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EBOOST brings together vitamins, minerals and natural caffeine in its sleek 11.5oz energy drink

Eboost Super Fuel Energy Drink

With the surge in popularity in the energy drink category, we’re seeing newcomers and flavor extensions significantly more frequently than ever before, and we’re being introduced to products that have been around for a while but are only just popping up on our radar. EBOOST is one of those brands that we’ve recently stumbled across, and it makes a bit more than just a functional beverage; it also has a mainstream-level pre-workout named POW, the superfood formula Super Powder, and a BCAA-based amino called Rescue.

EBOOST’s energy drink is Super Fuel, which also has a stick pack alternative with a similar set of ingredients, dosages, and purpose, but it is in powder format and produced in single-serving stick packs. As for the Super Fuel beverage, it is carbonated and infused with ten essential vitamins and minerals, providing a great source of electrolytes and antioxidants. For that uplifting experience, it has the nootropic component tyrosine, theanine, and a moderate 110mg of natural caffeine from green coffee beans and green tea.

Eboost Super Fuel Energy Drink

The natural theme of caffeine does continue throughout the formula of EBOOST’s Super Fuel energy drink, as it is not made with any artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners. The brand relies on a bit of honey and the popular natural sweetener stevia in all four of its flavors with Blue Raspberry, Orange Mango, Strawberry Lemonade, and something a bit less traditional in Ginger Lime. There is some nutrition to the beverage, with carbohydrates ranging from 3 to 4g, 2g or less of that is sugar, and calories ranging between 10 and 15.

If you’d like to learn more about EBOOST, its selection of sports nutrition supplements, and its Super Fuel Energy Drink and Stick Packs, drop by its website and online store at Everything it has available can be purchased directly through there, including cases of its beverage at $32.99 in each of the four flavors or a variety pack with three of each. For those extra interested in the energy drink, there is a less cost-effective although convenient little sampler with a can of each flavor rather than a full 12-piece case at $14.99.