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The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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BUBBL’R Waters Provide Caffeinated Energy Boosts to Students

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Gabi Marmet
Michelle Elliot ’25 drinking the BUBBL’R flavor Pitaya Berry Nect’r

Many believe in love at first sight, but do you believe in love at first sip? If you don’t already, after trying the new sensational caffeinated drink, you may. Bubbl’r sparkling water has become one of the most consumed caffeinated beverages seen around the school recently. However, there is often a debate about which is better for the much-needed energy on a Monday morning, Celsius, or Bubbl’r. “Celsius tastes better,” says Reese Aafedt ‘27. If given the choice, Aafedt would choose a Celsius over a Bubbl’r because of the many different flavors, but Kyra Sharma ‘25, disagrees, arguing that Bubbl’rs taste better.

A lot of people have turned to Bubbl’r because of the lower caffeine levels, especially after the lawsuits fired against Celsius early last spring. Those who have proof of purchasing a Celsius before the lawsuits were fired can submit a claim and may receive up to $250 because of the unhealthy ingredients and incredible amount of caffeine. Not only were lawsuits fired, but the National Collegiate Athletic Association, (NCAA) has banned Celsius due to the illegal stimulants in the drinks. The amount of caffeine in a single can of Celsius, is equal to five cups of coffee, while a can of Bubbl’r gives the consumer a healthier energy boost, and about the same amount of caffeine as that of a single cup of coffee. Often, the ease of buying a canned caffeinated drink and having them on hand for days where an energy boost is necessary, is what benefits students the most overall. Next time you need an energy boost on those Monday mornings, try a Bubbl’r and see if you believe in love at first sip.

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Gabby Geer, Staff Writer
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Gabi Marmet, Managing Editor
Hi! My name is Gabriella, or Gabi, and I am a Junior. This will be my third year in writing for the paper and my third semester on the Spectrum editorial team. This semester I am the Managing Editor and editing the In-Depth pages. In the past, I was an editor for Arts and Culture as well as Food. I am so excited to be a Co-Managing Editor and can't wait to improve my journalism skills! I am a competitive dancer and play ultimate frisbee, tennis, and soccer. In my free time, I love to spend time with my family and friends. I also have a dog named Lila who is an Australian Labradoodle!

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