To be honest, all of the ample available sips are rather pleasant, with its light citrus taste barely breaking out of that of the green tea. Everything is surprisingly smooth, almost incredibly so, and large gulps ensue and finish the twenty three ounces fast. There is an edge of tartness to the sweet taste of mango, though it is a dissatisfying depiction of the tropical favourite. Lemon is present as well, a bit more potent to the tongue, and it benefits from the latter's acidic characteristic. I'd even wager the simple presence of guava, and the restrictively rough texture gives the three tastes a pulp allusion that is easily their only essence of authenticity. Things are surely sugary, some from honey but mostly from high fructose corn syrup, however the experience basks in the saccharinity almost proudly, and the expected syrupy finish is playfully present and does not keep one from ever taking the next sip. Overall, Arizona Rx Energy's flavour is one that is unashamed to be such a guilty pleasure.
Each can gets you 115mg of caffeine, guarana, ginseng, and vitamins A,C, and E. This bland blend could not ever dream of giving a junkie their daily fix, providing nothing but an hour, maybe hour and a half long buzz. All in all, Arizona Rx Energy is a tasty mess of uneven quality.