Surge Citrus Flavored Soda 16fl oz. 12 cans
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About this item
- SURGE is back
- Pack of twelve, 16 fl oz cans of citrus flavored soda with other natural flavors
- Citrus flavored soft drink
- Convenient, On-the-Go 16oz cans
- SURGE originally existed in the US 1996-2001 - back now due to popular demand
From the manufacturer
Surge, 12 ct, 16 fluid ounce cans
The same great taste from the 1990s is back, now in a larger 16-ounce can. SURGE is the bolder citrus soda that fuels a familiar rush from back in the day.
Available exclusively on Amazon.
Enjoy ice cold for maximum refreshment.
Contains twelve 16 fluid ounce cans; 69mg of caffeine per can
- Carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, maltodextrin, citric acid, natural flavors, orange juice concentrate, potassium benzoate (to protect taste), potassium citrate, caffeine, calcium disodium edta (to protect taste), yellow 5, yellow 6, carob bean gum, blue 1
The same great taste from the 1990s is back, now in a larger 16oz can. Surge is the bolder citrus soda that fuels a familiar rush from back in the day. Available on Amazon Pantry.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : Yes
- Product Dimensions : 11 x 8 x 6.5 inches; 1 Pounds
- UPC : 049000062731 049000262735
- Manufacturer : Coca-Cola
- ASIN : B00M2OGS08
- Best Sellers Rank: #145,101 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
- #1,608 in Soda Soft Drinks
- Customer Reviews:
Carbonated Water, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Maltodextrin, Citric Acid, Natural Flavors, Orange Juice Concentrate, Potassium Benzoate, Potassium Citrate, Caffeine, Calcium Disodium EDTA, Yellow #5, Yellow #6, Carob Bean Gum, Blue 1
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As the door opens, I see a smallish room with a window that is looking out over a beautiful lake. In the middle of the room, there is a steel table covered in a white table cloth with a single chair. There is something in the middle of the table, but I cant quite make it out. The kind scientist asks me to sit down and get comfortable. I make myself comfortable. Well, the best one can do in a semi-weakened state. He asks again how I am feeling. A bit perplexed, but I respond that I am still well. I notice his had moves to a cloth-covered item on the table. Curiously, I am wondering what strange thing is under it. Within half a second he removes the cloth. My heart freezes. To my eyes, there lies a pristine can of Surge. It seems larger than what I remember. My eye sight goes fuzzy, but I shake my head and re-focus on the can. Then I look at the scientist and back to the can. I realized I stopped breathing at this moment. A deep breath I inhale. On the exhale, I look at the scientist and before I can even mutter a word, he smiles as says 'Your eyes do not deceive you. That is an unopened can of Surge. And it is yours.'
Tears spring to my face and a smile as wide as the can turned sideways appears on my face. The scientist reaches out and grabs the can. He hands it to me and my fingers tremble and fumble as I try to open the can. CRRSKK. The can is open. Aluminum on lips, I tip the can back and feel that sweet delicious flavor swirling around in my mouth and then down my throat. Next thing I know, the can is empty and a childhood happiness wells up inside of me. But a worry comes over me. I ask the scientist, 'Is this a dream? Or was there a secret stash found somewhere?' To my surprise, the scientist laughs and offers me a hand. We stand back up and he says to follow him. We go back to my room, all the while the scientist is making small talk about this and that, but keeps avoiding my questions about Surge. Upon returning to my room, he offers me to open the door. As the door slowly opens, I walk in a notice a box on my bed. I walk over to inspect it and notice it is a 12-pack of Surge! I cry out in surprise and happiness. The scientist smiles and says, 'It's all yours. Coca-Cola has brought it back and it is available via an online shop called Amazon. That 12-pack is yours and once you are strong enough to leave, you will have another 12-pack waiting at the exit.
I thank the scientist for all that he has done. He makes his exit. I crack open another can. And before I know it, its gone. Then for the first time, I notice a fridge. In goes the surge, but another one is in my hand. I slowly drink on that can for a bit longer than the other two I had. By the end of the night, I have drank another 3 cans, each one a bit slower than the last. The smile on my face is one of pure happiness.
The room had a unique smell of body odor, pizza, flatulence and Surge, all of which was only heightened by the heat and humidity. At that point we had become nose-blind to it, but could smell it when we left the room to use the bathroom, or grab another Surge. Empty Surge cans and pizza boxes littered the room. I can remember I was driving around Blood Gulch in the Warthog looking for my friends who had fallen asleep while still playing for some easy kills. It seemed that's what everyone else was doing as well. Our reaction times were really starting to dwindle at this point, and you could tell when we actually found someone who was still playing. We were struggling to stay focused, stay awake, so we didn't have the unfortunate fate as our comatose friends who were being drawn on and having other crude acts done to them from over-exhausted teenage boys looking for a quick laugh.
As the match ended, I chugged down my can of Surge down like a bottle of water in the hand of the 1st place Boston Marathon runner when he crossed the finish line. I stood up and stumbled a little bit. I was exhausted but still remembered to call 5's so I didn't lose my seat. I exited the room quickly and quietly. The house was quite besides the faint sounds of the arguments about who's better and what level we should play next, or what they should do to Chris or Billy while they're sleeping. The fresh air was crisp and wonderful, and I could feel shivers running through my body. Although the house was pretty warm, it was like a cold winter night in Alaska compared to the temperature of that basement. As I made my way through to the garage to get another Surge, I could see the sun starting to rise in the distance just over the trees as I looked through the window. I remember asking myself if it was Saturday or Sunday since time was no longer a concept to me. I opened the fridge door and peered in. I saw numerous different sodas and drinks the fridge, and I moved them all around. I couldn't find any more Surge and though "Damn, no more Surge. I guess I'll just have a Coke instead." I cracked it open and took a sip. It was a refreshing change, but I still longed for the taste of Surge on my lips. I imagined that Surge was the nectar of the Gods and that they would would only drink something this great.
I made my way back through the house to the basement. I opened the door and was blasted with the heat and that unforgettable stench. To this day, that room still has a faint smell to it that we just can't get rid of. As I sat back down, I remember looking at my empty can of Surge and thinking about how much I loved that soda. We were just about to start the next match on Boarding Action. I could feel my eyes getting heavy and I knew it wasn't much longer before I was out cold. I only lasted a couple minutes before I had fallen. I don't remember finishing the match, and could only imagine what messed up things were done to me as I lay comatose on that couch.
Surge brings back those memories for me. It makes me almost want to take out my old Xbox and throw a LAN party together!
Thank you Coca-Cola for bringing Surge back to us!!!
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