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What is a Caf-Pow drink?

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Caf-Pow is a fictional energy drink shown on the CBS television show NCIS. It is a golden fruit-flavored energy drink favored by the character Abby Sciuto due to its high caffeine content.

CBS sells merchandise branded with Caf-Pow's fictional logo, including cups, coasters and shirts. On the show, a caffeine-free version called No-Caf-Pow is also shown, primarily when the character Ms. Sciuto needs to consume less caffeine. The prop Caf-Pow cups used on the show contain either Hawaiian Punch or unsweetened cranberry juice; the switch to juice is due to the fact that the actress who portrays Abby Sciuto no longer consumes refined sugar.

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