List of energy drinks

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The following is a notable list of energy drinks, with a few coffee variants, and some soft drinks such as Coca-Cola, Mountain Dew, and Pepsi listed for comparison, and marked in a different color. The caffeine content in coffee and tea varies, depending on how the coffee beans were roasted, among other factors.

Energy drinks[edit]

Energy drink Caffeine (mg/litre) Caffeine
(mg/fl oz)
Caffeine per serving (quantity) Additional notes
5-hour Energy 3,504 104 200 mg (1.93 fl oz or 57.1 mL)
AMP Energy 298 8.93 71 mg (8 fl oz or 237 mL)[1]
AMP EnergyPowered by Mountain Dew (UK) 800 9.17 800 mg (1000mL) AMP Energy was released in the UK in mid-2013 under the Mountain Dew brand. It is only available in 500 ml cans at present and contains a higher caffeine content compared to Mountain Dew Energy and contains real sugar as is common with other UK soft drinks.
Bacchus-F 303 9.1 30 mg (3.38 fl oz or 100 mL)
Bang Energy 634 18.75 300 mg (16 fl oz or 473 mL) Bang Energy Drink's energy formulation is a combination of creatine, caffeine, amino acids (BCAAs), electrolytes, and B vitamins.[2]
Bawls 223 6.70 56 mg (8.45 fl oz or 250 mL)
Beaver Buzz 449 13.3 110 mg (8.3 fl oz or 245 ml) (values applicable to Citrus and Saskatoon Berry flavours only) Also contains 1,424 mg Taurine, 142 mg Guarana Seed Extract, 142 mg Panax Ginseng Root Extract, 8.7mh Vitamin B6, 2.5 mg Vitamin B2, 2.2 mg Calcium Di-Phosphate, 26mcg Vitamin B12, 3563 IU Vitamin A Palimate, and 14.5 IU Vitamin E per 355 ml (12 fl oz can)[3]
Blue Charge 300 8.87 300 mg (35.195 fl oz or 1000 mL)
Bomb Energy Drink 320 9.6 80 mg (8.45 fl oz r 250 ml) [4] Sold in 250 ml cans (8.45 fl oz). Also contains 1000 mg Taurine, 20 mg Niacinamide, 5 mg Vitamin B6, 4.8 ng Vitamin B12.
Burn 320 9.6 80 mg (8.3 fl oz or 250 ml)
C4 Energy 200 mg (16 fl oz or 473 mL) C4 Energy is sold in 12oz and 16oz cans that contain between 150-200mg caffeine and zero sugar, carbs, or calories per serving. Powered by CarnoSyn Beta-Alanine, BetaPower, and other key ingredients that support explosive energy, alertness, and performance, the C4 lineup is dominating the booming performance energy category across the country.
Club-Mate 200 5.95 100 mg (500 mL) Club-Mate has a relatively low sugar content of 5 g/100 ml, and low calories (20 kcal/100 ml of beverage) compared to other beverages such as Cola or most energy drinks.
Coca-Cola Blāk 194 5.75 46 mg (8 fl oz or 237 mL)[5]
Cocaine (drink) 1120 33.14 280 mg (8.45 fl oz or 250 mL)[6]
Crunk Energy Drink 422 12.5 100 mg (8 fl oz or 237 mL)[7]
Cupido Drink 0 250ml 8.5 fl oz Cupido Drink is a natural "soft energy juice" with herbal extract. The first production was done in 2010 in Italy for the town of Verona. The formula is 100% natural and doesn't contain sugar, taurine or caffeine, it is the only drink that contain 130% of fruit juice (30% more, from concentrated juice), it contain a mix of energizing herbal extract. www.cupidodrink.com
Dolfins Energy Drink 106 mg (12 fl oz or 355 ml) Dolfins Energy Drinks contain 20% coconut water. 8 different flavors available (peach, watermelon, cherry, grape, honey lemon, matcha, mango, pineapple).www.dolfinsenergy.com
DUKE Energy Drink 320 10.82 80mg (8.4 fl oz or 250ml) DUKE Energy Drinks are an All Natural energy drinks range with 0% Taurine, 0% Sodium, 63% less sugar than leading brands, 0% synthetic flavours or additives, only 100% Natural Caffeine used.
Emerge Stimulation Drink 300 8.87 75 mg per 250 ml can
Enviga 282 8.3 100 mg (12 fl oz or 355 mL)[8]
Epic Stimulant Drink 300 8.87 30 mg per 100 ml
Euro Shopper Energy Drink 320 9.6 80 mg (8.45 fl oz or 250 mL)
Full Throttle 304 9 72 mg (8 fl oz or 237 mL)[9] Fuze Adrenaline
G Fuel 1000mg 40 200
Gas Monkey Energy 338 10 160 mg (16 fl oz or 473 mL)
Glacéau VitaminEnergy 317 9.375 150 mg (16 fl oz or 473 mL)
Hell Energy 320 10.82 80 mg (8.4 fl oz or 250 mL)
Hype Energy 320 10.82 160 mg (16.9 fl oz or 500 mL)
Irn-Bru 32 320 9.47 32 mg (3.38 fl oz or 100 mL)[10]

