Pure Cofain 699 Energy Drink Review

pure-cofainSo I heard I was getting Pure Cofain energy drink in the post from Germany (Oh, how excited I was!).

It arrived in a crushed box (thanks DHL) and from then on everything else was perfect.

I opened the box and found 24 cans of Pure Cofain floating around, I think I might have cried with happiness. So I cracked the first can open and gave it a sniff, I couldn’t work out what it smelt like so I took the most important sip of any energy drink… the first.


I still don’t know what to say about the flavor I mean I like it, for some reason it reminds me of coffee and Coca-Cola mixed together. That’s about as close as I’ve ever got to describing it. That or it tastes like how coffee smells. I tried to work out what I was reading, but as everything on Pure Cofain 699 was all in German, I’m not to sure. All I can say is that the taste is a love or hate thing which is amusing as it’s the same color as Marmite.


Okay I’m going to be frank here I have no idea as it’s all in German, however, I can deduce that the 250ml can has 175mg of caffeine in it or 699mg per liter which is the reason for the 699 on the can. Apart from that I think its sugar free but that’s as far as I go.


Pure Cofain says in a nice white box on the front ‘ACHTUNG! STARK KOFFEINHALTIG’ or, (Attention! a lot of Caffeine). That’s correct it does have a lot of caffeine in it and I felt it. Okay I admit one can had a pretty good effect, but I was really a busy bee after 2 cans.

I didn’t feel the best I’ve ever felt, but it was great. I didn’t really experience a down side although about 12 hours later I became quite sleepy. Otherwise it’s a pretty solid kick from a little black can.


Pure Cofain 699 is a pretty solid drink, it’s simplistic can does the job. It’s a no frills drink, not like Relentless who have a graphics department the size of China. This drink is all about the drink it’s self and it’s pretty awesome. If you can find it, I recommend you try it. It’s something different and I reckon it would do great as a mixer.

Reviewed by Josh Nathan

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  • Man I love gettin some foreign drinks in the mail. love to get my hands on this one

  • Subway

    Wouldn’t recommend clicking that Marmite link. When I closed that site it started launching IE windows rapid-fire and crashed my browser.

  • ted

    I’ve checked double checked the link and it works fine for me and crashes nothing using firefox.

  • H.B.

    Got a free can of that stuff today, going to try and translate what the print on the back says:


    Carbon-acid containing caffeine refreshment.
    Heightens wakefulness, attention and concentration in a flash.

    Especially developed formula made up of herbal components.
    Can holds the caffeine content of about 3 cups of strong coffee or up to 3 energy-drink cans (250ml each).
    Natural, high quality caffeine: max. of 699mg per litre (1000ml)

    May cause nervousness and insomnia. Not suitable for pregnant women, nursing mothers, people with diabetes, children and youths ages below 16. If you have cirrhosis of the liver, heart problems, cardiac dysrhythmia, hypertonia, hyperthyroidism, anxiety disorder or if you are taking medication you may only drink CAFAIN 699 with permission from your doctor. Recommended daily dose: 1 can.

    Ingredients: Water, dextrose, saccharose, maltodextrin, fructose, carbon-acid, coffee extract, dye, caramel color, acidifier citric acid, acidity regulator trisodium citrate, guarana extract, stabilizer gum arabic, flavour

    100ml contain:
    Food energy: 249kJ / 59kcal
    Protein: < 0.1g
    Carbohydrate: 14.5g
    Fat: 0g

    Caffeine refreshment
    Heightened caffeine content (69.9mg/100ml)
    Pasteurised, store cool.
    Best before:
    See bottom of can


    That's about it, note that i do not claim this to be reliable, if you cause yourself any harm by taking this as accurate medical advice or otherwise that is your own fault.

Last Modified: August 28, 2014