Moose Juice Energy Shot Review

Let’s take a look at the exciting new Energy Shots from fans favourite Muscle Moose! Known for providing us with incredibly tasty, protein packed puddings, as well as Moose Juice, we now have the Energy Shots to add to the party.

First things first, I feel like I need to stress that Muscle Moose have not claimed these to be pre-workout shots, so don’t expect a pocket rocket. Although if you are sensitive to caffeine the 200mg serving may well give you the energy, focus and drive found from taking a heaped scoop of your favourite pre-workout product.

I would place the Energy Shots around mid-table in terms of pre workout boosts. With a cup of coffee fighting relegation, and a double scoop of Mr Hyde as runaway champion, the Energy Shots would find themselves happy to survive, but not quite pushing for a playoff place. If you get me.


There are two flavours available, Grapetastic and the sassy Rainbow Candy. What does Rainbow Candy taste like anyway? It tastes like every fruity candy flavour you’ve ever tried, in a concentrated dose. It really is tasty. The Grapetastic flavour wasn’t quite as nice in my opinion, although still enjoyable. There is a sour kick with these shots, and I would recommend keeping them in the fridge!


The ingredient that is most effective as expected is caffeine, as mention this is 200mg per shot. Caffeine has been shown time and time again to increase energy and focus.

There is a 2:1 ratio of Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA) which totals 500mg. BCAA may increase protein synthesis therefore reducing muscle breakdown during intense exercise, although in these small quantities, results are likely to be minimal.

300mg of D-Glucuronalactone is included, this chemical is naturally produced in the liver, and may boost energy and remove harmful toxins from the body. As with the BCAA, these quantities may be too small for huge results.

Like with many energy drinks, the Muscle Moose Energy Shots contain 250mg of Taurine. Taurine has anti-oxidant effects and has been shown to reduce anxiety.

Other ingredients include L-Carnitine L-Tartrate, Choline, L-Tyrosine, Folic Acid and Vitamins B3, B6 and B12.


Overall, I would say the Muscle Moose Energy Shot is a useful tool which can be conveniently transported and used on the go. I would not like to rely on this as a pre-workout, however for somebody that doesn’t use a pre-workout often, the 200mg of caffeine would give them a boost of energy and lazar like focus.

Personally, I would take an Energy Shot before an exam, at halftime during a game of Rugby or in the afternoon as a pick me up.

Taking into account the great taste, the fact they’re ready to drink, and the ingredients, I would rate this product a 7/10.

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