Energy Drinks

Energy Drinks With the Most Caffeine

Some energy drinks have very high amounts of caffeine.

These energy drinks may pose a health risk when combined with large amounts of sugar. Research shows many negative impacts from large doses of caffeine and sugar.

We’ve searched our database of over 1,000 drinks to find the most caffeinated energy drinks, then rechecked with the manufacturer.

The list is ranked by the amount of caffeine in the can. Some cans are smaller meaning the caffeine is more highly concentrated.

Energy shots with the most caffeine

Here’s how the top energy shots rank. Shots are the most concentrated form of caffeine to be found.

Many are aimed at the workout supplement market.

Coffee with the most caffeine

Over the past decade, numerous high-caffeine coffee blends have hit the market (leading to a coffee “arms race”).

See our list of the most caffeinated coffees.

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However, energy drinks contain not just caffeine but many other ingredients (as well as high amounts of sugar). It is thought that the interactions between the various ingredients may contribute to health risks.

Recommendations for caffeine intake are up to 400 mg a day and no more than 200 mg in a single dose.

Daily caffeine intake should be no more than 3 mg per kg of body weight for teens and children.