Caffeine in Drinks

B 63 Energy Drink

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B 63 Energy drink is produced in Switzerland, but is being marketed around the world. I was recently sent some samples of B 63 to try out. I'm always interested in European drinks that try to compete in the USA market. Will B 63 be able to do what Red Bull did?

They Won't Do It With Flavor

I think from the smell alone, I knew what B 63 was going to be. After the first sip, I confirmed my initial response. B 63 Energy Drink is pretty much the same as 50 other energy drinks out there. Their website says feel the difference, but I can't feel, taste, or smell any difference at all. There was nothing that set B 63 Energy Drink apart from the others in its category. They do have a cranberry flavor, so that one may set it apart slightly.

The Energy Wasn't Redeeming Either

Same taste, same energy. Just the standard amount of caffeine and other energy ingredients. So, same effects as a Red Bull or half a Monster. I think B 63 Energy Drink will have to do some work if they expect to compete in the USA market. They really need to set themselves apart in a saturated industry, which they haven't achieved with this version of B 63.

Ingredients in B 63 Energy Drink

Water, Sugar, Citric Acid, Carbon Dioxide, Taurine (1000mg), Sodium Citrate, Flavors, Caffeine (80mg), Color, Niacin, Panothenic Acid, B6, Riboflavin, B12

Includes 27 grams of sugar (per 8.46 ounces) for a total of 0 calories.

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Is B 63 Energy Drink high in caffeine?

B 63 Energy Drink contains 9.46 mg of caffeine per fl oz (31.98 mg per 100 ml). A 8.46 fl oz can has a total of 80 mg of caffeine.

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