National Carbonated Beverage With Caffeine Day

National Carbonated Beverage With Caffeine Day is a holiday that encourages people to try out their favorite caffeinated and carbonated beverages. For many, that might mean grabbing their favorite soda pop, but for others, it means selecting one of the many carbonated sparkling waters and seltzers that contain caffeine.

There are even alcoholic beverages that combine carbonation and caffeine in their mix. Regardless of how you observe this holiday, just be sure to do so responsibly because too much caffeine or sugar from sodas can be harmful to your health. Remember, everything should be in moderation. This holiday is observed on November 19th.

Facts About Caffeine And Carbonation

Since we’re celebrating National Carbonated Beverage With Caffeine Day and enjoying our favorite drinks, we thought we’d share some facts that we’ve learned about both caffeine and carbonation. Let’s take a quick peek at them before we talk about celebrating this holiday.

  • It takes approximately 30 to 60 minutes after consumption for caffeine to reach its peak levels in the blood.
  • Approximately 96% of beverage caffeine in the United States comes from coffee, tea, and soft drinks.
  • Once caffeine reaches a person’s stomach, it takes 15 to 20 minutes for the brain to feel its effects.
  • Carbonation results from dissolving carbon dioxide in a liquid.
  • The temperature of the beverage will determine the intensity of the carbonated beverage’s bubbles. The colder the beverage, the fizzier the drink will be (as long as it doesn’t freeze).

Observing National Carbonated Beverage With Caffeine Day

In the past, if a person wanted a carbonated and caffeinated beverage, they had very few choices. For the most part, they could only choose from popular sodas such as Dr. Pepper, Pepsi, or Coke. However, that has changed nowadays, and there are dozens of different drinks featuring the combination of carbonation and caffeine.

All a person has to do is choose the one they enjoy and drink it. While observing this holiday, be sure to use the hashtag #NationalCarbonatedBeverageWithCaffeineDay on your social media accounts.

When is it?
This year (2024)
November 19 Tuesday
Next year (2025)
November 19 Wednesday
Last year (2023)
November 19 Sunday
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