Food & Drink

“Dad Fuel: Hi-Ball Energy”

HiBall Energy completely changed my opinion when it comes to energy drinks. I first noticed them on the shelves of my local health food store. What initially brought my interest to HiBall Energy was their “energy water.” Sparkling water with an organic energy blend of caffeine, guarana, ginseng and B vitamins. These zero calorie, zero sugar drinks were incredibly delicious and packed a punch. I drink a lot of sparkling water, but really appreciated the addition of their organic energy blend. I thought for sure it was going to be “too good to be true” but was pleased to find that their choice sweetener was not some artificial chemical crap.

I tried the Wild berry sparkling energy water first and without any artificial flavors and chemicals, it tasted just like a sparkling water. It was crisp and refreshing. I was so stoked about this drink, I gave them a shout out on our Instagram just to let others know about my lucky find. Whether it is just to make it through the day after a long night of a crying baby, or to fuel you through your morning workout, I felt like I had stumbled upon a pot of gold. Finally an energy drink I could feel good about drinking.

As I looked further into the company I found that they also had a many different organic energy drink flavors like ginger ale, pomegranate açai, coconut water and many more. Again, these energy drinks are certified organic and made with a fair trade organic sugar. These are the type of things that set HiBall Energy apart from the other energy drinks on the market.

I feel like many other energy drinks are full of nothing more then “bull”, and only have the interests of a corporate “monster” in mind. For these reasons I really was never a fan of the energy drink craze. Now there is a drink on the market put out there by some good people with good ingredients.

These drinks were fantastic for an afternoon pick me up but it wasn’t until HiBall Energy let me know they had an organic, fair trade, 100% arabica cold brew coffee beverage, that I considered filtering them into my daily coffee ritual and morning routine. These rich and creamy coffees are made with organic fair trade cane sugar, organic fair trade coffee, and there caffeine is organic and naturally occurring. They also include their organic energy blend of ginseng, B vitamins, and guarana. With three flavors to choose from, plain coffee, mocha, or vanilla, these are the perfect treat and a great way to snag your coffee on the go. If you aren’t a fan of cold coffee, drink one to give you the energy to make your regular pot of Joe. If you’re anything like me, you will quickly become a convert.

When we put out a product review on Modern Day Dads, our only interest is in sharing things that we actually can feel good about. Caffeine has long since been a tradition (uhh..addiction) not only on our site, but with new dads an old dads alike. I am the first to admit that caffeine is an integral part of my day and these energy drinks have become much more than a midday pick me up.

Never one to endorse chemically laden garbage, these drinks are absolutely out of this world. In fact, if it weren’t for my local health food store I may never have found out about them. It’s been an absolute caffeinated pleasure to have connected with HiBall Energy. It might be that I am riding into an extreme caffeine high, but I just really couldn’t be more excited to be able to share these drinks with you all. I am not denying the need for energy drinks or the necessity of a liquid delivery system of caffeine, quite frankly, caffeine is what keeps my world spinning. When it comes to making the choice for your energy drink, I implore you to go with an organic one made with a fair trade organic sugar, and an organic energy blend. HiBall Energy is what fits the bill. It’s good energy and it certainly gets the job done.

Scoop some up for yourself here:

*I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.*



Leave a Reply