Troopfuel Energy Drink
Troopfuel Energy Drink is designed to not only energize the armed forces, but also support them.
Some of the proceeds from sales support veterans and their families.
I was sent a few samples of TroopFuel for review.
The Taste was Pretty Standard
The flavor of TroopFuel was pretty average. I really couldn't find anything to distinguish it from standard Monster, Rockstar, or many other similar tasting energy drinks.
It wasn't bad tasting, but it wasn't unique either.
I tried both the regular and sugar-free versions of TroopFuel. The sugar-free version is sweetened with ace-k and sucralose.
I Think the Troops are Sleeping
With less caffeine than a Mountain Dew, TroopFuel is a bit lacking in Energy.
It has other ingredients like Coenzyme Q10 and B vitamins, but these really have too subtle of effect to really quantify.
The drink is promoted as a healthier energy drink since it has less caffeine, but this statement is questionable since it contains high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors, and preservatives.
I like the concept of TroopFuel Energy Drink and its mission to help veterans, but the product needs refinement if they wish to compete and set themselves apart in a very competitive market.
Ingredients in TroopFuel Energy Drink
Coenzyme Q10, Milk Thistle, Folic Acid, B6, B12, Vitamin C, Glucuronolactone, Caffeine
Sugar content: 39 grams (per 12 ounces).Compare Sugar Content
TroopFuel Energy Drink contains 4.17 mgs of caffeine per fluid ounce (14.09mg/100 ml).
Caffeine (mg) per Ounce