E10 Energy Drink: e10 Energy Drink

by RMG Company LLC

This brand is no longer available

Product Type

Functional: Energy Drink: Regular


250 ml can

Nutritional Info

servings per container: 1;
serving size 8.4 fl oz;
calories 5;
total fat 0g;
total carbs 0g;
vitamin C 100%;
niacin 100%;
pantothenic acid 100%;
vitamin B12 400%;
vitamin B6 100%


carbonated water, citric acid, natural flavors, adaptogenic blend (panax ginseng root extract), maca (lepidium meyenil) root extract, schizandra chinensis berry extract, stragalus membraneus root extract), grape juice concentrate (color), sodium benzoate (preservative), ascorbic acid, wheat gluten peptones, sucralose (a non-nutritive sweetener), niacin, calcium pantothenate, cranberry juice concentrate, acesulfame potassium, taurine, pyridoxine hydrochloride, cyanocobalamin

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Review: e10 Energy Drink

Posted: Mar 30, 2005 at 12:00 AM (Last Updated: Mar 30, 2005 at 2:02 PM)
Although it fizzed evilly when we first poured the non-caffeinated, no sugar, no-carbohydrate, Sucralose-sweetened e10 into our tasting cup, this stuff wasn’t evil at all. Nor was it all that good. It’s great that it wasn’t overly sweet or overly bitter – a persistent problem with other energy drinks – but it tasted more like a diluted diet Fanta Grape than anything else, which is a flavor one can take or leave. That having been said, there wasn’t much to attract us to it. The can’s bright purple and red paint job isn't appealing and feels generic, and while many energy drink consumers might not want the extra sugar, we’re not sure how many of them want to go without the every-reliable lift-off from the caffeine – certainly not for something that tastes this blatantly artificial.