Most of us Mainers wouldn’t make it past the first gulp, but did this guy?

The Maine beverage that belongs on "The Island Of Misfit Snacks" gets some new victims to sample the pain, or in some cases, pleasure.

maximus4life is a YouTuber who likes to make videos of himself chugging 2-liter bottles of soda, but he may have met his match this time.

Pouring a 2-liter bottle of Moxie into what appears to be a giant cowboy boot glass, he gives it a go.

I always love watching people sample the most controversial soft drink of all time, Maine’s own Moxie. Folks all over the globe have dared to sample this polarizing treat with mixed reviews across the board. Much like our political divide, the results seem to be split right down the middle. You either love it or hate it. That’s why it is always entertaining to watch someone take a gulp for the first time.

We have rounded up a fresh new batch of videos of people doing their very own taste test. If you have never had the courage to sample it, maybe these testimonials will inspire you. Just try sipping it first!

Meredith Steele, who goes by babiesofsteele on TikTok, has an impressive 788,000 followers, and her videos have a combined 21.7 million likes, so she really knows how to post some fun content.

She recently decided to see if she could chug an entire bottle of Maine's most famous soft drink, without burping. Not an easy task. Meredith rated the experience a 0 out of 10. I can barely take one sip of that hideous drink, let alone consume 20 ounces of it. Take a look for yourself to see if she succeeded.

If you need a refresher, Moxie is a soda that is among the first mass-produced soft drinks in the United States. It was created in 1876 by Augustin Thompson, who hailed from Union, Maine. A sweet drink with a rather funky aftertaste, Moxie is flavored with gentian root extract, which gives it that delightful kick in the shorts that kind of tastes like a medicinal version of Dr. Pepper. Moxie was designated the official soft drink of Maine on May 10, 2005.

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