We all have those times where we need a pick me up. You’ve seen your friends at the early morning tailgates that keep yawning. A boost is needed and who better to help energize the crowd than the best wide receiver of all time: Jerry Rice! Jerry Rice now has an energy drink on the market called GOAT Fuel.
The term GOAT is an acronym for Greatest Of All Time and many will argue that Jerry Rice was the best to every play the wide receiver position in the history of the National Football League. GOAT fuel was made to give you a boost without a bunch of sugar.
Goat Fuel Facts:
15 calories per can
10 essential vitamins
200mg of caffeine
Some of the standout ingredients in each bottle of GOAT Fuel:
They currently have 4 flagship flavors that we tested in the video below. These flavors are: Blueberry Lemonade, Pink Candy, Tropical Berry and Peach Pineapple. Each of these flavors is relatively mild and won’t be as abrasive, as some energy drinks on the market. During our tests, the cameraman mentioned he had never had an energy drink and wanted to try the Blueberry Lemonade flavor. He drank the entire can and voiced multiple times how much he enjoyed it. That would be a great flavor for anyone that has had other engery drinks and hated the taste.
Speaking of the Blueberry Lemonade it was the smoothest, mildest flavor of the bunch. It was almost like a flavored water with a hint of carbonation. I’m not sure I would think it was an energy drink if I was doing a blind taste test. The Pink Candy pours a pink color and has a hint of cotton candy flavor on the front end. The aftertaste is not as good as some of the other flavors in the GOAT fuel lineup. The Tropical Berry flavor was the most bold of the flavors in regards to the amount of flavor that hits you when you drink it. While the Tropical Berry was my least favorite your individual tastes may vary. My favorite was the Peach Pineapple. It has a great mix of Peach and Pineapple that come together and linger after you swallow that is very nice.