Do you love energy drinks? Perhaps are you looking for a way to get a shot of energy without all of that extra sugar? If so, then you are the target market for Boomer Juice. While any energy drink that comes in a “healthy” sugar-free version will suffice, many still prefer the white can of Monster juice.
The original Boomer Juice is the sizeable white can that is low on sugar and carbs and features a large silver “M” on the front for Monster. This post unpacks the meaning and origin of this expression.
Older adults are known for declining many of the high sugar, high-calorie options offered by energy drinks today. The term Boomer juice means an energy drink that is either low sugar or no sugar. If you hear the term Boomer Juice, it just means a better version of any popular adrenaline-boosting beverage on the market. The original version was released by the Monster brand and came in a white can with the trademarked “M” on the front.
Many companies came out with other sugar-free options that the boomer generation also enjoyed, but the big white can was the most popular and the one who started it all. Plenty of companies offer healthy versions of their energy-boosting drinks that have low or no carbs, and little to no sugar. Traditionally it is older adults who prefer Boomer juice, but there are plenty of younger people who are looking to curb their sugar consumption that enjoy it as well. More information can be found in the video (here).
“Boomer juice is a great pick-me-up without all of the sugar.”
“Has anyone here heard of Boomer juice?”
“Can you pick me up a can of Boomer juice when you stop at the gas station?”
“My mom and dad both love to drink Boomer juice.”
The phrase Boomer juice came from a meme in the Oomer Wojak series. The meme is a drawn older person who is holding a can of White Monster Energy Drink. The figure is in what is considered the natural habitat of a person from the Boomer generation, namely their front driveway in front of their car or garage. This meme was posted on 4Chan for the first time in 2018, specifically on May 4th.
Monster energy drinks started in 2002 when the monster energy drink company released some of its first energy drinks. One of the options was a big white can that featured no carbs and no sugar. Being health conscious but still wanting a pick-me-up that wasn’t coffee, baby boomers reached for the original boomer juice, the all-white monster energy drink can.
Phrases Similar to Boomer Juice
- Energy drink
- Boomer drink
- Old folks booster
- Ensure on speed
Phrases Opposite to Boomer Juice
- Energy booster
- Red Bull
- Wings drink
- Pick me up
What is the Correct Saying?
- Boomer juice
Ways People May Incorrectly Say Boomer Juice
There isn’t a way to incorrectly say this phrase as it refers to precisely one type of drink or style of drink. However, some may refer to an incorrect type of drink when using this phrase. Some examples are:
- Hey, can you pick up one of those Red Bulls in the regular can? I love that Boomer juice.
- I don’t know why you drink Boomer juice, it’s full of sugar and carbs.
- Young people tend to drink Boomer juice more often than the rest of us.
- Boomer juice will make you get fat since it has so much sugar and calories.
Acceptable Ways to Phrase Boomer Juice
- Are you going to drink the rest of your boomer juice?
- Don’t forget our boomer juice out of the fridge before you leave.
- How many cans of boomer juice do you have left?
- If you are looking for something that will give you energy without calories, try boomer juice.
- I hate the taste of boomer juice, without sugar it is just bitter and hard to swallow.