After several minutes and finally disestablishing the pry-off cap, my first sip immediately disappointed me. The flavour of Monster benefits nothing having been brewed, aside from the weaker effervescence and being somewhat smoother. It is the same cotton candy, vanilla, and gummy apple experience that no one today is a virgin to, completely chemical conceptions that are madly sweet and unduly uncreative. I finished the entire glass with relative ease however, but after drinking the same sugary Monster taste what seems like a dozen times, regardless as to whether it is concentrated, imported, Absolutely Zeroed, low carb, or brewed, the flavour still is not very good.
There is only about three or so hours of energy underneath the non-screw off cap, a big let down considering the price. Each can contains: caffeine, inositol, ginseng, taurine, B vitamins, guarana, and quercetin. In the end, Uber Monster Energy Brew is a willfully wonted beverage, an uneconomical bomb that seems to intentionally fall short of its self-proposed potential.