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15 Best Celsius Energy Drink Flavors to Try 

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Inside the functional beverage industry, Celsius Energy Drinks have become a formidable force. These beverages offer a powerful energy boost in addition to a dizzying array of flavors that tempt the palate and satisfy personal preferences. Fitness enthusiasts and those looking for a revitalizing energy boost can choose from a range of options offered by Celsius, each with a distinct flavor profile. This article explores the entire range of delectable flavors offered by the energy drink, taking the reader on a delightful journey through their world. These beverages offer a novel take on the idea of energy-boosting drinks, ranging from exotic fruit infusions to zesty bursts of energy.


Fuji Apple Pear

Fuji Apple Pear
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One of my favorite Celsius Energy flavors is their Fuji Apple Pear option. It has the perfect sweetness blend without containing excessive amounts of sugar. It contains ten calories per 12-ounce can. Many apple and pear flavor combinations taste like an abysmal mixture of apple juice with artificial enhancements. However, Celsius Energy’s formula makes it taste more like fresh, authentic fruit. I highly recommend giving this one a try if you’re a fan of sweet energy drinks. It includes the following ingredients: taurine, guarana seed extract, caffeine anhydrous, glucuronolactone, ginger root extract, green tea leaf extract, filtered water, citric acid, beta-carotene, malic acid, and sucralose, a no-calorie sugar substitute.


Kiwi Guava

Kiwi Guava
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I think energy drinks with a kiwi flavor taste best when paired with another fruit, and the Kiwi Guava formula is no exception. As you open the can, you’ll be greeted with an enticing aroma of guava. Although it has a nice flavor balance, its hint of kiwi has a more subtle flavor profile than guava. Thankfully, you can indulge in this drink’s sweet flavors without worrying about consuming sugar. Its ingredients include taurine, guarana seed extract, caffeine anhydrous, glucuronolactone, ginger root extract, green tea leaf extract, filtered water, citric acid, beta-carotene, malic acid, and sucralose.


Orange

Orange

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Another popular flavor that you shouldn’t miss out on is Celsius Energy’s Orange variant. I consider it a great, flavorful option for anyone interested in sampling this brand for the first time. It has a citrusy aroma that is quite pleasant. I consider it a healthier alternative to orange-flavored sodas and soft drinks. The Celsius Energy Orange has 60 mg of Vitamin C and 200 mg of caffeine to give your body the boost it needs during your day. It doesn’t have a bold aftertaste, but it has the right balance of fruitiness that tastes great when served cold on a warm, sunny day.

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Strawberry Guava

Strawberry Guava
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Strawberry Guava offers a sweet and sour flavor blend for anyone craving a tropical sensation during a nice summer day. It has a bit of a lasting aftertaste that you get used to after every sip. Flavor-wise, the guava overpowers the strawberry. It’s not as refreshing as other fruit combinations since the guava can be too much to handle. If you’re not a fan of guava, I recommend enjoying half of the can and saving the rest for later. Besides its natural strawberry and guava flavors, it contains ginger root extract, green tea extract, guarana seed extract, and plenty of essential vitamins, including Vitamin B and Vitamin C.


Watermelon

Watermelon
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Celsius Energy’s Watermelon offers a sweet and refreshing taste, especially when drinking it cold. Although I’m not a huge fan of watermelon-flavored food or drinks, I enjoyed sipping this energy drink before going on an hourly walk. It takes plenty of skill to make a watermelon-flavored product that doesn’t taste like a poor-quality hard candy. It has a pretty high carbonation level, so if you’re a fan of fizzy drinks without added sugar, it might leave a tickling sensation in your throat as you guzzle it down. Like the fruit this flavor originates from, the best season to enjoy this is between May and September. It also has plenty of Vitamin C.


Wild Berry

Wild Berry
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Their Wild Berry flavor comes in packs of four, 12, and 24. This classic formula blends the sweet yet tart flavor profiles of fresh raspberries and blueberries. However, its sweetness sometimes tastes too powerful, like a concentrated fruit juice or liquid medicine. If it had a more dynamic sourness, it might balance out the drink better. Nevertheless, it’s an excellent option for people who prefer a workout drink with more than one fruity flavor as its base. It tastes great when paired with a light snack, so be sure to try it with fresh fruit to enhance its flavor quality. 


