OK Energy Drink
- Caffeine Amount80 mg
- Caffeine strengthMODERATE
- Serving size
Ok Energy Drink is a Swiss brand that was launched in America. It is the second highest selling energy drink in Switzerland behind Red Bull, but is much cheaper. Those who have tried it, describe it as similar to the taste of many classic favored energy drinks. The drink is available in a sugar free version as well an Exotic flavor.
OK Energy Drink Review (NOTE: Old formulation)
We were recently sent a few cans of OK to try out. I agree with others who said that OK is similar to classic flavored energy drinks i.e. Red Bull. The flavor is pretty much identical, but OK Energy Drink is a tad sweeter. OK has 66 grams of sugar per 16.9 ounces and Red Bull has 54 grams of sugar per 16.9 ounces. The sugar-free variety is also pretty similar to sugar-free RB and has the same artificial sweetener profile (ace-k and aspartame).
There's nothing unique in the energy ingredients profile of OK energy drink that makes it stand out either.
OK Energy Drink contains the typical energy drink ingredients; caffeine, B vitamins, sugar, and amino acids. It will provide the same lift as RB does per volume. The real advantage of OK Energy Drink is the value. For those that love RB, but want a much more affordable product, then OK could be just what those people are looking for.
In Europe, Ok makes a whole line of products from energy drinks, other beverages, and snacks to mobile phone service and credit cards.
Ingredients in OK Energy DrinkWater, Sugar, Glucose, Acidulants: Citric Acid, Carbonic Acid, Taurine (0.4%), Acidity Regulator: Sodium Citrate, Caffeine (0.032%), Glucuronolactone (0.024%), Inositol, Vitamins (niacin, Pantothenic Acid, B6, B12), Aroma , Colorings (caramel, Riboflavin).
Includes 27.5 grams of sugar (per 8.45 ounces) for a total of 113 calories.
Compared to Other Items
OK Energy Drink contains 9.47 mg of caffeine per fl oz (32.01 mg per 100 ml). A 8.45 fl oz can has a total of 80 mg of caffeine.
Total Caffeine (mg)
Other references. Last updated on 4 Mar 2021.
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