Lost Five-O Energy + Juice

Lost Five-O Energy + Juice has been on the market for a little while, but after 30 hours of flying and sitting in airports coming back to east coast USA from New Zealand, I needed some serious jet lag medication.

I dragged myself up to the local 7-Eleven with a list of new energy drinks to try out for energyfiend, however, small town, USA 7-Eleven had none that were on my list.

My eyes were frantically searching the rows of drinks looking for a drink that we haven’t featured in one of our reviews when Lost Five-O caught my eye.

I paid the $2.59 and went to my car and cracked it open. The taste wasn’t bad but it tasted more like syrup than juice with the usual energy drink flavors coming through the orangish flavor.

Within 20 minutes of drinking the energy + juice concoction, I did feel more awake and this was after already having two cups of coffee earlier that morning.

When I got home and did some research on this product, I found out that Monster teamed up with Lost Enterprises ( extreme sports clothing/gear) to create this energy drink. Well, the creative team at Monster didn’t use to much creative energy in creating this drink because comparing ingredients showed that it was very similar to Monster Khaos.

Five-O has the same energy blend as Monster Khaos which is 1500mg. This means that Lost Five-O has 160mg of caffeine per 16oz can. There were just slight variations in other ingredients compared with Khaos. The juice blend was the same except Five-O has 50% juice while Khaos has 70%.

Five-O, in my opinion, was just too sweet. I think they could have done without the added artificial sweetener sucralose (splenda) which put it over the top and gave it the typical aftertaste.

Overall, my jet lag seems cured and my hands aren’t shaking while typing this article, but my mouth tastes funny and I couldn’t finish the whole can because of the sickening sweetness.

Drinks are reviewed by an independent drink reviewer and do not necessarily reflect the views or beliefs of this site.

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  • chris

    I could’ve sworn Monster Khaos had 50% juice as well…

  • Tramp

    the other “Lost” drink tastes exactly like the original monster. my guess is the only thing Lost Enterprises contributed were the eye-catching can designs.

  • chris

    Lost Cadillac is the same thing as Heavy metal Monster too, only in a 16oz instead of a BFC. I wish they would’ve made new flavors instead of just making new cans.

  • Adam

    I really can’t stand these drinks. pure shit in my opinion.

  • Ken

    Get it for a dollar around here =D

  • Chris

    the store big lots has them at $8 for a 12 pack, along with the regular lost drinks in the big cans for the same price. I usually drink on the same 24 oz can all day…. whereas other energy drinks i can drink like water.

  • This drink has New World Order written all over it.

    If any of you buy this drink read the first sentence on the back of the can. It reads: “For centuries cults and governments have used juice to subdue and conform the masses.” Why governments? Why cults? Is this energy drink company [MONSTER too] trying to tell us something?

    If you skip the rest of the sentences on the can. You can see the wide lettering that says: “THE TRUTH HURTS”. Right next to those words is a picture of the all seeing eye, a big symbol of the new world order that has a very dark meaning. Out of all of those little pictures on the can this one is the most signifcant. You might want to look it up yourself.

    Five-0 has always been refered to the police or police state. I have doubts that this is not a coincidence even though they are from hawaii.

    On the top of the can there are fences with barbed wire around them. I am thinking this must symbolize FEMA death camps in America.

    I have also found out how the MONSTER logo is 666.

    Go to infowars.com or type New World Order into google.

    There are meanings behind everything.

  • Nice review. We have all the Hype energy drinks available at enerealm.com. We also have the Hype shot glasses for those who are into mixology.

  • WTF Mang

    this is like wtf omg you guys still want to buy it… check out the all seeing eye on that shit the name… lost…. they are just laughing at you dumbasses

Last Modified: August 25, 2014