Kronik Low Carb Entourage proves that orange is tough utilize in the aggressive manner that the rest of the can tries so hard to achieve. It doesn't help that the colour looks rather dull and lacks any sort of visual stimulation, but if they had given the orange a grim edge it may of helped them accomplish what is expected of it. And now that you're bored with the can, it is realized that the design is actually quite cluttered and looks unorganized, with no real sense of flow depicted.
The flavour begins of a sweetly natural blood orange taste that's robust and full bodied, and although it gently increases in strength, it ultimately shows self restraint. There's a bit of a subtle mango note below the former, but it's mostly masked by a decently stronger papaya taste. Both the prior fruits are tangy and are sweetened accordingly to nature. A pear and peach braid intertwines with the said mango note, and the three's strength are balanced equally and enjoyably, and this alloy eventually absorbs the previously stronger papaya. This adds a deep complex to the flavour as a whole, and each of the four slowly provide their distinct tang that adds only more depth. There's a bubbly zest of carbonation that tickles the back of the said fruity blend, and this signifies a near of completion for the experience. The sweetness remains fairly accurate throughout the entirety of the flavour, and while it will probably not fool anyone for fully sugared, the drink's use of abstract intricacy and zaftig fruits distracted me at least from the absent of actual sugar.
I've never felt impressively kicked by the line as a whole, and there's only around a two and a half hour buzz. Each can contains: several B vitamins, caffeine(150mg), taurine, guarana, ginseng, and inositol. All in all, Kronik Low Carb Entourage stresses a wonderfully enjoyable sugar free taste that is easily its only highlight.