AMMO Full Force Energy Drink Review – A shortcut to an action-packed day, just 25 calories. This citrus flavor has the most bite of the bunch.
AMMO gets credit for brilliance in the Power department. While some energy drinks have more caffeine, few pack so much into a 1 fluid OZ bottle. They also came up with a caffeine rationing system. A scale on the side of the bottle that lets you see how many milligrams of caffeine you’ve consumed, up to the full 171 mg. It works too, whether you ration it or shoot it all at once. A bottle of AMMO woke me effectively today.
The Citrus Ice has a bite to it, but not the obnoxious energy drink formula taste. It’s a little more like a bit of lemon and lime juice mixed. I recommend mixing this one, with water or any creative liquid option. For me, it wasn’t as deliciously enjoyable as a sugar-filled Monster – naturally. It’s definitely still easy to drink and the couple testers of this flavor are fans.
Each of the drinks are labeled with “Low Carb”, which is fair. 7g sugar, 25 calories. This is far more diet-friendly and healthy than a Rock Star or Full Throttle, and it delivers about the same caffeine kick.
Unlike 5 Hour Energy & clones, AMMO works well as a mixer – even stirring it into water creates a decent drink. Their marketing angle is that this was developed originally for the US military. I’ll buy that. The testers reported no jitters and no crash, as the box claims. Of all the drinks I’ve tried, AMMO is the one I’d most like to bring on a backpacking trip, for all the reasons above. I’ll be ready to rock and roll. Any flavor will do.
Ammo Low Carb Full Force
Serving Size: 1 bottle (makes 18.1 oz prepared)
Servings Per Container: 1
Amount Per Serving:
Total Fat: 0g
Total Carbohydrate: 8g
WATER, SUGAR, CITRIC ACID, NATURAL FLAVOR, CAFFEINE, SUCRALOSE, CALCIUM CITRATE, B-12, GINKGO BILOBA, ACETYL-L-CARNITINE, DMAE, BACOPIN, VINPOCETIN, PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE, POTASSIUM BENZOATE, POTASSIUM SORBATE.
We received this drink from the vendor as a sample to review.