925 Energy Shot
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925 Energy Shot offers the following:
Full of Vitamins: B-6 (250% of Recommended Daily Allowance ("RDA"), B-12, B-3 (250% of RDA)
High in Anti-Oxidants. 925 contains Green Tea, Yerba Mate, and Ginseng.
Only 60 ml to drink
Only 6 Calories per bottle
No Carbs, Sugar Free
Drink 925 Hot or Cold
Very Portable, take it with you wherever you go
Black Cherry Taste
I was very pleasantly surprised when I found two cases of energy shots in the mail - both addressed from UK company Energy Beverages Worldwide. Inside, was a case of 925 Energy, and Player Aid.
Since both have very similar characteristics differing only in name and slight ingredient concentrations, I'll feature both.
Player Aid seems to market more to those who use energy shots for a kick to aid them during sports, and 925 definitely appeals more to the workers who need a boost to keep them going nine-to-five. Featuring green tea extracts, a proclaimed black-cherry flavor, and a good dose of caffeine, could these shots topple other competitors, and give us the boost we're looking for?
Claiming a black cherry flavor, as well as containing green tea extract and sucralose, both Player Aid and 925 feature a unique sugar-free taste that creates a somewhat bitter black cherry sensation. Compared to other shots like Mini Thin Rush, these shots taste delicious and are easily downed without any remorse from your taste buds. It is still an energy shot though - don't expect too amazing of a taste.
Both Player Aid and 925 Energy contain 120mg caffeine, yerba mate extract, ginseng extract, and a similar balance of amino acids and B-vitamins. The black-cherry flavor is accented by the use of sucralose as a sweetener, as well as green tea extract. In a 2oz/60ml bottle, other shots tend to have much higher caffeine concentrations, so this is a welcome change for some who aren't looking for as much of a bombshell in an energy shot.
Downing it all in one go, I began to feel the effects within 15 minutes. Coming on very strong, you can definitely feel the caffeine rush as it lifted my senses expediently. However, this shot doesn't provide an alarming rush like Jolt Endurance Shot as it has much less caffeine. Consuming this prior to a tough test at school, I became very focused, ending up with an A+, proving this shot definitely does the trick.
Both Player Aid and 925 Energy have become my favorite energy shot due to their great taste and stimulating effects. Highly recommended!
Reviewed by JD
Ingredients in 925 Energy ShotWater, N-acetyl, L-tyrosine, L-citrulline Malate, Glucuronolactone, Maltic Acid, Natural Flavours, Natural Chery Flavour, Caffeine, Inositol Hexaphosphate, Sucralose, Preservatives; E202, E211, Niacin, Niacinamide, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Green Tea (leaf) Extract, Yerba Mate (leaf) Extract, American Ginseng (root) Extract, D-calcium Pantothenate, Cyanocobalamin, Folic Acid And Vitamins (niacin, B-6, Pantothenic Acid, B-12, Folic Acid).
Is 925 Energy Shot high in caffeine?
925 Energy Shot contains 120 mg of caffeine in a 2 fl oz bottle.
This equates to 60.00 mg of caffeine for every fl oz and 202.88 mg for every 100 ml.