Coffee Affection is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more.

How Much Caffeine Is In Juice Monster? 2024 Breakdown

Monster Energy Juice Aussie Style Lemonade

Caffeine (serving: 16 fl oz)
160 mg
Caffeine (mg / fl oz)
Caffeine strength

Energy drinks have become incredibly popular over the last few decades, spawning hundreds of new products. The purpose of a typical energy drink is to give you a boost of energy and mental clarity. Not surprisingly, energy drinks, including Juice Monster from Monster Energy, are the favorite of students, truckers, and anyone who needs to stay awake and concentrate (even if they’re exhausted).

To get the desired effect, energy drinks like Juice Monster add loads of caffeine to their products. How much caffeine is in Juice Monster? An 8-ounce can contains 152 milligrams (mg) of caffeine, about the same as three regular cups of black coffee. To learn more and see how Juice Monster compares to other energy drinks, coffee, and soft drinks, read on!

divider 3

How Much Caffeine Do Most Energy Drinks Contain?

The amount of caffeine in an energy drink can differ significantly from one energy drink to another. For example, while Juice Monster contains 152 milligrams of caffeine in 8 ounces of drink, Rockstar Xdurance contains a whopping 300 milligrams, the equivalent of 5 to 6 cups of black coffee! If you’re used to drinking a cup or two of coffee, the effects of an energy drink with 300 milligrams of caffeine will undoubtedly surprise you (and might overwhelm your senses).

hand holding juice monster in can

Caffeine Content of Energy Drinks

To better understand how much java you’ll get when you drink a certain energy drink, you can examine the easy-to-use chart below.

Energy Drink Caffeine Sugar Calories
Juice Monster 152 mg 28 grams 230 kcal
Rockstar Xdurance 300 mg 0 grams 10 kcal
Beyond Raw Lit 250 mg 0 grams 20 kcal
Bang energy drink 300 mg 0 grams 0 kcal
Celsius 200 mg 0 grams 10 kcal
C4 Energy 200 mg 0 grams 0 kcal
Ghost Energy 200 mg 0 grams 5 kcal
Monster energy drink 160 mg 54 grams 230 kcal
Mountain Dew Rise 180 mg 3 grams 25 kcal
NOCCO 180 mg 0 grams 12 kcal
NOS energy drink 160 mg 54 grams 200 kcal
Reign 300 mg 0 grams 10 kcal
Red Bull 80 mg 27 grams 110 kcal
Rockstar (original) 160 mg 63 grams 250 kcal
Zevia 120 mg 0 grams 0 kcal
ZOA 160 mg 0 grams 15 kcal

Caffeine Comparison of Juice Monster vs Coffee Drinks

If you’re a coffee fanatic like we are, you might wonder how your favorite coffee drink compares to Juice Monster regarding caffeine. The chart below shows that most coffee drinks have less caffeine. Indeed, only one coffee drink has more caffeine than Juice Monster, and it’s only slightly more.

Energy Drink Caffeine
Juice Monster 152 mg
Black Coffee 165 mg
Decaffeinated Coffee 2 to 5 mg
Cappuccino 75 mg
Cold Brew Coffee 155 mg
Espresso 75 mg
Flat White 130 mg
Frappuccino 65 mg
Iced Coffee 120 mg
Instant Coffee 63 mg
Latte Between 65 and 126 mg

divider 6

Juice Monster vs Soft Drinks

Soft drinks differ significantly from energy drinks like Juice Monster in that most have much less, or no, caffeine in their recipes.

Soft Drink Caffeine per can
Juice Monster 152 mg
Coca-Cola 34 mg
Diet Coke 46 mg
Dr.Pepper 41 mg
Ginger ale 0 mg
Mountain Dew 55 mg
Sprite 0 mg

All About Energy Drinks

What is an energy drink? By definition, an energy drink is made to give the drinker a boost of energy and mental clarity via several ingredients in its recipe, namely caffeine, sugar, and legal stimulants like taurine and guarana. Many use energy drinks instead of coffee to get a boost after getting out of bed in the morning. However, the primary users of energy drinks tend to be students, who use them to stay alert in school or during a long night of studying.

In the United States, the first energy drink, named Dr. Enuf, appeared on store shelves in 1949. By the time Red Bull rose to popularity, energy drinks had been around for quite some time. However, Red Bull saw the beginning of a new, stronger desire for energy drinks than ever before and is credited with starting the energy drink craze in the late 1990s that hasn’t abated.

juice monster on the ground

divider 6

Fun Facts About Juice Monster

There Are 34 Flavors

Monster Energy now has a whopping 34 flavors of energy drinks on the market, including Juice Monster.

Monster Is #2

Monster is the 2nd-best-selling energy drink on the market today, behind only Red Bull in popularity.

Juice Monster Has 28 Grams of Sugar

That’s equal to 7 teaspoons.

Monster Is A Bully

Monster beverage company uses “trademark bullying” to stay on top of the market.

Youll Never Find Any Discount Coupons for Monster

The company doesn’t believe in discounting the price of their products.

divider 3

Final Thoughts

Juice Monster is the latest trendy energy drink from Monster and has more “real fruit juice” than most other products. Of course, as an energy drink, it still has the requisite high level of caffeine (and more than its fair share of sugar too). Still,  many find Juice Monster Mango Loco (the only flavor) to be a refreshing, tasty drink that gives them a quick boost of energy and mental clarity.

Read More: 

Featured Image Credit: Amazon


Greg Iacono

Greg Iacono is a self-taught writer and former chiropractor who, ironically, retired early due to back problems. He spends his time writing scintillating content on a wide variety of subjects. Greg is also an accomplished video script writer known for his ability to take a complex subject and make it accessible for the layperson. Before retiring from chiropractic, Greg had clinics in 3 different countries, including the U.S., Belgium, and Peru. When not writing, Greg spends his time traveling, riding his motorcycle, and doting on his 7-year-old daughter, Valery. He also has a massive Lego city he built with his son, Alex, and is very proud of his daughter, Catherine, an accomplished graphic artist.

Read more

Related posts

Other Categories