- Caffeine levelUnknown mg
- Caffeine strengthUnknown
- Serving size12 fl oz can
Unfortunately the manufacturers of Jones GABA have not disclosed the levels of caffeine in their product.
This drink contains GABA which is supposed to bring focus and clarity.
Jones Soda's have always been a personal favorite.
From their unique holiday sodas rumored to taste like a delicious slice of turkey to their most basic green apple, the Jones Company has long enjoyed a prime spot in the soda market.
Up until recently however, they had limited success with their energy drinks. Although Jones Energy was one of the original drinks I discovered with a more than usual caffeine kick.
However, with the follow up Big Ol' Can of Whoop Ass, Jones realized thinking within the box was only providing success in niche markets.
That being said, as of March 2009, Jones brings forth their prodigy child, Jones GABA.
Coming in four less than normal flavors, GABA can be found in Lemon-Honey Tea-Juice, Nectarine Tea-Juice, Grapefruit Tea-Juice, and Fuji Apple Tea-Juice. The entire drink is based off of a natural "brain-boosting" chemical called GABA. Although seemingly free of caffeine this GABA is supposed to relax, invigorate, and do whatever else you placebo yourself into believing, but the question really is, do we want relaxing, sedative-like chemicals in our drinks?
If anything, this drink left me too relaxed to want to finish this review. Good after a long day of work and stress, bad for getting anything productive done. You can decide if that's what you're looking for.
With the depression of caffeine withdrawals slowly nipping at my veins, I figured I'd evaluate this drink from a juice-soda-tea perspective. All the flavors except one lean almost entirely towards tea. The sole leader for taste is without a doubt, Fuji Apple. Taking a sip, one can barely taste the exotic pleasures of tea. The apple comes across distinctly candy-like, think green Jolly Ranchers. Though I'll be the first to admit some might find the drink too sweet for their liking.
As a common drink, I can find very little wrong with Jones GABA. But this site isn't dedicated to the common drink. This site finds the drinks people are scared to confront, the drinks that come with warning labels and toxic symbols.
Comparing Monster to Jones GABA is like, well, comparing Fuji Apples to Oranges. As an energy drink, this isn't what caf-fiends are looking for, unless of course coming down from an unpleasant stimulant high.
Review By: Josh
Ingredients in Jones GABAFiltered Water, Inverted Cane Sugar, White Grape Juice Concentrate, Natural Flavor, Citric Acid, Gamma-aminobutyric Acid (pharmagaba), Caramel Color, Ftc Natural Black Tea From Brewed Tea Leaves, Tea Polyphenols
SourcesOur Review and http://www.jonesgaba.com
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Last updated on 8 Aug 2013.