The smells of fermented juice cascade out of the can, the cloudy heliotrope colored cocktail unimpressively decants from the shrink-wrapped transport. This Arizona fares far better upon opening gulp, a sharply tart liquid that splashes your palate with vigor, your entire mouth nearly wincing in surprise from the acidic cooler. The actual blend of fruits contains the usual suspects: mango, apple, pear, green grape, and pineapple, but it is a listless creation. Rather than tasting like a complex flavor, composed of many individual flavors, here everything is tasted adjacent each other, one after the other, giving the potation its only character. Things are non-carbonated, which give sips a heavy profile; the mouthfeel's corpulence comes from the coconut water, a thicker texture than anticipated, and something effervescence could have lightened up.
Each can contains B vitamins, vitamin C, guarana, teas, and 120 milligrams of caffeine. Potency is a bit weaker than you would want, but its a decent, hour and a half hour long one. On the whole, Fruit Punch Energy ends up being on the stronger entries from the Arizona brand.