actually prefer diet myself. I started drinking it because my mom's a diabetic, and whenever I went to visit her, that's all she had. And once you get used to the taste, regular Coke tastes too sweet.

But, every now and then.... I get the Jones for a real one!! :P0.

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