Nawgan is more than just an energy drink, in fact it labels itself as a drink that supports memory and thinking. Luckily it has 100mg of caffeine in an 8 oz can so I decided it qualified for review on the site.
The Look: There are two different varieties of Nawgan, one caffeine free and one with caffeine. I of course will be reviewing the variety with caffeine. The can is kept very simple with some wording on the front and a diagram of a brain with a maze in it. On the back there is nutritional information as well as a memory challenge. I think for the targeted audience the can looks good.
(7.5 out of 10)
Taste: The taste of Nawgan is labeled as berry. That is a very good description. It reminds me of a Crystal Light or something similar. It is very low in sugar (6g per can) and also low in sodium (less than 1mg). There is no carbonation in the drink so it goes down very smoothly. The only thing that caught me off guard was I was expecting carbonation at first and my taste buds reacted oddly when there was none. Luckily after the first drink my taste buds adjusted.
(7.5 out of 10)
Does It Work: I will be judging the score here by more than just the energy ingredients. Nawgan doesn't label itself as an energy drink so I am going to score it accordingly. In each can you get 25 calories, 6 g of sugar, 100 mg of caffeine, citicoline, lycopene, and alpha-glyceryl phosphoryl choline (I had to look that one up). After drinking this the caffeine managed to wake me up rather well this morning and I felt like I was able to get work accomplished without thinking about it. This would be a great drink for studying or anything that requires you to think more than normal.
(8 out of 10)
Overall Thoughts: I am really beginning to like these drinks coming out that support memory and brain function. They offer something besides just your average energy drink blend and they usually work pretty well. You can check them out online at Nawgan. I would definitely recommend this drink to any students out there or people that are required to think constantly at their job. This one has my thumbs up!