Kanguru Energy Drink 24pk $39.99 (Was $60), 4pk $12 (Was $14) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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  • Scientifically developed by an Australian surgeon over 4 years and 1,982 laboratory samples. Australian owned.
  • No sugar (just 23 calories per can), with unique anti-crash formula. It’s the energy drink evolved.
  • 13 fundamental ingredients that work together to trigger ATP; the body’s natural energy source.
  • 100% natural caffeine from premium botanicals - Yerba Mate, Guarana, Korean Red Ginseng, Schisandra & Green Tea.
  • Vitamins B1 (Thiamine), B2 (Riboflavin), B3 (Niacin), B5 (Pantothenic Acid), B6 (Pyridoxine) & B12 (Cyanocobalamin).

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Comments

  • +5 votes

    Drop the price of the 4pack so I can test it?
    Hard to compete with $7 for redbull.

  • +2 votes

    Is that what Dr David Kitchen is doing after all his bad press? That seems to be the same fellow in the "about us" page.

    If it is the same Dr David Kitchen (opthalmology), I'd wonder what is in that drink.

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      It seems to have been a legal dispute between him & his former employer, about how long he had agreed to work for them.

      Nothing to do with his abilities as a doctor.

    • +5 votes

      David kitchen also reviewed the product on amazon

  • +1 vote

    Why the coffee tag?

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    Seriously the best energy drinks available in Australia. Shits all over the common named ones.

  • -1 vote

    Could taste like unicorn urine what's the point of selling drinks for such a price. If you can't come even close to competing on price it's already a huge failure

    Wonder why a surgeon would make an energy drink anyway. Be like a doctor creating cigarettes in comparison

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      If you can't come even close to competing on price it's already a huge failure

      Your argument is only valid if there was another energy drink with exactly the same ingredients.

      The ingredients of this drink are unique, so the concept of "competing on price" doesn't come into the picture.

      • +4 votes

        Energy drink is the product , you compete with other energy drinks. Not a hard concept

        • +1 vote

          You are so right. When cars are the product, a Holden competes with a Merc. Don't understand why anyone would ever buy a Merc…

          • -3 votes

            @seb: Hardly the same thing. For a start, the Merc badge is worth something. Kangaru? Redbull is about the only brand that can command a premium. At any rate, when Monster Ultra is on special, you are looking at $17.55 vs. $39.99. So less than half the price and at the end of the day, they are both drinks in a can that will eventually turn to piss. Lot more to a car, but at the low end, I'd say Holden beat Mercedes. High end on the other hand, no comparison.

    • +2 votes

      They're not just competing on cost, but also on taste.

      For protein supplement bars and snacks, I'm not just looking at grams of protein per dollar. If I have to consume a lot of something regularly then I want variety and a decent taste so that I'm not choking it down or having it become a disliked routine.

      The real question is how does Kanguru stack up against Monster Zero Ultra, the best tasting (and reasonably priced when on sale) sugar-free energy drink?

      To get through week-long night shift rosters I'm already using varieties of coffee (the sachets with milk powder, espresso machine, pod machine, drip), Coke No Sugar, and Monster Zero Ultra. If Kanguru tastes okay, then it might get added into the mix. If it tastes like arse, then I'll leave it at work for others to drink. ;)

  • +1 vote

    Hey Kanguru,

    Which countries are the ingredients sourced from?

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    $1 per can would be more tempting

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    Haven't tried these but the can design looks nice. Will order some to decorate my fridge I guess

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    Could you tell me what's the expiry on these? Ta

  • +1 vote

    If there's no sugar is it sweetened with something else?

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      Yes, it's sweetened with at least 4x something elses. Read the back of the can on amazon.