Exto Energy Drink

Caffeine Levels

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Unfortunately the manufacturers of Exto Energy Drink are not willing to disclose the levels of caffeine in their product.

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ude, what the heck is this Exto Energy Drink. It looks like a bad Mexican version of 90210 or some other teenage soap opera. Why in the world would they bother making an energy drink like that. I have no idea what young person would prefer a bunch of posers hanging out trying to look tough.

Given that the drink is aimed at the Latino audience, I asked some of my Hispanic friends if they would buy this. "Hell no!" was the unanimous answer.

Exto Energy Drink tastes like a mix of guarana, mint, and anise. Surprisingly the flavor is pretty smooth, but not very quenching or satisfying. I will say that at least it’s not another Red Bull Clone.

Exto Energy Drink is another one of those beverages that just didn’t do much for me. I felt like a waste after drinking the whole 16 ounces and getting barely a bump on my energy level. What I did get was a bad case of the jitters that left me in a bad way.

240 calories later I looked at the label disappointed that the fructose, citric acid, guarana, caffeine, Vitamin E, and B Vitamins had done very little for my energy or mood.

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Update: Exto Energy Drink has been Discontinued.

DISCONTINUED It appears this product is no longer available.

Ingredients in Exto Energy Drink

Sugar content: 60 grams (per 16 ounces).

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