The first sip surprised me, however not in a breathtaking fashion, as while there definitely is much orange flavour to discuss, things are consistently tart and coarsely powdered. The fruit, which one could argue is more of a tangerine, initially displays no sense of artificiality, with it tasting only naturally sweet and indirectly robust to the tongue. Following is a steady increase of sweetness, a loose grain sugariness that smoothly but suddenly instills both a textural personality and a subsequent nectarous quality. And while the citrus is now greatly honeyed, it carries over its former authenticity and now is just a highly sweetened genuine flavour and not an imitation candy taste. But we do have to mention that the overall saccharinity, while it does a generally admiral job at its job, does leave behind a sticky syrupiness that's mild but continually cloying. It is not entirely detrimental to the experience, but it take my praise down a few notches.
Each can contains: caffeine(197mg), taurine, various B vitamins, inositol, and guarana. The cocktail provided four hours of energy, a kick that didn't provide any jitters. Overall, Relentless Fire doesn't break ground, but it's worth more than the seventy cents I paid.