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Caffiend: Java Monster Loca Moca

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Monster is one of the most popular energy drinks on the market. The brand offers a plethora of flavors, including coffee-flavored energy drinks like the Java Monster Loca Moca.

 Looks like: A big ol' can of whoop ass.

Smells like: Sugar-laden espresso.

Tastes like: Chocolate coffee with an extra sweet kick.

Caffeine and other contents: About 140 mg per 16 ounce can. That's 60 mg more caffeine than an 8 ounce Red Bull. The product is supposed to contain half the caffeine of a cup of coffee, but seems about the same.

Caffeine kick: Pretty intense. The rush is a combination caffeine/sugar rush that lasts a good hour or so after consumption. 

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