80 mg (8.45 fl oz or 250 mL)

Jolt Cola 201 5.96 140 mg (23.5 fl oz or 695 mL)
Kore 400 11.83 100 mg (8.45 fl oz or 250 mL)[11]
Kickstart 90 mg (16 fl oz or 473 mL) Marketed as a breakfast drink.
Kruidvat Power Booster 320 9.6 80 mg (8.45 fl oz or 250 mL)[12]
Lift Plus
Lipovitan 500 14.79 50 mg (3.38 fl oz or 100mL)
Liquid X
Lucozade Sport with Caffeine Boost 160 4.73 16 mg (3.38 fl oz or 100 mL)[13]
Monster Regular (Green) 338 10 80 mg (8 fl oz or 240 ml) Sold in 8,12,16,24,32oz cans, 16 oz Can with two servings per can yields 160 mg caffeine. 32oz Called "B.F.C."
Mother 320 9.5 160 mg (500 mL)
Mountain Dew 146 4.5 36 mg (8 oz.) sold in 8,12,16,24 oz cans & 12,16,20,24,33.8,50.7,67.6 oz bottles
Mountain Dew Energy 180 5.32 90 mg (500mL) Released in the U.K. in July 2010 and in Ireland in early 2011 and now also available in Italy. Also available in Sugar-Free and Limited Edition 'Game Fuel' (Citrus & Raspberry) flavours.
Mountain Dew MDX 199 5.88 47 mg (8 fl oz or 237 mL)[14]
No Fear Energy
No Fear Extreme Energy (Europe)
NOS 338 10 80 mg (8 fl oz or 240 mL) Sold in 13.5, 16 and 22 oz containers that contain a total of 219, 260 and 357 mg of caffeine, respectively
Pepsi Max 194 5.75 46 mg (8 fl oz or 237 mL)[14][15]
69 mg (12 fl oz or 355 mL)
115 mg (20 fl oz or 591 mL)
Paper Boat
Pussy 320 9.46 80 mg (250 mL) Lychee and Grenadilla flavoured, with Guarana 530 mg, Siberian Ginseng 114 mg, Milk Thistle 286 mg, Gingko Biloba 109 mg, Schizandra 112 mg, Sarsaparilla 103 mg
Red Bull 325 9.625 77 mg (8 fl oz or 240 mL) 110 calories, 27 g Sugar, 28 g Carbohydrates, 1 g Protein, Vitamins B3= 100%, B5= 50%, B6= 250%, B12= 80%
Red Rooster 300 8.88 30 mg (3.38 fl oz or 100 mL)
75 mg (8.45 fl oz or 250 mL)
Relentless 321 9.64 160 mg (16.91 fl oz or 500 mL)
RELOAD 394 11.8 130 mg (11.16 fl oz or 330 mL)
Rip It 431 12.75 102 mg (8 fl oz or 240 mL)
Rockstar energy drink, original 338 10 80 mg (8 fl oz or 237 mL)[16]

160 mg (16 fl oz or 480 mL)

2,000 mg Taurine (16 fl oz or 480 mL)
Rowdy Energy 338 10 160 mg (16 fl oz or 480 mL)
Semtex 320 9.47 80 mg (8.5 fl oz or 250 mL)
Shark Energy 320 9.47 32 mg (3.38 fl oz or 100 mL)
Smang Energy 420 12.43 69 mg (14.12 fl oz or 420 mL) Formulated using patented liquid technology.
SoBe Adrenaline Rush 312 9.23 78 mg (8.45 fl oz or 250 mL) Sold in 250 mL cans.
Sparks (contains 6% ABV) 185[17] 5.44 87 mg (16 fl oz or 480 mL)[17]
Sting Energy Drink 250 7.39 82.5 mg (11.16 fl oz or 330 mL)
Street King (drink) 1200 35.71 300 mg (8.45 fl oz or 250 mL)
Tab Energy 304 9.0 72 mg (8 fl oz or 237 mL)[9]
Urge Intense 150 75
Uptime 400 11.83 142 mg (12 fl oz)
V (Australia, United Kingdom, New Zealand or Netherlands only) 287 8.61 31 mg (3.38 fl oz or 100 mL)[18]

78 mg (8.45 fl oz or 250 mL)[18]

