100 Thieves has entered the energy drink scene with its very own beverage line, Juvee — a brand that’s meant to leave fans feeling refreshed and ‘rejuvenated.’ Here, we’ll show you exactly where to buy it and what flavors are available.
In February 2021, 100 Thieves signed a partnership with Rockstar Energy, leading fans to believe they might see a collaborative drink between the two.
Just months later, however, eagle-eyed fans of 100 Thieves noticed that the sprawling esports and entertainment organization had filed a trademark under the name ‘JUVEE.’
15 months after their trademark filing, 100 Thieves unleashed their very own brand of energy drink into the world: Juvee.
What is 100 Thieves’ Juvee drink?
According to a statement from 100 Thieves CEO Matt ‘Nadeshot’ Haag and business partner Sam Keene, Juvee isn’t supposed to be your average energy drink.
Rather than amping players up for an all-nighter of hardcore gaming, Juvee represents a more “refreshing” and “playful” take on the energy drink scene with a slew of extra ingredients for “health and well-being.”
“We’ve created a new energy drink that was built completely on our terms and catered to our community’s lifestyle and interests, which are all centered around the joy of ‘play,’” Nadeshot said in a statement.
“Launching Juvee is a lifelong dream of mine that I know will enhance the experience of not only our world-class gaming creators and competitors but anyone who’s passionate about having more energy to do the things they love.”
How to get 100 Thieves Juvee energy drink
Fans in the United States will be able to purchase Juvee at its official website and through the GoPuff delivery service.
How much does Juvee cost?
Currently, Juvee retails for $3 per can or $36 per twelve-pack.
All Juvee flavors
Thus far, Juvee boasts three flavors. These include:
- Tropical Crush
- Kiwi Strawberry
- Watermelon Lime
Juvee nutrition facts
Each 12oz can contain 5 calories, zero sugar, and 128 mg of caffeine, as well as B Vitamins, Taurine, L-Theanine, Panax Ginseng or Maca Root, and Vitamin C.
In comparison to other influencer energy bevs, Juvee boasts a middling amount of caffeine — for example, Addison Rae’s Alani Energy flavor contains 200 mgs of caffeine by comparison, while Bryce Hall and Josh Richard’s Ani Energy has just 75 mgs.