Hydra Blast is a pre-workout from South African supplement company TNT Mercury, which has been around for several years and is widely available in its local market. It features some full dosages such as 6g of citrulline malate, 4g of beta-alanine, and a good amount for energy and focus, but for 2021, the brand has decided to do something a bit different with Hydra Blast.
TNT Mercury has created a new way to enjoy its long-running Hydra Blast, introducing the Hydra Blast energy drink. The formula isn’t as packed out as the original pre-workout powder; however, it certainly packs a lot more than your typical energy drink. The product is built to support energy, focus, pumps, and performance, all in the convenience of an energy drink.
TNT Mercury’s Hydra Blast beverage features 3g of citrulline malate, 2g of beta-alanine, 250mg of AGmass agmatine, and half a gram of taurine for pumps and performance. Then, for energy and focus, you get 150mg of ginseng, 250mg of n-acetyl-l-tyrosine, 300mg of alpha-GPC, and of course, a reasonable amount of caffeine at 187.5mg per can.
Fans of the regular powder version of Hydra Blast will recognize some of those ingredients, although the dosages aren’t as high, which tends to happen in beverage spin-offs. There is actually one other feature in the drink and has been carried over from the original with BCAAs to support muscle recovery and repair, but at 2g per can instead of 4g in the regular pre-workout.
TNT Mercury’s all-new energy drink spin-off of Hydra Blast will be hitting stores in the coming weeks in South Africa in large 440ml cans with only 11 calories. The product is starting its run in the market with two tastes on the menu in Cherry-Berry and Watermelon Bubblegum, and a third expected to be joining those first two somewhere in the month of June.