V8 +Energy 338 10 80 mg (8 fl oz; 237 mL)
Vault 196 5.88 47 mg (8 fl oz or 237 mL)[19]

70.5 mg (12 fl oz 355 mL)
117.5 mg (20 fl oz or 591 mL)

Venom Energy 160 mg (6.9 fl oz or 500 mL) Sold in 16 fl oz (473 mL) bottles. Comes in 4 flavors and 1 energy shot.
XS Energy Drink 334 9.88 83 mg (8.45 fl oz or 250 mL) 8 Calories, 0 g Sugar, 0 g Carbohydrates, 1.5g Protein, Vitamins B3= 100%, B5= 100%, B6= 100%, B12= 4,900%, 12 Flavors
Xtra Power Energy Drink 250 9.00 75 mg (8.45 fl oz or 250 mL) 8 Calories, 0 g Sugar, 0 g Carbohydrates, 1.6g Protein, Vitamins B2, B3, B5, B5, B12, Tutti fruti Flavors, Taurine, Glucurunolactone
Verve 80 mg (245 mL) Regular 72 calories, 18 g sugar; Sugar-free 4 calories 1 g carbohydrates; Garcinia mangostana L. (rind and fruit), carmellia sinensis, Luo Han fruit, organic aloe very gel, Vitamin A 2500 IU, Vitamin C 300 mg, Vitamin D 1,000 IU, Vitamin E 60 IU, B6 5 mg, Folate 800 mcg, B12 15 mcg, Biotin 300 mcg

Comparison with other beverages[edit]

Espresso brewing
Black tea infusion
Drink Caffeine
(mg/L)
Caffeine
(mg/fl oz)
Mass
Coca-Cola Classic 100.05 2.875 23 mg (8 fl oz or 237 mL)[5]
Cola 95–130 2.8–3.9 34–46 mg (12 fl oz or 355 mL)
Cola (Diet) 110–141 3.25–4.16 39–50 mg (12 fl oz or 355 mL)
Coffee, brewed 230–580 (varies) 7–16 (varies) 56–128 mg (8 fl oz/237 mL/1 cup)
Coffee, instant 300–467 (varies) 9–14 (varies) 71–111 mg (8 fl oz/237 mL/1 cup)
Espresso 600–1700 (varies) 20–50 (varies) 36–102 mg (2 fl oz or 59.15 mL)
Dr Pepper (in the United Kingdom, United States, Holland, The Seychelles, Brunei, and Malta) 187 4.62 37 mg (8 fl oz or 237 mL)
55 mg (12 fl oz or 355 mL)
Pepsi 104 3.08 25 mg (8 fl oz or 237 mL)[14]
37 mg (12 fl oz or 355 mL)
Tea 169–211 (varies) 5–6.33 (varies) 40–50 mg (8 fl oz or 237 mL)

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References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Caffeine in BANG Energy Drink". www.caffeineinformer.com. Retrieved 2019-12-09.
  3. ^ "Beaver Buzz Nutritional Information" (PDF). GOOD4U Drinks Co. 2011-03-19. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-04-02. Retrieved 2012-08-30.
  4. ^ "Bomb Energy Drink Information". Bomb Energy Drink. 2015-04-12. Archived from the original on 2015-04-02. Retrieved 2015-04-12.
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  6. ^ "Cocaine Energy Drink – FDA Compliance". Redux Beverages, LLC. 2008-02-13. Archived from the original on 2008-02-18. Retrieved 2008-03-18.
  7. ^ "Nutrition Facts". crunkenergydrink.com. Archived from the original (GIF) on 2011-07-19. Retrieved 2008-03-20.
  8. ^ "Enviga Caffeine". The Coca-Cola Company. Retrieved 2008-03-31.
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  10. ^ "FAQ – How much caffeine is included in this drink?". A.G. Barr. 2006-11-17. Archived from the original on November 19, 2009. Retrieved 2008-03-21.
  11. ^ "GNC Kore Energy Drink". General Nutrition Centers, Inc. Archived from the original on 2008-05-02. Retrieved 2008-03-14.
  12. ^ "Kruidvat Power Booster". A.S. Watson (Health & Beauty Continental Europe) BV. Archived from the original on 2012-03-14. Retrieved 2011-06-10.
  13. ^ "Lucozade sport with Caffeine Boost". GlaxoSmithKline. Retrieved 2008-03-12.[dead link]
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  16. ^ "Original Rockstar". Rockstar Energy Drink. Archived from the original on 2007-11-03. Retrieved 2008-03-12.
  17. ^ a b "Sparks Frequently Asked Questions". 2008-02-29. Archived from the original on 2008-04-07. Retrieved 2008-03-04.
  18. ^ a b "About V". Frucor Beverages, Ltd. Archived from the original on 2008-02-28. Retrieved 2008-03-04.
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