B 63 Energy Drink
- Caffeine level80 mg
- Caffeine strengthMODERATE
- Serving size
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.
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 DrinkWater, Sugar, Citric Acid, Carbon Dioxide, Taurine (1000mg), Sodium Citrate, Flavors, Caffeine (80mg), Color, Niacin, Panothenic Acid, B6, Riboflavin, B12
Sugar content: 27 grams (per 8.46 ounces).
Compared to Other Items
B 63 Energy Drink contains 9.46 milligrams of caffeine per fluid ounce (31.98 mg per 100 ml). A 8.46 fl oz can has a total of 80 milligrams of caffeine.