Caffeine in Drinks

Cojones Energy Shot

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Cojones (ko-hon-az) Energy Shot is an energy shot that is playing on the spanish word, cojones, which means balls or more specifically, testicles. With slogans such as "get a pair today" and "balls to the wall" printed on the bottles, drinking one might not produce a desirable mental picture. Cojones Energy comes in two versions; a mixed berry flavored regular shot and a cinnamon apple flavored "grandes" xtra strength shot. I was sent some samples to try out.

Cojones Energy Review


Mixed Berry- This version had a light berry flavor and was just slightly tart. It wasn't syrupy like many shots are and it had just a slight artificial sweetener aftertaste. Cinnamon Apple - This is a unique tasting energy shot. Kind of like cinnamon hearts disolved into water. Not bad.

Effect /Verdict

Both the standard version and the xrta strength version have the same amount of caffeine. The extra strength version has slightly more of the "other" energy ingredients. I didn't really feel much difference among the two. They both seemed to provide about four hours of energy with little to no crash. I think in the end it's a matter of which flavor is preferred. Overall, Cojones energy shots deliver and the bottles are a clever way to make the male anatomy drinkable.

Ingredients in Cojones Energy Shot

Niacin, B6, Folic Acid, B12, Sodium, Taurine, Malic Acid, Caffeine, Glucoronolactone, N-acetyl, L Tyrosine, L-phenylalanine, Amylase, Protease, Lipase, Cellulase, Lactase

Is Cojones Energy Shot high in caffeine?

Cojones Energy Shot contains 62.50 mg of caffeine per fl oz (211.34 mg per 100 ml). A 2 fl oz bottle has a total of 125 mg of caffeine.

Total Caffeine (mg)

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