Kids Sure to Steer Clear of Revolting Alcohol Product Doctors Deem ‘Dangerous’

Or, revolting-sounding, I should say, since I’ve yet to try Four Loko, the 12% alcohol booze-and-caffeine Sparks descendent the kids are calling Blackout in a Can and, in the wake of several underage alcohol-poisoning hospitalizations, doctors are calling a “dangerous” “recipe for disaster.” But now I kind of want to! Especially because Four Loko describes the effect of their neon drink, which comes in a variety of friendly, totally adult flavors like Fruit Punch and Blue Raspberry, as “comparable to having coffee after a meal with a couple glasses of wine.” Fortunately there’s a product locator right on their website.