A Shoc Energy Passion Fruit
One day, I will wake up and be so full of energy, communities will build a hamster wheel for me to run. That wheel will power hundreds of houses and it will be glorious. Until that day comes, I will supplement my energy with caffeine from coffee or energy drinks.
Some of these energy drinks make me feel like a force of nature, a storm from the heavens with quakes that cause the earth to separate and tremble. Today I’m trying one that models itself from that concept, A Shoc Energy Passion Fruit.
This energy drink appears to be on the healthier end of the spectrum, as far as healthy energy drinks go. I would still say to keep the intake to one a day and to avoid it entirely if you’re pregnant, nursing, and/or have medical conditions that are worsened by taking on caffeine.
With all of that said, will A Shoc Energy Passion Fruit really make you a freak of nature? Will it make you a true outlier among the other mortals? Let’s try one and find out.
The granular details of A Shoc Energy Passion Fruit point to it being healthy, all things considered. In a 16-ounce serving, you’re getting 10 calories, 0g total fat, 210mg sodium, 1g total carbohydrate, 0g total sugar, and 0g protein. The energy blend has 200mg of natural caffeine coming from green coffee beans, coffee fruit, guarana seed, and yerba mate. It also contains 102mg of potassium, 10mg of niacin,1.7mg of vitamin B6, 2.4 mcg of vitamin B12, and 21mg of magnesium.
The next item to discuss is that this product is NSFCertified Sport. This means it is viable for athletes, and will not have supplements or ingredients that would jeopardize performance requirements. If you’re a cautious athlete looking for a caffeine boost but not looking to get hit with the USADA (United States Anti-Doping Agency) suspension, this has been cleared by the regulatory board!
Am I A Man of Magnitude?
Of course, I am. Next question. How do I feel when drinking an A Shoc Energy Passion Fruit? There’s definitely a kick to it and it feels like I’m getting ready to hit some higher RPMs!
The taste, however, is short-lived. It carries alright, but once you finish your sip it is almost chalky and burning, leading to a case of cotton mouth. Once that’s over, you’re left with the sweetener flavor which isn’t bad, but where is the passion of the passion fruit?
I’d be lying if I said this was something that can cause aftershocks, and I don’t make it a habit to lie. I’d give this one a 6/10 and wouldn’t revisit it. I’m glad to see that this drink takes itself seriously for athletes that are tested. However, in the library of A Shoc flavors, I would advise skipping this one.
RELATED: We Tried A Shoc Energy Fruit Punch
Have you tried A Shoc Energy Passion Fruit?
We hope you enjoyed our review of A Shoc Energy Passion Fruit. Do you agree with our review? Let us know on social media!