Discover Energy Drink Flavors

Discover Teacher Power’s Simple Energy Drink Flavors

Halfway through a long drive, most people have to stop at a gas station. Not only must the vehicle be fueled, but the driver has to do something about their bleary eyes. My family and I love road trips. Over the years, we’ve stopped at hundreds of gas stations.

When I have an exceptional need for a pick me up to continue the day’s drive, I often head to the beverage section to peruse the large variety of energy drink flavors. I find the vast number of energy drink brands and flavors to choose from overwhelming. Red Bull, Rock Star, Monster, Redline, NOS, 5-hour energy, etc. all come in a multitude of flavors. Even V8 has an energy choice, and regular soda companies now have energy drink options with extreme sports labeling.

Common Energy Sources in Energy Drinks 

Energy drinks often use a combination of ingredients to help invigorate the mind and sharpen the senses.

  • Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant naturally found in green tea and the coffee bean. Most energy drinks contain roughly the same amount of caffeine as two cups of coffee.
  • Amino acids, including taurine, tyrosine, and L-phenylalanine to promote neurotransmission and neurogenesis.
  • B Vitamins are essential for energy metabolism and brain functioning. B Vitamins support obtaining natural energy from food.
  • Sugar gives a temporary energy boost that wears off quickly and afterward causes a deep crash.

It’s More than a Flavor

Saying this past year has been difficult is an understatement. All of us are searching for hope, healing, and comfort. The simple taste of fizzy lemon-lime takes me back to simpler days spent under a bright blue sky fixing a fence on the mountain with my Dad.

In 2021, we want classic flavors to take us back to simpler times. There seem to be too many choices and weird coactions for me when it comes to energy drink flavors. The ingredients listed on these energy drinks show they contain numerous ingredients including artificial flavors, colors, and sweeteners. Individual taste reviewers state many energy drinks have a chemical taste. And no wonder with all those chemical ingredients.

Teacher Power Energy Drink’s Simple, Comfort Flavors

Teacher Power knows how important it is to get the energy boost you need when you need it. Whether you’re hitting the road with your family or facing an afternoon of meetings, our simple energy drink will help keep you alert and attentive with 100 mg of caffeine and a full daily serving of B Vitamins. All for only thirty-five cents a serving.

All Teacher Power Energy Drinks contain less than ten ingredients and are sugar-free. Wherever you are, just add 16 oz of water to any one of our three flavors for an easy, cost-effective, and convenient energy boost without any chemical aftertaste. Teacher Power Energy Drinks will save you money and time.

Teacher Power comes in three delicious flavors:

Black Cherry – the ultimate “comfort flavor”. Our rich and smooth Black Cherry is a perfect all-around flavor that hits the spot in any season or situation.

Fruit Punch- a truly nostalgic flavor, better than Hawaiian Punch. Our fruit punch will have you reminiscing about summers spent playing in Grandma’s backyard.

Strawberry Lemonade a perfect balance of sweet and tart. Our strawberry lemonade will take you poolside imagining a vintage poster of a woman with a big floppy hat and sunglasses sipping a cool drink from a pink straw.

Discover the joy of Teacher Power Energy Drinks today. Teacher Power can be conveniently purchased on Amazon.com or through our website

 

Article by Miss Jae

 

Sources:

Kidd, Kate. “7 Best Energy Drinks Ranked by Taste.” Spoon University. https://spoonuniversity.com/lifestyle/5-teas-want-keep-dorm-room

Hathaway, Joy. “All Sixteen Red Bull Flavors Ranked.” Daily Dot. 2018. https://www.dailydot.com/unclick/red-bull-flavors-ranked/

 

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