Repp Sports Raze Energy Galaxy Burst Review


Galaxy Burst – Going into this flavor and seeing a yellow can I had no idea what Galaxy Pop was supposed to mean. After taking my first sip this instantly reminded me of starburst candy. Your taste buds are consumed by cherry, lime, lemon, and orange flavors. Raze is not heavily carbonated like a Bang Energy drink, so the flavors leave a very long lasting and refreshing aftertaste. The medley of flavors is done in a very good fashion with none of them overpowering each other. If you enjoy a mixture of tangy, tart, and sweet flavors the trifecta is clearly noted when it hits your taste buds. Raze has a few other flavors in the works, but they continue to improve the more flavors they pump out!


~300mg Caffeine
Hydration Matrix – Taurine & Potassium Citrate
Performance Blend – Betaine (Hydration & Cellular Concentration)
LCLT (Recovery)
BCAA’s (Additional Free Form Amino Acids)
Focus Matrix – L-Tyrosine, Choline, Alpha GPC (Nootropics for cognitive enhancement and mental clarity)

The prices on REPP Sports Raze energy drink will vary depending on promotion. These retail at $30 for a case of 12. I have seen them drop to 20-30% off from time to time. Therefore it would make them $21-24/Case of 12 cans. When you break down the cost per can it can come out to around $1.75/Can, which is very reasonable on the energy drink market. If you want to wait to try these in a local B&M you may pay upward to $3 a can before investing in cases.

1. Sour Gummy Worms
2. Galaxy Burst
3. Phantom Freeze
4. Grape Bubblegum
5. Guava Mango
6. Watermelon Frost
7. Strawberry Colada

Comparing other energy drinks

If you favor pure flavor → Bang
If you favor a coffee replacement, afternoon get me up, and well-rounded energy drink → C4 Carbonated
If you favor pure energy and focus → Hyde Power Potion
If you favor a strong long lasting energy drink → Repp Sports Raze
If you favor a fully-fledged pre-workout carbonated beverage → C4 Ultimate Carbonated