There is no juice here, but the flavor is quite tasty. Forty nine grams of cane sugar oversweeten, but its graininess gives every imbibe a sort of textural nuance that is such a refreshing departure from the company's usual syrupiness. The citrus here is gentler this time around, a balanced blend of both lemon and lime, but the fruits themselves never taste distinct from the generic citrus blends offered from non-organic drinks. There is a hard edge to each sip, however, presumably from all the lack of your usual preservatives and all the organic ingredients, but it works here, its paltry twelve ounces offering the potent flavor in a shorter punch than usual sixteen. An overall delightful little experience.
Each can contains just 120 milligrams of caffeine. That is it for energy. Talk about getting right down to the point! Oh sure, there is a lot of sugar, and 200 calories to boot, but in a world where other supplements purport around as "energy" inducing, AMP Organic Citrus goes right for the stimulant that has been consumed since the 15th century. That I am a fan of.