Wide Awake Energy Mints
Wide Awake Energy Mints are sugar-free breath mints but with added caffeine, taurine, and B vitamins.
The main sweetener in these peppermint flavored mints is xylitol which is recommended by dentists as a way to fight dental cavities and gum disease as long as a person has at least 5 exposures to xylitol daily.
Wide Awake Energy Mints Review
The company recently sent us some samples of Wide Awake Energy Mints for review.
I'm a fan of energy mints and often use them during travel and during my outdoor adventures. They're highly portable and provide a nice caffeine lift when drinking a coffee isn't an option. On big hikes, an energy mint can really help me push through those last several miles.
Therefore, I was excited to try Wide Awake Mints because it's a product I use and unlike other energy mints I've tried, this brand is sweetened with xylitol which is something my dentist recently recommended.
Wide Awake Mints have a strong peppermint flavor and do a good job of freshening the breath.
However, my only complaint with these energy mints is that they are pretty soft and dissolve a bit too quickly for my liking. I like to be able to savor the mint a little longer.
As for effect, Wide Awake delivers on its promise and provides a noticeable lift. I do like the fact that each mint contains only 50 mg of caffeine which allows a person to control their dosage a little better than the 100 mg mints I've used in the past.
Wide Awake Mints also contain taurine and an assortment of B-vitamins which aren't immediately perceived by the user but can have a more long-term effect on energy levels.
Overall, Wide Awake Energy Mints are a convenient choice for those that want a quick boost of energy while on the go.
These mints are intended for healthy adults only and should be consumed at a rate of no more than 4 mints per hour or 8 mints total daily to stay within the safe caffeine dose recommended for most healthy adults.
Ingredients in Wide Awake Energy Mints
Xylitol, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Caffeine, Taurine, Sorbitol, Niacin (Niacinamide), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin), Magnesium Stearate, Sucralose, Silicon Dioxide, Stearic Acid
How Does It Compare With Other Foods?
Caffeine per Item