The flavour is woefully dry, lacking a firm sweetness to numb the slight herbal bite that accompanies each unpleasant sip. Perhaps it is more of a medicinal pungency, a slyly mild finish that solely stumbles the experience. Otherwise, the grape taste itself is not too shabby, a bafflingly basic flavour that does not suffer much from either the limited saccharinity or its own doltish simplicity. There are notes of lime and lemon, bland little flavours not lost with the calorie reduction but rather within the organic sapour. On the whole, this is a weight conscious demake of a drink that was only decent tasting to begin with.
There was nothing spectacular about this three hour buzz. There were the onset of jitters, but positively there was no crash. Each can contains: caffeine(160mg), some B vitamins, guarana, taurine, ginseng, and D-ribose. All in all, AMP Boost Grape is as unfocused and incomplete as what it replaces.