Caffeine Free Mountain Dew® 2L Plastic Bottle
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So, when a person opts to drink Caffeine Free Diet Mountain Dew, the only correlation that can be drawn between one of the most jolting sodas on the free market (other than Jolt Cola, which was ousted for its bad boy reputation) and its stimulant free cousin is that they're both loved by extreme sports enthusiasts, beggingg, "Do the Dew!"
Personally, I have never been a huge fan of sugary soda, so I've always steered clear of regular Mt. Dew, but Diet Mt. Dew appealed to me the very first time I tried it! Less carbonated than Sprite or 7up, two other sodas that share its category if only by the mere fact that they're bubbly and vaguely fruit based, Dt. Dew was far less saccharine, and had a background flavor (some attribute to orange juice) that I found agreeable.
Beyond liking the taste, I also liked that an 8 oz glass wasn't going to give me diabetes on the spot! Whereas a glass of regular Dew contained more than 400 calories, Dt. Mt. Dew contained 0. Even with the trace amounts of sugar, the results were deemed negligible from an independent panel of doctors in the early 2000s.
giving it to kids unless you want them running around bouncing off the walls lol jk its a good drink I highly recommend it its cheap not nasty and
it comes in different flavors also
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