Each sip chokes thanks to the dieter's nightmare of seventy eight grams of sugar, with the resulting drink resembling flavoured corn syrup more so than anything else. Okay, well perhaps "flavoured" isn't the right word, as the resinous refreshment lacks any actual taste, at least any immediately specific, and instead pierces the tongue with bland saccharine shrapnel. Cherry, lime, and orange are, or at least can be, identified, all with a candy coating that masks their honest complexion and swap their possible distinctiveness for dumbfounding sameness. Things are carbonated but only to a certain extent, and it doesn't help lessen its weight as it swims across your tongue. Overall and unless you didn't already pick up on it, I did not like the taste of Chill Zone NRG Kick.
Other than the aforementioned stimulant, each bottle also contains various B vitamins, taurine, and inositol, with the kick being very much pedestrian, lasting less than three hours. In the end, hill Zone NRG Kick isn't worth its 310 calories or its budget price tag.