The makers of the energy drink "Cocaine" have announced that they will be changing the name in response to criticism and pressure from the FDA and state officials saying the name glamorized illegal drug use. So, appropriately, the new name will be "Censored," because it has the "same rebellious and fun spirit" as the old name.
The drink has over 1100 milligrams of caffeine, which puts it among the highest in its class. And of course, just like it's competition Red Bull, RockStar, and Monster, it will contain other energizing ingredients like taurine and gaurana.
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