One's first sip is pleasant, with its soft sparkling effervescence and clean fruit flavours of the anticipated benefiting hugely thanks to being twenty five percent juice. Some portion is from the pomegranate and raspberry, but the first two pieces are white grape and apple. Both are used often for cheaply expanding a product's proportion of fruit extract, but here they are pacifically welcome into the experience and help develop the namesake blend. Things are bit dry, however, even with Stevia and thirteen grams of sugar, and each imbibing swallows with a rough earthy bite consequently. It is appropriately present but is a tad distressing, and all throughout one can not help feel for things to be a bit sweeter. But overall, for a drink called a "Refresher," it was at least rather refreshing.
Each can contains: caffeine(fifty milligrams), ginseng, a couple B vitamins and that of C. The woeful content of the white stimulant is depressing, and the kick lasted under an hour; the kind of buzz that makes us energy freaks cry. In the end, Starbucks Refreshers Raspberry Pomegranate does taste pretty good, but it is not enough to even out its prostrate potency.