The picture does a poor job at showing this, but there's a small two hovering over the flavour indication "Pomegranate," which I can't make sense of, unless the pomegranate flavouring is a sequel. Tweaker Pomegranate(or Tweaker Pomegranate 2) comes in an average size shot bottle and sports a design that would be clean if it wasn't littered with text. Twice is too many when naming the alleged flavour and the supposed extreme nature of the product, and this is just on the front of the label; it remarks the prior two even more on the back of the bottle. But regardless, I do like the red and black colour scheme, and with some cleaning up the label would become much more attractive.
I initially didn't admire Tweaker Pomegranate's taste. It begins with a rather full bodied pomegranate that's followed coarsely and quickly by an acerbic sweetness that's chemically bitter to the taste. The fruit has a mild tartness that gives it a realistic edge that's much appreciated in dissuading some of the attention from the proceeding unpleasantness. Thankfully though, much like many shots the caustic acidity is deciduous and dissipates greatly after first taste, and it abates even more with each succeeding sip. Now detectable is that the saccharinity is convivial with the aforementioned fruit, however the more you focus upon it the less it approximates pomegranate and the more it resembles cranberry. As the liquid resides within your mouth, the stern of aqueous solution is thick and gelatinous, and along with the overall sweetness the fluid tastes and feels overly sugary and syrupy. Flavours of cherry and blueberry, both enjoying the level of sweetness, are noticeable just before the formerly described viscosity, however before they can evolve their strength and imbue much of their individual and distinct tang and taste, they're lost in the following viscidity. Overall, Tweaker Pomegranate began less appetizing than it soon became, and although I have come across better tasting shots, I have also sampled far worse.
Tweaker Pomegranate's kick was slightly stronger than I expected. I had a bit longer than a three hour buzz, and the degree of energy was more laudable than many of the recent shots I've reviewed. Each bottle contains: caffeine, ginseng, and vitamin B 12. Overall, Tweaker Pomegranate follows the path of many energy shots before it, and it mostly succeeds in doing the usual, however it isn't thick with much creativity or originality.