Five of the best natural energy drinks
In need of a boost?
You don’t have to reach for fizz with a rather scary list of ingredients.
Brands have stepped up their energy drink game by launching a load of natural options – that taste great, boost your energy, and aren’t packed with troubling chemicals.
Rather than reaching for that second cup of coffee, try one of these.
Benefit Water’s Energy
Benefit Water’s Energy Mango and Coconut seltzer contains no caffeine. It’s blended with B vitamins and magnesium which help to give a natural energy boost. £14.99 (twelve x 250ml cans), thebenefitbrand.com
Powered by caffeine derived from coffee beans, Grenade Energy Cherry Bomb (sour cherry flavour) offers the same caffeine hit as two espressos. £1.99 (330ml), grenade.com
Virtue Clean Energy
Virtue Clean Energy Lemon and Lime is the equivalent of drinking one cup of coffee. It includes energising B vitamins and has zero sugar, zero calories and no artificial ingredients. £1.45 (250ml), ocado.com
With energy derived from organic green coffee beans and B vitamins, Crave Natural Energy Passionfruit and Vanilla is 100 per cent vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free and only ten calories per can. £17 (twelve x 250ml cans), cravedrinks.com
Purdey’s Refocus is a lightly sparkling combination of dark fruits naturally caffeinated with guarana and vitamins B2, B3, B6 and B12, which helps to reduce fatigue. £1.49 (330ml), hollandandbarrett.com
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