Energy Supply Company is a subscription box that sends you an assortment of premium energy drinks every month.
Each box will feature an assortment of drinks — 6 in all — carefully chosen by expert tasters. You can expect to receive various flavors from around the world, including unique and often hard to find brands. Info cards for each can/brand will also be included, along with special promotional items, deals, and more.
Subscriptions are $19.99/month plus $4.99 shipping, or less with multi-month commitments. For a limited time, you can get your first box FREE (just pay $4.99 shipping) with coupon code “FREEBOX2LRB“!
Let’s see what’s in the March 2016 Energy Supply Company box!
March’s Energy Supply Co. box featured drinks from Arizona, Illinois, Ohio, and Connecticut. It included some established brands, as well as some more emerging ones.
A 2-sided info card included full color photos and descriptions for each of the six drinks.
Bawls Guarana – Original Ohio – Introduced back in 1997, Bawls Guarana is pretty old school (as far as energy drinks go). It features a unique flavor derived from the guarana berry that’s described as a mix of citrus and cream soda. [Stats: 186 calories, 52g sugar, 102mg caffeine]
Bawls Guarana – Root Beer Ohio – This is much like the Original Bawls, but root beer flavored. According to the info card, most traditional root beer doesn’t contain any caffeine. I had no idea. Of course, I’ve never really liked root beer, so it makes sense that I didn’t notice. But still… An interesting tidbit. [Stats: 220 calories, 56g sugars, 102mg caffeine]
Da Vinci Illinois – A product of Dr. Tim Morthland, a physician and founder of Morthland College, this drink is said to “excite better thinking and boost cognitive function”. That’s quite a claim. Even if it doesn’t live up to that, you’ll still enjoy its blue raspberry flavor with a “menthol overtone and minimal aftertaste”. [Stats: 120 calories, 30g sugar, 90mg caffeine]
Socko – Original Arizona – When I first saw the name, I immediately hoped this was an energy drink founded or endorsed by the great Mick Foley. But alas, it is not. It does, however, claim to be “fuel for REAL people” — something that could totally apply to Mr. Foley. While it used to be made with high fructose corn syrup, it now features 100% cane sugar. [Stats: 260 calories, 61g sugars, 200mg caffeine]
Socko – Slim Arizona – All the flavor and caffeine of the Original Socko, but with zero grams of sugar and just 10 calories. [Stats: 10 calories, 0g sugars, 200mg caffeine]
Energa Connecticut – The info card describes this as a great choice for fans of Red Bull and other traditionally flavored energy drinks. There’s no caffeine level/amount listed and I wasn’t able to find it on their website, so… Proceed with caution? [Stats: 110 calories, 27g sugar, ??? caffeine]
Stickers – To show your energy drink pride.
Energy Supply Company continues to deliver a unique assortment of interesting energy drinks to the caffeine-craving masses! Don’t forget — you can get your first box FREE (just pay $4.99 shipping) with coupon code “FREEBOX2LRB“!
March 2016 Energy Supply Company Review
Reviewing this month’s box taught me that traditional root beer doesn’t contain caffeine and also reminded me of the awesomeness that is Mick Foley. Thanks, Energy Supply Co.! 😉
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.