Saturday, June 23, 2012

Killer Buzz Hybrid Energy Drink Review

There is always something better, but the red brings the best out of the Killer Buzz design and is the company's greatest visual work yet. I would like to see the vermilion darkened a bit, because as it stands it feels too soft, and although the shade struggles to make the logo pop, the colors are balanced among one another.

My nose smiled for the sweetish tartness of the cherry cologne, however aroma is a poor vessel for tasting. The flavor is initially much less of the billed 'mongrel mix of... berries' and is at first almost strictly cherry, with raspberry and cranberry acting as salt and pepper to the main dish. But this is not alike many of the many similarly flavored beverages, with an introverted domineering taste who drinks with little confidence and learns to exaggerate the supporting fruits. It analogues both an abstruse cherry pop and a threadbare fruit punch, the former when you are simply drinking it and the latter if you actually think about it. Thankfully, I was simply drinking it.

The killer buzz lasted four or so hours thanks to a cocktail of: seventeen amino acids, B vitamins, taurine, inositol, and 200 milligrams of caffeine. On the whole, Hybrid may be a solecistic soda, but that inconsistency gives it one wild personality.

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