Bliss Energy Drink: Bliss Energy Drink Low Carb

by Bliss Group, Inc.

Product Type

Functional: Energy Drink: Regular


8.4 oz can (250 ml)

Nutritional Info

Serving size: 1 can;
Amount per serving: Calories: 26;
Total carbs: 5g;
Sugars: 4g;
Protein: 1g;
Taurine: 1000mg;
Niacin B3: 100%;
Riboflavin B2: 150%;
Vitamin B6: 250%;
Vitamin B12: 80%;
Vitamin B5: 50%;
Vitamin C: 160%


Carbonated water; acesulfame potassium, sucralose, natural sweetener, citric acid, tuarine, potassium citrate, glucuronolactone, natural and artificial flavor, ascorbic acid, caramel color, potassium benzoate and potassium sorbate (preservative), caffeine, inositol, niacin (B3), d-calcium pantothenate (B5), pyridoxine hydrochloride (B6), riboflavin (B2), cyanocobalamin (B12)

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Review: Bliss Energy Drink Low Carb

Posted: Mar 22, 2005 at 12:00 AM (Last Updated: May 03, 2005 at 11:35 AM)
Bliss isn’t a terrible entrant into the energy drink category. Its 8.4 oz cans have a simple, orange-and-brown earth tone sun, on an orange background, highlighted by pleasant blue lettering with the words “Bliss Energy Drink.” Bliss is not too syrupy or sweet – it might even be called “crisp” – but it has an unpleasantly sour aftertaste reminiscent of concentrated apple juice. The product is one only a few mid-calorie energy drinks. Bliss uses an ace-k/sucralose combo to acheive this effect. In the cup, Bliss is pretty ugly – it looks like a carbonated medicine – but if it truly does manage to “increase libido,” (one of its stated design functions) we imagine there will be a lot of people drinking it. If not – and it probably is a long shot, although we’re happy to get back to you later with the results – it’s probably yet another short-term Red Bull clone.