What a better way to end Year 2021 than a feature in the 2021 New Beverage Guide published in BevNET Magazine?

If it's a Woke Up! it's okay!

But actually the truth is you have to look at how much caffeine is in the drink.

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As long as you are drinking less than 250 milligrams of caffeine a day, you'll typically be OK. But, ...

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I think people at the ages of 13 to 24 are actually the biggest proponents of energy drinks because we don't drink coffee. Right?
How was the caffeine derived? How many vitamins are in this energy drink? Does it have artificial flavoring? Does it have taurine in it?...
Yerba Mate is a naturally caffeinated herb consumed for a very, very long time by by people of the land. There are many good reasons why we developed Woke Up! Energy Shot around Yerba Mate.
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We choose to avoid coffee bean or tea leaf-derived caffeine because caffeine from those sources generally come as an extract, not the way nature intended you to consume it.

Traditional energy shots/drinks pack up on synthetic caffein... which gives your body the jitters. Woke Up! Energy Shot was designed with a plant-based approach, using the benefits of the plants found in the drink.
Adaptogens and herbs give you a clean energy boost - not caffeine extracted from coffee beans. Woke Up! Energy Shot changes the way we look at energy drinks.