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Bang Energy Tea Review! VPX Adds Three Sweet Tea Bang Flavors

Supplement companies are really pushing the energy drinks as of late, and it was all thrown into high gear by one company – VPX Sports and their Bang Energy Drink. One of the original companies to roll them out, keeps stacking up an impressive flavor menu!

Bang Energy Sweet Tea

Bang Energy is staying ahead of the competition with three new sweet tea flavors!

Now Bang is welcoming some good ole’ fashioned sweet tea flavors. Added to Bang’s impressive list of flavor options will be:

  • Georgia Peach Sweet Tea
  • Lemon Drop Sweet Tea
  • Sweet Ice Tea

While the Georgia Peach and Lemon Drop flavors are available online, Texas fans who live close to an HEB will get exclusive access to the Sweet Ice Tea flavor. HEB and VPX Sports have an exclusive six-month agreement for the grocery-chain to carry this flavor.

Added to a list of fifteen flavor choices, ranging from Champagne to Pina Colada to Black Cherry Vanilla and more, this is easily one of the most diverse flavor menus out there on any product line! No matter what your taste buds are craving on any given day, Bang probably has a flavor choice for you!

Before we get into the label, watch CJ’s review with Angela!

CJ’s Bang Energy Sweet Tea Review

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The biggest thing to note is that these are not carbonated!

Angela likes the peach flavor best, regular second, lemon third; while CJ likes regular first, then peach, then lemon.

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VPX Bang Label

VPX Sport’s website states Bang has 300mg of caffeine but we are left in the dark as the amount of other ingredients.

Each can of bang packs a solid 300mg of caffeine to get you that extra boost to get through the day.

Bang also packs some creatine and branch-chained amino acids, making it a reliable pre-workout energy source. The company uses what is labeled as “Super Creatine” which is a bonded form of creatine bonded L-Leucine. However, we positively doubt it’s enough to count much towards your daily 3-5g creatine, so we basically ignore that. The label doesn’t include the dosage of creatine of BCAAs, but the word “Super Creatine” makes for some good label dressing!

Fair warning though, 300mg of caffeine coupled along with 25% of the daily recommended amount of Niacin, could mean you get that flushed skin feeling, especially if taken with little or no food in your system! This is not your beginner’s energy drink!

With zero calories and a respectable amount of several vitamins and minerals, Bang is definitely what we expect when we think of effective energy drinks, and it does rely on sucralose as a sweetening agent.

All in all, Bang’s loyal following continue to propel the energy drink at the top of its class. With some other crazy flavors that other companies haven’t dared to even attempt, it’s no wonder why VPX Sports is so popular.

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