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I’ve seen these Alani Nu energy drinks at Costco for the last few months and during my last visit quite a few people had them in their cart so I decided to try them out.
I paid $29.99 Canadian for the box of 18 energy drinks which isn’t cheap but it’s cheaper than buying 18 energy drinks individually from a grocery or convenience store.
The box has three different flavours breezeberry, cherry slush and cosmic starbust. All of the cans are 355 mililiters and the cans are bright and colourful. There are six of each flavour in the box.
Alani Nu has zero grams of sugar the nutrition facts vary depending on the flavor. There are 10 to 15 calories in a can and five grams of carbohydrates. The ingredients list is basically just a bunch of chemicals which doesn’t make me feel great about drinking these. However I don’t expect energy drinks to be healthy. There’s no hint of real cherry or berry in the ingredients list. Just chemicals and sugar subsitutes.
I don’t like these. Are three flavors are very artificial tasting. Kids might like these because of the flavors but I wouldn’t be encouraging my kids to drink energy drinks. The breezeberry is a blue raspberry flavor. Cherry is an artificial cherry and cosmic stardust is hard to explain, maybe a citrus flavor? I find all energy drinks are really sweet and artificial tasting so if you’re used to that you’d probably find these tasty enough!