G FUEL Unstable Portal Fluid collector's boxes available while supplies last.

License Global

September 6, 2022

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Unstable Portal Fluid.
Unstable Portal Fluid.G FUEL

G FUEL has teamed up with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Adult Swim to release a new “Rick and Morty”-inspired G FUEL flavor: Unstable Portal Fluid. G FUEL’s Unstable Portal Fluid is a sweet and sour Strawberry Limeade blend. Unstable Portal Fluid tubs and collector's boxes are available for pre-order at GFUEL.com.  

Inside the new G FUEL Unstable Portal Fluid collector's box is a 40-serving tub featuring a full cast of characters from “Rick and Morty” and a 16-oz. shaker cup with the duo escaping via portal into their next adventure. 

G FUEL Unstable Portal Fluid is sugar-free and contains antioxidants from 18 fruit extracts. Each serving has 15 calories and contains 140 mg of caffeine plus proprietary energy and focus-enhancing complexes. 

"No one will ever match the creative genius of Rick Sanchez, and you might not be able to travel through our Portals, but the flavor scientists at G FUEL have created a wild taste adventure to celebrate ‘Rick and Morty’ as it kicks off its sixth season," says Cliff Morgan, founder and chief executive officer, G FUEL. 

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