Where is Organique made?

Organique Energy's ingredients are sourced from sustainable and small-scale farmers from the Brazilian Amazon and the drink is produced in the Southern Brazil.

What makes Organique different from other energy drinks? 

First of all, as you can tell by the name, all ingredients are organic and unique. One of the most important facts, is that one does not provides the negative side effects compared non-organic energy drinks. Shaking, restlessness and a sugar dip, afterwards, are some of the symptoms that most people do not experience with Organique. 
Also, the product is made in Brazil, and the ingredients consist of the three best powerfruits, the natural sources of caffeine: Acai, Mate and Guarana. Those ingredients are a boost for your energy and health, and the combination of the three makes it a special energy drink. 

What certifications does Organique have?

Organique is certified by:
USDA Organic
BR -BIO-154 Brazil Agriculture
Canada Organique
Brazilian official organic regulatory system
Please see our website for more information regarding the specific details about the certifications.

Does one can of Organique contain Sodium or Taurine, artificial ingredients or preservatives? 

No, Organique is 100% natural, not containing any of those. 

How much sugar does one can of Organique contain?

One can of Organique contains 28 grams of sugar. Obviously, these are natural sugars coming from organic sugar cane, which is important to provide energy for athletic lifestyle consumers.

How much caffeine does one can contain?

80mg per can. This amount is comparable to most non-organic energy drinks, and it is much less than a cup of coffee. 

Is the amount of caffeine in energy drinks dangerous?

Most of energy drinks contains a smaller caffeine amount than a regular cup of brewed coffee. Caffeine has been safely consumed for ages, and the quantity of one can no dangerous effects. 

Is combining energy drinks with alcohol dangerous?

In December 2012, COT published a report concluding that “the current balance of evidence does not support a harmful toxicological or behavioral interaction between caffeine and alcohol.”