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Epiphany Energy Drink

Energy
Taste
Price
Where can I buy Epiphany Energy Drink? Online Store
How much does Epiphany Energy Drink cost? $1.50

What's in Epiphany Energy Drink?

Nutritional Information
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Size: 8.0 FL OZ
Servings: 1.0
Calories90
Carbohydrates26
Sodium5
Epiphany Energy Drink contains 1 (236ml/8fl. oz.) serving, which contain mg/% USRDA (whichever is available, or both, if listed) of the following: Calories 90, Sodium 5mg/0%, Carbohydrates 26g/9%, Sugar 24g, Vitamin C 60mg/100%, Vitamin B2 1.7mg/100%, Niacin 20mg/100%, Vitamin B6 2mg/100%, Vitamin B12 6mcg/100%, Vitamin B5 10mg/100%, D-Ribose 250mg, Inositol 100mg, Caffeine 80mg, Green Tea Extract 25mg, Guarana Seed Extract 25mg, Taurine 7.5mg.

Jason's Review



Epiphany Energy Drink is unique in many ways. Firstly, the drink seems to be just a facet of the big picture, Memoria, which you can read about at operationelephant.com. In short, the Epiphany Energy Drink can touches on their Executive Lounge, Mini Cafe and Coffee, which appear to be at the center of their collaborative work and idea network. To answer your question, no I don't think "Executive Lounge" means what you think it does, even though it is limited to folk 18 and older.

Speaking of the can, the art on the front looks like a mix between an Amway starter kit, a Ric Flair interview and a wildlife conservation website. Now, I don't know if this community of entrepreneurs will make you a "rolex wearin', limousine ridin', jet flyin', wheelin' and dealin', kiss stealin' son of a gun", but whatever they're offering is more promising than Amway. Unfortunately, I don't think they do anything to save the elephants.

Now, for the drink, this is simple enough, if you like apple juice, you like Epiphany. Now, while Epiphany tastes like apple juice, it also has the B-vitamins you're paying out the nose for in 5-hour energy, it's got vitamin C, 80mg of caffeine, green tea extract, guarana seed extract, inositol, and for people who think it does anything, it's got taurine.

Epiphany will ship you a case of 24 cans from their online store for $36, and that includes Continental US shipping. So for $1.50 a can, you get a great tasting and well-formulated energy drink.

Now, Memoria may not ultimately "create jobs, opportunities and lasting memories", as they hope, but the fact that they didn't waste a few trillion dollars last year trying means they're doing a darn sight better than the US government....and Amway.

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Guests's Review

Epiphany is an ambitious endeavor. I don't expect a lot more from my energy drink than to taste good, give me energy and have a reasonable price. I'm pretty sure this is the first energy product I've sampled that had intentions of bringing people with ideas together under a single roof, exchanging ideas, creating jobs, improving the world...hopefully by finding a way to keep Ke$ha out of any and all recording studios. As stated, I mostly just care about the energy drink, particularly since the nearest Executive Lounge is currently about 1,000 miles from my residence.

Epiphany tastes like fruit juice, and I don't taste the energizing ingredients a great deal. It's uncarbonated, and best serve chilled. The formula won't knock your socks off with wild and unbridled strength or oracle-like intense focus and concentration, but it packs the same punch as most 8ish ounce energy drinks on the market.

These are $1.50 each in a 24 case, if you order them from the Operation Elephant - Epiphany Energy Drink Store and they include the shipping to the Continental US. Overall, a good juice drink for a little cheaper than the energy drink "industry leader".

Epiphany Energy Drink can or bottle design and textual information
Epiphany Energy Drink comes in a yellow, blue and white can with all sorts of vector art on it. It has a real eastern religion feel to it. The name "Epiphany" is at the top, followed by "Energy Drink (mahynd fyoo-uhl), which I didn't look into, or care what it means. The image in the center is great fun, it's got a musical symbol, a sports car, a skinny woman running, a watch/clock, a jet, a couple looking all like they're about to throw down, a graduation hat, and what ties all that together in the center? You guessed it, an elephant. At the bottom, "Limitless Inspiration" and the website OperationElephant.com. On the back, the simple instructions, "Serve Chilled". Also, the logos for MiNi Cafe, Executive Louge and their Columbian Coffee.

Consumer Reviews

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