Sun Drop Caffeine Content

Caffeine in Sun Drop Soda

Sun Drop soda contains 64 mg of caffeine in a 12 fl. oz. serving size. It is partly popular for its high caffeine content for a soft drink. Sun Drop is often compared to Mountain Dew because both are name-brand caffeinated citrus sodas. Mountain Dew contains 10 mg less caffeine (54 mg per 12 fl oz) than Sun Drop. The caffeine level in Sun Drop is considered moderate.

The table below reflects the caffeine in Sun Drop for its common serving sizes. We also included relevant nutrition data for each size.

Serving SizeCaffeineCaloriesTotal FatSodiumTotal CarbsTotal Sugars*Protein
7.5 fl. oz.40mg1100g35mg28g28g0g
8 fl. oz.43mg1200g35mg31g30g0g
12 fl. oz.64mg1700g55mg46g45g0g
16 fl. oz.85mg2300g70mg61g60g0g
16.9 fl. oz.90mg2500g75mg63g63g0g
20 fl. oz. 106mg2900g90mg76g75g0g
*All sugar is added sugar.

Sun Drop Ingredients

Caffeine is an added ingredient in this soda similar to other soft drinks that contain caffeine. The ingredients below reflect caffeine as an ingredient in b.

Carbonated Water, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Citric Acid, Orange Juice Concentrate, Sodium Benzoate, Caffeine, Natural Flavors, Acacia Gum, Yellow 5, Ester Gum, Brominated Vegetable Oil.

Caffeine: Sun Drop vs Other Beverages

Here is a comparison of the caffeine in Sun Drop versus other popular beverages. The caffeine in Sun Drop is high for a soda. However, it has much less caffeine than a typical coffee or energy drink.

BeverageServing SizeCaffeine
Sun Drop12 fl. oz.64mg
Mountain Dew 12 fl. oz.54mg
Coca-Cola12 fl. oz.34mg
Pepsi 12 fl. oz. 38mg
Sprite 12 fl. oz. 0mg
7 Up12 fl. oz.0mg
Fresca12 fl. oz.0mg
Dr Pepper12 fl. oz.42mg
Red Bull 12 fl. oz. 114mg
Monster Energy12 fl. oz.120mg
Coffee 12 fl. oz. 144mg*

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