Our SuddenRush shots which contain guarana, come in three varieties, which differ in flavor (raspberry, caramel, passion fruit) and strength (X-Strong = 200mg caffeine, Strong = 165mg caffeine, Bio-Medium = 110mg caffeine). Ingredients as well as nutritional values are shown in the charts.
GUARANA & KOFFEIN
Guarana (paulina cupana) is a climbing plant that thrives only in the rainforests of South America.
The guarana bean contains more natural caffeine than any other plant. The energy it contains is delivered to the body gently and for several hours.
HOW DO YOU TAKE SUDDENRUSH?
Take the shot alone or mix it into drinks as well as into your muesli etc.
You should consume a maximum of 400 mg of caffeine (e.B. two X-Strong ampoules) per day.
HOW DOES SUDDENRUSH GUARANA TASTE?
Du kannst den Shot pur trinken oder in Getränke sowie in dein Müsli etc. mischen.
Pro Tag solltest du maximal 400 mg Koffein (z. B. zwei X-Strong-Ampullen) konsumieren.
WIE SCHMECKT DIR SUDDENRUSH GUARANA?
The bitter taste of guarana may be a bit unfamiliar at the beginning, but you will get used to it after taking it several times.
We leave guarana as untouched as possible to preserve all its qualities.
We only add natural flavours such as raspberry, caramel or passion fruit, creating the unique SuddenRush taste.
Our BPA-free polyethylene (PE) ampoules are made from over 95% recyclable material.
Our producer emphasizes that the ampoules are manufactured, packaged and delivered in a sustainable and environmentally friendly working environment to improve environmental performance and environmental quality.
Since 2013, we have been working with the DIN ISO 50001 energy management system and focusing on an energy-saving overall concept for air-conditioning, SHEV and daylight technology as well as heat recovery. In detail, this means:
- Co2-free heating technology (no fossil fuels) & LED lighting in the production facilities
- Conversion to electric, energy-saving production and metalworking machines
- Environmentally friendly ventilation systems
- Optimization of the compressor environment
- Renewal of the material conveying system
- Continuous improvement of the building insulation
Overall, PE requires the least energy of all possible types of packaging in terms of production, transport and distribution, and thus currently still performs best in terms of energy balance from an ecological point of view.
Nevertheless, we are constantly on the lookout for new packaging options to further minimize our ecological footprint.