Food of the Seventies, Jolt Cola

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actually the correct slogan on jolt was: "all the sugar and twice the caffiene" and i bet jolt actually came onto the market in the "infancy of gen. x's" 1980s .....been there, done that, drank it. it was ahhh~ight! signing off for now, curly born 1974. [:=]
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Hacksaw - October 07, 2007 - Report this comment
When I quit drinking booze in the late 80's, my buddies and I would drink 3 or 4 cans of that and be jammed with energy. Made you more jittery than doing coke. Like the X2 cans that look like they should hold brake fluid.
Stewie - September 07, 2008 - Report this comment
Was Jolt really around in the 70's? I watched VH1's I Love The 80's: 1986 where they talked about Jolt cola so I wonder if it came out long before then? Anyway I would have loved to try this stuff. It must have been every parent's worst nightmare. And every kid's dream!
Rob Lambert - May 09, 2017 - Report this comment
Jolt Cola's roots go back to 1985, Rochester, New York. Surviving an early bankruptcy proceeding, Jolt held on, be it mostly northeastern U.S., until 2009. Jolt 25 was a lower-calorie variant, using Nutra Sweet. The bankruptcy involved the company's failure to meet an agreement with a vendor over purchase of empty, resealable cans.

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