Pouring out a dark crimson, any thicker and Roger Corman will be buying gallons for his next CGI cheese-fest. The flavor is all too ordinary however, a fair punch who offers absolutely nothing new. The fruit medley consists of mostly cherry, soured indefinitely and acutely sweetened. Lime looms in vaguely, giving the harsh acidity some dimension. The predominate is elaborated by notes of guava and complicated by hints of orange, the latter a stock citrus taste not particularly honest to the blood variety. Overall, the are numberless energy punches and Talon's stab is bloody average.
The average kick averaged three hours thanks to: caffeine (160mg), inositol, B vitamins, guarana, ginseng, and taurine. All in all, Talon Blood Punch is a shamelessly safe effort from a company I thought was better.