CAFFEINE CONTENT: 162 MILLIGRAMS PER 16 OUNCE CAN.
RATING: 7.5 OUT OF 10.
Today I will be taking a look at the low calorie, zero carb, and sugar free version of Go Fast, named Go Fast Light. When I cracked open the can and took a sip, I realized that the flavor was the traditional Go Fast flavor, which is a lemon-citrus, but it was partially ruined by the artificial flavor sucralose. It had that "diet" flavor to it. Those of you who drink Diet Coke will know what I'm talking about. It actually says "with no diet aftertaste" right on the can, and I have to disagree. However, for a diet energy drink it isn't that bad, but I'd rather have a Monster Lo-Carb or Rockstar Zero Carb. Go Fast does in fact have an extensive list of energy ingredients. Per can it has 200 percent daily value of riboflavin, 200 percent daily value of vitamin b3, 300 percent daily value of vitamin b6, 260 percent daily value of vitamin b12, 200 percent daily value of pantothenic acid, 2,000 milligrams of taurine, 182 milligrams of ribose, 162 milligrams of caffeine, 500 milligrams of ginseng extract, 150 milligrams of guarana extract, 150 milligrams of gingko extract, 50 milligrams of inositol, and 100 milligrams of milk thistle herb extract. A total of over 3,000 milligrams of energy inducing ingredients. It's always nice when an energy drink states their caffeine content right in the nutrition facts. Anyway, let's move on to the kick. About 20 to 30 minutes after consuming the 16 ounce beverage, I started to feel a medium boost of energy. It stayed like that for roughly 3 or 4 hours and had no crash. Overall, Go Fast Light doesn't bring anything no to the table, and I would rather have a Monster Lo-Carb. 7.5 out of 10.