Vault (also VAULT) is a carbonated beverage that was released by The Coca-Cola Company in June 2005. Coca-Cola is marketing Vault as a hybrid with the slogan "Drinks like a Soda, Kicks like an Energy Drink," as well as "The Taste. The Quench. The Kick." and "Get to It!" It is a citrus flavored beverage that contains many of the same ingredients as the Coca-Cola beverage Surge, which was discontinued in 2002. Due to Vault's similarity to Surge, representatives of Coca-Cola have given some credit for the release of Vault to SaveSurge.org, a website community dedicated to bringing Surge back to store shelves.
Coca-Cola representatives and the American Beverage Association state that Vault contains 47 mg of caffeine per 8 oz. serving, thus, 70.5 mg per 12 oz. can, and 117.5 mg per 20 oz. PET bottle. This amount is substantially higher than Surge's 52.5 mg per 12 oz. or Mountain Dew's 55 mg per 12 oz. (wikipedia.org)
This tiny can of sugary soda produced all kinds of craziness at our high school fall retreat. We had 3 girls (Tasha, Sarah and Erin) decide to stay up all night. Others acted in ways not “normal” to normal human civilization. Needless to say, we had a fabulous weekend filled with tons of fun.
This retreat was called “Adoration,” and the entire weekend was spent looking at biblical worship. On Friday night Tim Olson (our guest speaker and worship leader from the