It's a bit obvious considering the graphic insignias on the can, but the flavour is intended to taste of blueberry, strawberry, and blackberry, and it thankfully does. But what's impressive is how the blue and the blackberry appreciate the other, and they resultantly appear almost as one. They're at least noticed simultaneously, and although the two personalities certainly allude to one another, they still withhold enough of their own identity. The blueberry is robust to taste, perhaps the most of the group, followed closely by the complementing blackberry. The taste of the former, lighter coloured fruit is deepened by that of the darker berry, who's flavour is thus broadened by that of the prior. The strawberry, however, is the least involved of the ternary, with it never exactly playing with the others. It materializes alongside its neighbors, but it unfortunately chooses to wonder passingly instead of further evolving. The experience otherwise evokes emotion from the two more successful berries, and thankfully the general flavour doesn't suffer much from the one unfocused fruit.
Each can contains: caffeine(200mg), taurine, guarana, inositol, and various B vitamins. The kick lasted four hours, typical for the line but not exactly typical for energy drinks in general, at least not yet. Problems and all, 3-Way is the best newly released rip it I've had in a long while.