The words ‘energy drink’ are not typically associated with health and wellbeing but rather, used in the same sentence with terms such as ‘sugar laden’, ‘artificial ingredients’ and ‘unsafe levels of guarana’. That is, until now! Enter: Remedy’s Good Energy—the world’s first kombucha-based energy drink. Remedy’s Good Energy was developed off the back of research which indicates that although two-thirds of millennials are wanting to make healthy choices and buying into kombucha (with over a third drinking it regularly) 62% of those who had consumed kombucha in the past month had also consumed energy drinks. “Our research unearthed a tension between people wanting to make healthy choices but also needing an energy boost,” said Emmet Condon, Co-founder of Remedy Drinks.
Remedy’s Good Energy contains all the goodness and benefits of kombucha with the added buzz of raw green coffee bean extract, green tea and ginseng for a next-level energy kick minus the nasties. Green coffee bean and ginseng are both known for their naturally energising properties and high antioxidant profile. In addition to this, Remedy Good Energy doesn’t contain any of the sugar or artificial ingredients usually found in traditional energy drinks, and like all Remedy drinks, gets the official tick of approval from both Sarah Wilson’s I Quit Sugar (IQS) and nutritionists alike. “Traditional energy drinks can contain more than 10 teaspoons of sugar per 500ml can. Remedy Good Energy contains none,” said Wilson. Nutritionist Jacqueline Alwill adds: “It’s great to see Remedy upping the ante and developing an energy drink that’s actually good for you with live cultures, organic acids, amino acids, vitamins and polyphenols minus the unnecessary chemicals added to traditional energy drinks.”
“People are literally busting a gut to get ‘it’ done. Remedy Good Energy is a good option when the 3pm slump rolls around, if you are on deadline for work or uni or even if you’re out late socialising.” Available in three delicious flavours; Blackberry, Kakadu plum and Coffee, Remedy Good Energy Coffee contains 99mg caffeine per 330ml with Remedy Good Energy Kakadu Plum and Blackberry flavours containing 83mg per 330ml which is about the same as a cup of coffee. Here at Amodrn HQ, we can’t go past the Blackberry flavour for an uplifting, energy hit with just the right amount of tang when we’ve exhausted our coffee quota by the afternoon! Intrigued and ready to get your buzz on without the jitters? Visit www.remedydrinks.com for more guilt-free pick-me-ups for every occasion.