ZOA Energy Adds 2 New Flavors

Energy drink is distributed by Molson Coors, backed by Dwayne Johnson
White Peach and Tropical Punch ZOA
Photograph courtesy of ZOA Energy

WASHINGTON —ZOA Energy is adding two flavors to its portfolio of beverages: White Peach and Tropical Punch.

The carbonated energy drinks have zero sugar and are made with antioxidants, a unique blend of vitamins and natural caffeine. Washington, D.C.-based ZOA is formulated to support healthy immunity while improving concentration, supplementing amino intake and boosting energy levels, according to the company.

The drink was created by Dany Garcia, Dave Rienzi and John Shulman and actor and retired professional wrestler Dwayne Johnson.

“As passionate fitness enthusiasts, we wanted a better-for-you alternative for our daily energy kick that also tasted amazing and didn’t leave us crashing at the end of the day,” Garcia said. “As entrepreneurs, we wanted to bring to life something that anyone can use and experience its efficacy on a daily basis.”

Molson Coors Beverage Co., Chicago, signed an exclusive distribution deal to launch ZOA, which hit shelves in March 2021. The 16-ounce cans also come in Original, Super Berry, Lemon Lime, Wild Orange and Pineapple Coconut flavors.

White Peach and Tropical Punch will be available for purchase for $29.98 for a 12-pack. The products can be found at, Amazon and on shelves at convenience stores like Speedway, Circle K, EG America and more.

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