6 Hour Power Review

6-hour-powerHow do you get around strict caffeine content beverage laws?

Well, you call the product a dietary supplement and your sweet as to put as much caffeine in it as you want.

6 Hour Power is one of the many energy shots to be making their debut in the Southern Hemisphere and thanks to labeling laws they are required to disclose their caffeine content so that mystery is here by solved!

So is 6hr worth the $3.50 price tag and will it be the answer for all the caffeine junkies in New Zealand and Australia who struggle to get their daily fix?

Taste

I sampled the orange flavored 6hr and when I open the 60ml bottle, I was pleasantly surprised by the nice orange flavor. A lot of the shots that I’ve tried are like syrup and overdosed with sucralose. Not 6hr Power as it seemed just right. Now I hate artificial sweeteners, but with it only being 60ml it’s doable.

Ingredients

Along with 125mg of caffeine 6hr has the usual suspects, but with an added enzyme blend of amylase, protease, lipase, and lactase. This shot is sweetened with aspartame.

Energy

Now I’m just an “Up and Comer” according to Dusty’s Addiction Diagnosis Quiz, so I’m actually buzzing as I type…… I downed 6 hour power after already having two cups of coffee. Gee I feel good and I hope it lasts for six hours like the bottle promises.

Verdict

Good on 6 Hour Power for having the initiative to jump in the energy product market in the Southern Hemisphere because it’s ripe for the picking so to speak.  If you’re looking for a no Calorie pick-me-up and don’t mind spending over $3 for 60ml then give 6 hour Power a go.

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  • Tim

    Man, I love Australia and New Zealand for how liberal and secular they are, but one downside of a really liberal government is huge bureaucratic regulations on stuff like this. It’s awesome that energy companies are getting around the rules, serving fine caffeinated goods to the land down under.

Last Modified: July 21, 2014