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Rowdy Caffeine and Ingredients (Verified)

Suppose you saw a can of Rowdy displayed on a shelf in your local store that compelled you to buy it or saw an energy drink enthusiast constantly looking to upgrade to another drink. In that case, the ingredients present in Rowdy are an essential piece of information you need to know.

Rowdy is packed in a stylish white can; it is aesthetically appealing and in terms of an energy boost, is obvious.

So what exactly is the caffeine amount in Rowdy, and what other ingredients are present in it that you might want to know about?

To be concise, a regular 473mL can of Rowdy contains 160mg of caffeine, 90 calories, 18g of sugar, and other ingredients ranging from several B-Vitamins to energy blends.

Note: Some flavors of Rowdy have varying amounts of sugar and calories; the flavors contrary to those presented below are highlighted in the Flavors section.

If you would like to get into the details, continue reading!

Ingredients in Rowdy

The table below provides a complete guide to all ingredients present in Rowdy including their specific purposes in the drink.

Ingredient CategoryIngredient
EnergizersL-Theanine From Tea, Caffeine From Tea
Electrolyte BlendPotassium Citrate, Magnesium Citrate,
Sodium Citrate
VitaminsVitamin C, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12
AcidCitric Acid, Gluconic Acid, Malic Acid
WaterCarbonated Water
SweetenersAllulose, Monk Fruit Extract, Stevia Extract
ColoringFruit and Vegetable Juice
EmulsifiersGum Arabic
Added FlavorsNatural Flavours
Flavor EnhancerErythritol

Nutritional Facts of Rowdy

Nutrition Facts of Rowdy
Rowdy Energy Nutrition Facts Label

Here is some important nutritional information that you might want to know about.

IngredientDaily Value (%DV)
Total Fat (0g)0%
Cholesterol (0mg)0%
Sodium (60mg)3%
Total Carbohydrates (24g)9%
Dietary Fiber (0g)0%
Total Sugar (18g)36%
Erythritol (13g)
Protein (0g)
Potassium (835mg)20%
Magnesium (74mg)20%

Is Rowdy Good For You?

Yes, Rowdy contains a standard amount of caffeine and nutrients to guarantee an energy boost.

All of the numbers above might be confusing, and you may only want to know if drinking Rowdy will cause you any harm.

Here is an analysis of the various vital ingredients in Rowdy and if their quantities will affect you:

Vitamins in Rowdy

Vitamin Quantity Daily Value (%DV)
Niacinamide (Vitamin B3)3mg20%
Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6)0.32mg20%
Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12)0.45mcg20%
Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)36mg40%

Rowdy doesn’t contain more vitamins than you can handle in its drinks. Even if that was the case, excess water-soluble vitamins are extracted from the body through urine.

Caffeine Amount in Rowdy

Brew
Caffeine, if consumed in moderation, offer many amazing benefits.

Each 473mL can of Rowdy contains 160mg of caffeine.

The FDA advises you to – as much as possible – limit your daily consumption of caffeine to 400mg maximum in 24 hours.

Ignoring this limit and having more than one can of Rowdy in a day can cause you to face severe side effects.

Calories in Rowdy

A regular 473mL can of Rowdy has 90 calories. As I mentioned before, some variants of Rowdy might be an exception and contain an amount less than this. More details regarding these are in the flavors section.

This amount might be a hindrance depending upon your lifestyle.

The daily consumption limit of calories advised by the NHS is 2500 for men and 2000 for women, so compared to this, the 90 calories in Rowdy are almost non-existent.

If you’re looking for some ways to lose weight and are on a diet plan, this amount may be too high for you.

It would be best if you considered looking into the Cotton Candy flavor of Rowdy, which only contains five calories, or maybe even look at some calorie-free brands!

However, if you’re a fit adult who regularly eats a healthy diet and does workouts, 90 calories are pretty insignificant and will burn off with ease.

Sugar in Rowdy

Every 473mL can of Rowdy contains 18 grams of sugar.

To put things into perspective, the daily limit of sugar you should adhere to is only 30 grams; the amount in Rowdy is about 60% of this.

