EASE IN ACQUISITION—3
Around here, available at Safeway stores—but haven’t seen it outside of there.
Outside the nifty lookin’ brain, I’m not too impressed by the packaging here. I suppose I have to admit it works, given the nature of the drink, but still a little lackluster.
Didn’t like this one quite as much as I did the red berry flavor. The orange is pretty standard, and, worst of all, I can taste the stevia.
If you’re looking for a serious caffeine boost, Nawgan isn’t the way to go. Granted, it isn’t really meant to be drank as a hardcore energy supplement—the star ingredient in this drink is Cognizin citicoline, a compound alleged to aid in concentration. The actual kick is fairly weak, but odds are that not-sleepy students and those sorts of people will appreciate it.
Short lived—shy of two hours. Hardly enough for a long afternoon of studying.
THE DRINK OVERALL—5.33
In the end, I wasn’t very impressed with Nawgan—Orange. Unless you’re really into tame stuff and don’t mind the taste of stevia, I’d recommend passing it over.
KEYWORDS: Nawgan Orange energy drink review, alertness beverage, low calorie