Bubbles verbally fought off of the freshly unveiled fluid. Its taste is surprisingly influenced more by Red Bull than so its siblings, with an extremely gummy lacquer that leads up to the familiar taste of apple, with a slight vanillin subterranean. The latter is listless and tastes chemically actualized, however the two secondary thankfully refrain from corrupting the ascending apple with either of their unpleasant characteristics, although that isn't to insinuate that the fruit was pleasing beforehand. There's a slight sourness to it, though it doesn't consummate the authentic degree of the such, but the fruit acquires most of its meager verisimilitude in the sweetness. The experience is abundantly sacchariferous and the apple partially thrives within, however the sugariness eventually plays too rough and injures the easily bruised fruit. The immoderate sweetness, though, is well done regardless, with it evincing some unexpected robustness, but one won't forget that there's no sugar while drinking. Overall, Impulse Extreme Sugar Free's taste is absent of individuality, and it is by no means anything that consumers will suffer through more than once.
There's caffeine, vitamin C, several B vitamins, inositol, and taurine. From this there was a surprising kick, that was potent enough to provide a three or so hour buzz. It was sharply felt and climaxed quickly, and positively there wasn't a crash. All in all, yes Impulse Extreme Sugar Free is potent for its size but it's also tasteless, and whether or not it is recommended is according to where your priorities lie.