Overdosing on sugar will cause a sugar overload and crashes. To find out more about this, watch the video below:

Are Sweeteners in Rowdy Safe?

Splenda packets
Splenda is a popular sweetener: Sucralose.

Along with regular sugar, Rowdy also contains several added sweeteners to further amplify its drink’s taste.

While most other competitor energy drink brands usually use artificial sweeteners, Rowdy boasts that their drink contains 100% naturally sourced sweeteners.

The added sweeteners and their possible impacts on your health are provided below.

Allulose

Allulose, also known as D-Psicose, is widely used by food and beverage manufactures as a low-calorie sweetener.

Allulose is naturally found in various substances including, figs, raisins, molasses, and maple syrup.

It is mainly safe to consume if taken in moderate amounts. Few individuals who are sensitive to it might be exceptions.

Monk Fruit Extract

Monk Fruit Extract is 100-250 times sweeter than regular sugar. The Monk fruit is a rounding shape usually found in South East Asia, also called “Buddha Fruit.”

Its consumption product history can be traced back to China, where it was added to medicine.

The Monk Fruit’s use as a sweetener only began recently when the FDA approved its use in food products in 2010.

Stevia Extract

Stevia is another nonnutritive sweetener, and this means that it contains low to no calories.

Stevia extract is roughly 200 times sweeter than sugar.

The impact of Stevia on your health remains inconclusive to this day, and it is safe to say, however, that like any other food product, the amount of Stevia you consume primarily decides if you will face any adverse health effects.

Rowdy Electrolyte Blend

Rowdy also comes with several essential nutrients that will replenish electrolytes within you, and these carry out a range of functions, including regulating muscle contractions and keeping you hydrated.

Potassium Citrate

Potassium Citrate is widely used as a medicine to make your urine less acidic. Other uses are to treat the kidney stone condition.

Sodium Citrate

Sodium Citrate also has similar functions to Pottasium Citrate. It makes the urine more alkaline when needed and can be used to treat or prevent kidney stones.

It also makes your body healthier and reduces the toxins present within you.

Magnesium Citrate

Magnesium Citrate can treat constipation and detoxify your intestines.

However, you must note your intake of Magnesium Citrate as it has some severe side effects; these can range from abdominal pain, rectal bleeding, and bloody stool discharge.

Flavors of Rowdy Energy Drink

Rowdy comes in ten unique flavors, each with varying amounts of sugar and calories. All the flavors and their essential nutrition information are given below.

Rowdy cans stacked on top of each other

1. Blue Rasberry

  • Calories: 5
  • Total Sugar: 0 grams

2. Grape

  • Calories: 80
  • Sugar: 18 grams

3. Cherry Limade

  • Calories: 90
  • Sugar: 18 grams

4. Orange Citrus

  • Calories: 90
  • Sugar: 18 grams

5. Strawberry Lemonade

  • Calories: 5
  • Sugar: 0 grams

6. Chiseled Ice

  • Calories: 5
  • Sugar: 0 grams

7. Peach Mango

  • Calories: 5
  • Sugar: 0 grams

8. Cotton Candy

  • Calories: 5
  • Sugar: 0 grams

9. Sour Green Apple

  • Calories: 5
  • Sugar: 0

Rowdy Energy Drink Alternatives

Rowdy offers many great benefits. Some of its flavors contain fewer calories which is beneficial for those with diabetes and other underlying conditions.

However, if Rowdy isn’t up your alley, then here are a few suggestions:

Other notable energy drinks

Final Thoughts

I particularly like that Rowdy provides varieties in its lineup, making them suitable for all kinds of people.

Its ingredients, especially caffeine, also come in moderate portions that will allow you to maximize the drink’s benefits without worrying about side effects.

If you’re working out to lose weight, you can go for the five calories and zero sugar option, and it will give you a significant energy boost without the added calories.

People who have diabetes can also implement Rowdy into their diet after consulting with a doctor.

It is essential to note that you drink Rowdy in moderate amounts and not overdo it to avoid adverse health effects.

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About Adrian Carter

Adrian writes about energy drinks and their ingredients to shine a light on the facts behind the brand names.

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