This isn't carbonated but it is sugared, something of a first for this spin off line. The drink reeks of absolutely nothing, but the taste is as distinct if not as unfocused as its can. There is an abundance of commotion to each sip, and the famously fatty fruit is oily textured and slippery at times. The actual flavour is mild, though, and is that of actual coconut water, each can being ten percent, and is comparably sweet to any found in your supermarket's Latin foods aisle. Each exposure to the rather bland thickness, however, impairs the casualness of the experience, as it overwhelms and forces one to suffer slowly through the mostly niche and somewhat mainstream flavour. Rockstar Coconut Water does in fact taste like what its name warns of, but it won't change your, or my, existing opinion of the fad beverage.
Each can of this novelty contains: 160mg of caffeine, taurine, ginseng, and various B vitamins. The ten percent juice is most likely there for its "hydration" gimmick, though the small percentage doubtfully does much good, and it probably doesn't aid in its three or so hour long buzz. In the end, I'm sorry Rockstar, but you do not have a lovely bunch of coconuts.