Cola

Celsius Cola
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Avid exercise enthusiasts typically avoid drinking soda because it can cause dehydration and has high sugar content. However, if you like enjoying one occasionally, consider trying their Cola-flavored option. Unlike regular cola, it doesn’t have any traces of sugar or sodium. The sparkling variety has a decent carbonation level that tickles your throat when swallowed and your nose if sniffed. I prefer drinking this cold when I’m in the mood for something besides water. It does have a faint after taste hidden under its surface-level sweetness, but is a nice change of pace to the rest of the Celsius Energy collection.

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Grape Juice

Celsius Grape Juice
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Another Celsius Energy flavor that piqued my interest was their Grape Juice flavor. Its aroma smells like standard grape sodas, typically enhanced with methyl anthranilate. It might taste sugary to some people, but if you’re a fan of grapes, you might enjoy this flavor. Personally, I think it’s great. This energy drink uses Concord grape extract as a natural flavor. Many traditional grape juices use these American-grown grapes to give the drink a sweet taste with a hint of tartness for good measure. You can get plenty of Vitamin C in this 12-ounce can, much like when eating a few handfuls of grapes.


Peach Mango Green Tea

Peach Mango Green Tea
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If you prefer a non-carbonated drink, one of the best Celsius Energy flavors you should consider sampling is their Peach Mango Green Tea variety. It has a peachy fragrance mixed with green tea extract that can help you boost your metabolism. One of the best features of this flavor option is its mango taste. I enjoy drinks with a tropical touch that’s sweet yet subtle. The peach blends well with the mango and tea flavors without making the drink too watered down. It’s great as an early-day pick-me-up before taking a hike or biking around the neighborhood. The drink’s non-carbonated properties won’t leave a tingly aftertaste on your tongue.


Tropical Vibe

Tropical Vibe

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Consider sampling their Tropical Vibe if you’re looking for crisp, summertime flavors. Although this drink is carbonated, it doesn’t hold back on its natural fruit choices. Pineapple and starfruit give it a sweet and tangy combination that doesn’t make it watery. A starfruit’s surface has a firm texture and a juicy, sour, and sweet interior, not unlike grapes and pears. Both fruits have a bright yellow color scheme, emphasizing their tropical properties. If you’re looking for a nice change of pace from peach or guava, this starfruit and pineapple blend is the perfect treat to enhance your healthy and active lifestyle.


Açai Green Tea

Açai Green Tea
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Another excellent non-carbonated energy drink option is Celisus’ Açai Green Tea. Although it has that signature sweetness from raspberries, it offers other flavor profiles that make it stand out from other drinks. Its açai has a similar sweetness to blackberries or blueberries but hints of tanginess and bitterness to emphasize its earthy flavors. Its green tea extract gives it extra zest to boost your metabolism. Despite its slight bitterness and lack of sugar, it has a sweet aftertaste. Although it might take some time for you to get used to the flavor, I enjoy drinking it before going to the gym whenever it’s available.

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Peach Vibe

Peach Vibe
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If you love energy drinks with a sweet yet sour touch, you’ll love their Peach Vibe. Although it’s carbonated, I consider it a superior alternative to peach-flavored sodas or energy drinks packed with sugar. It has a strong peach flavor that doesn’t taste artificial. Instead, it has a refreshing, floral aftertaste that lingers on your lips after every sip. I love drinking Peach Vibe when I’m in the mood for something that doesn’t incorporate more than one fruity flavor. The key ingredients of Peachy Vibe include taurine, guarana seed extract, ginger root extract, green tea leaf extract, and citric acid.


White Peach

White Peach
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White Peach is another peach-flavored formula that Celsius Energy offers. This limited edition energy drink has a sweet profile that doesn’t overstay its welcome with every sip. Moreover, what I love about this drink and Celsius Energy is that they put effort into every formula, so this one is just as enjoyable as energy drinks with more pronounced fruit flavors. Like most of the other flavor options on this list, it contains ingredients like taurine, guarana seed extract, ginger root extract, green tea leaf extract, filtered water, and beta-carotene.

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Written by Brian Nagele

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