Something about the term “Energy Coffee” seems a bit redundant to me. Personally, I’ll just turn my Krups Grind & Brew to 11 if I want more kick from my beans, for others may prefer to pour a cup or this stuff after topping off their tanks.
I haven’t tried the stuff, but ENERGYGURU from TaurineRules.blogspot.com (aka Energy Drink Reviews) gave it at try at a Speedway location in Chicago . . . in the future. His post is time stamped March 11, 2008. So it’s quite possible that this produce has time traveling properties and is kept warm on a flux capacitor.
About 45 minutes after finishing the cup I started to get real jittery, definitely more than with a normal coffee. I swear I couldnâ€™t stop my foot from tapping. One thing Shockwave Energy Coffee definitely did though was perk me up. I was up big time with my eyes so wide open and my head screamingly clear. This is like power coffee. I kept my caffeine rush on for a few hours before a screaming caffeine crash that left me nearly delirious. Itâ€™s like drinking a normal coffee first thing in the morning and then coming down from the caffeine, but magnified three times. I still didnâ€™t know what was in Shockwave Coffee so I emailed the marketing department at Speedway SuperAmerica. They were really friendly and got back to me within 3 hours. They claim that Shockwave Coffee has the same ingredients as their other coffee blends, but with a higher caffeine content.
And an anonymous commenter explained that this is strong stuff:
I have been trying to figure that out myself. My caffeine rush from this coffee lasted 12 HOURS!! I was able to do 11 hours of overtime off of it. I had never felt so awake. I love the coffee, but I wish it would not cause me to talk fast, histerically tap my feet and make me feel like running around the entire office twice!
Here’s a tip: don’t drink this stuff before golfing. I have a feeling that it would destroy your short game.