Celsius is a pre-exercise energy drink, but more importantly they focus on being a healthy energy drink. They use a high level of vitamins that when combined help increase metabolism to increase on a higher lever your fat burn while still giving you the energy you need to burn that fat while exercising. "Burn 100 more calories per serving." The vitamins and minerals found in Celsius are: Ginger, Calcium, Chromium, all B vitamins, Vitamin C, and Green Tea with EGCG. This is a supplement, not something to be used without exercise. 3 types of Celsius energy drinks are redily available in different quantities. Carbonated drinks come in 3 flavors: Sparkling Cola, Sparkling Orange, and Sparkling Wild Berry. Non-carbonated drinks come in 2 flavors: Mango Peach Green Tea, and Raspberry Green Tea. And the powered On the Go Sticks are only in the Orange flavor.
Now for our vacation time, and an excellent time to pass on the cans of energy drinks to my husband while he works, trains, and drives. I decided to bring the drinks with me. My husband tried the Peach Mango Green Tea. He had the same complaint as me that it was gross. While on vacation we tried to get my Father-In-Law to drink a Celsius Sparkling Cola but he wouldn't touch it, even though he loves Coke, Dr. Pepper and Pepsi.
Pros: love the On the Go Sticks, love the flavors of the energy drinks in the cans
Cons: don't like the energy drinks in the cans, neither the Sparkling nor the Green Tea options