Positive Energy Drink Review

Positive Energy has the perfectly delicious solution for those of us leading busy and active lifestyles.
Available in several juice and lemonade flavors, Positive Energy’s revolutionary beverages are made with 100% pure fruit juice and green coffee beans straight off the branch. Several flavors are only 60 calories and all of them contain the amount of caffeine equivalent to up to one large cup of premium coffee, making it the ideal pick-me-up for morning or afternoon. It’s also a great way to kick start your workout at the gym!
Positive Energy contains no added sugar, no preservatives, and no artificial flavors; plus, all products are non-GMO, gluten-free and kosher. Blend in a fruit & veggie smoothie, mix with your favorite champagne or vodka, or enjoy straight from the bottle – so many ways to stay cool, energized, and positive.
We received several flavors to try at no cost in exchange for an honest review.
Peach Mango
Lemonade Tea
Strawberry Lemonade
Our Review
I drink coffee and energy drinks in copious amounts every morning. I have been looking for other options to still get that boost I need, without the crash and the bad ingredients in the energy drinks. I received these Positive Energy juices to try. I like the selection of flavors they offer, there is a flavor for every taste. I have tried a lot of different energy teas, drink mixes, juices and waters, and a lot of them have a bit of an aftertaste, or don’t quite taste like what you would expect.

I am quite impressed with the taste of these Positive Energy drinks. The apple and orange taste like apple and orange, with no gritty aftertaste. I feel the boost I expect from energy drinks also, and don’t have to experience the crash after several cups of coffee or an energy drink with a lot of caffeine in it.

I’m not saying I will give up coffee completely, but I will definitely be keeping some of these Positive Energy drinks on hand as an alternative! 

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