Comparisons of Surge have been made to a more recent Coca-Cola product, Vault, which was first released in 2005—around four years after the discontinuation of Surge. Since then, Vault has also been discontinued as of December 2011. The two drinks are noted to have had similar ingredients and taste, although Vault contained higher levels of caffeine at 70.5mg per 12 fl. oz serving and contained artificial flavors in its recipe. The caffeine content of Surge was comparable to that of other citrus soft drinks in the American market during its time at 51mg per 12 fl. oz serving.
Below is a listing of the ingredients of Surge, per the label on the canned and bottled versions, as well as the ingredient listings from both a Surge fountain syrup box, and a Surge Frozen Carbonated Beverage box. All three differ slightly, however more information regarding the Surge formulation can be gleaned from both syrup variations, as they were to be mixed using a ratio of 4.4 parts cold, carbonated water to 1 part syrup.
|Surge Can/Bottle||Surge Fountain Syrup||Surge FCB Syrup|
|Carbonated Water||High Fructose Corn Syrup and/or Sucrose||High Fructose Corn Syrup and/or Sucrose|
|High Fructose Corn Syrup and/or Sucrose||Water||Water|
|Citric Acid||Citric Acid||Citric Acid|
|Natural Flavors||Natural Flavors||Natural Flavors|
|Concentrated Orange juice||Concentrated Orange Juice||Concentrated Orange Juice|
|Potassium Benzoate||Potassium Benzoate||Yucca Extract|
|EDTA and Erythorbic Acid||EDTA and Erythorbic Acid||Quillaia|
|Potassium Citrate||Potassium Citrate||Potassium Benzoate|
|Caffeine||Caffeine||EDTA and Erythorbic Acid|
|Yellow #5||Yellow #5||Potassium Citrate|
|Yellow #6||Yellow #6||Caffeine|
|Carob Bean Gum||Carob Bean Gum||Yellow #5|
|Blue #1||Blue #1||Yellow #6|
|Carob Bean Gum|
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