Why are so many people switching to drinking soda pop when they wake up in the morning instead of coffee?

Why are so many people switching to drinking soda pop when they wake up in the morning instead of coffee?

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  1. Because they don’t have to go to the trouble of brewing it, and in some cases, like Mt. Dew, it has more caffeine. Open bottle, chug, instant caffeine high!

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  2. For some reason, last night I didn’t set up my coffee maker to brew automatically. Usually, I do this and then in the morning, I can reach over to my coffee maker, pour myself a cup of coffee, and drink it without having gotten out of bed.
    But anyway, for some reason I didn’t do this. I got out of bed, got dressed, and started walking to class. I walk by a Sheetz on the way there. Today, I got the urge to go inside and get a soda. A soda is more conveniently packaged than a cup of coffee, and it involves no work to produce, unlike coffee.
    I try not to drink soda too often, but I do this sometimes to get my caffeine kick if I don’t feel like making coffee. That’s why some people do it.

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  3. Actually, people have been switching more to coffee and tea and away from soda .
    Americans Are Putting Down the Soda Pop
    Why US soda consumption has fallen so dramatically
    More people are moving away from standard commercial coffee and drinking specialty roasted coffee like ours: libertycityroasters.com.

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  4. Not everyone likes coffee! I didn’t, until a few years ago.
    You get a much larger serving.
    When temperatures are high, hot coffee isn’t as satisfying as something cold.
    There’s still a caffeine kick.
    It’s sweetened to a level people are already comfortable with. When I get coffee, I don’t like it black. But most places put too much sugar in the coffee they serve. For instance, a Frappe from McDonald’s is very sweet and there’s nothing you can do to change it, because of they ingredients used to make it. It comes as sweet as a milkshake. Lattes are less sweet, although still sweeter than I prefer. Soda is just easier, since the sweetness level is what I already expect.
    Best wishes

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  5. Why are so many people switching to drinking soda pop when they wake up in the morning instead of coffee?
    Dan Guerra , you are so kind to ask.
    I don’t understand those people at all and will not pretend to understand what goes on in their minds. Not just people who switch; I don’t understand why anyone would want a cold drink when they wake up. I don’t drink soda water though, so that’s a big part of it with me. My roommate drinks cokes in the morning and has tried to explain that’s just what he’s always done. I don’t get it.
    We didn’t have sodas at home when I grew up, and I didn’t drink carbonated beverages regularly until I worked at Burger King when I was 16. I then drank sodas some until I was 40, and learned about the effect of my favorite soda (the big C) on my health. I went cold turkey. For the first 5 years I had a coke maybe once every month, but after that almost never. And certainly NEVER in the morning.
    So, I’ll talk about what I like. Coffee or a Typhoo / Earl Grey blend were my drug delivery systems of choice when I was younger and I alternated about every 6 months. Now mostly coffee, because I make kick-ass coffee. But I do like some teas. I buy a single estate Darjeeling online direct from the estate. It brews a decently flavored and strong cup. I also make my own chai spice just to my taste and add fresh ginger juice. My strict rule is “no caffeine after noon.”

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  6. For those people who don’t care for the taste of coffee and still want the effects of caffeine or not can drink soda. it’s not a great choice as coffee has antioxidant benefits.

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