The first sip left my mouth sodden with flavour and left me quite surprised, thanks to an uncommon taste who taunted my palate with its vague familiarity. You get a wallop of tart berries, namely black, blue, rasp, and cranberry: all crushed into a recognizable pulp, yet the identification any individual is obscured by the other's subtle idiosyncrasies. The fruits are indefinitely chalky and laugh in the face of realism; instead they are emphatically sour and unnaturally sweet. The acidity is pleasant, as is the saccharinity, however the latter does results in a slight chemical finish. It is an energetic experience, one with impressive verve and enthusiasm.
The buzz lasts four or so hours, and its potency is much like any in the line. Each can contains: caffeine(208mg), taurine, B vitamins, guarana, inositol, and ginseng. All in all, the xenergy line has historically been most comfortable with citruses, and this variety flaunts their flavour flexibility.