The advertised thirty five calories, thanks to using modest amounts of both actual juice and sugar, breath fresh life into a rather humdrum flavour genre. She sips with refreshing ease, and the experience's gentle handling of the fruits is a great change of pace from what is ordinarily done. The berries do not example much strength, and they instead relax on the tongue with a lethargic lack of their usual blunt or sourness. It is a bit watery, however, particularly following the taste's zenith, perhaps a bit too strongly for it to feel intentional. Things are succeeded by a somewhat thick tartness who abridges the overall flavour, a grainy complex who provides texture to an otherwise thin consistency. Whether or not this is the best tasting Go Girl yet is debatable, but it certainly would be easy to argue.
Again the caffeine content is only sixty five, giving a mediocre kick who's strength was not unlike a bottle of some sodas. Other ingredients include: taurine, inositol, and B vitamins. Overall, Go Girl Pomegranate Blueberry Tea is as good of an energy drink one can be relying purely on taste.