The regular version was too corporate a punch, a boring experience without depth and with zero creativity. This diet interpretation is an incredible sugar free simile to the original, equally lethargic a brew who only passes by being impressively sweetened. There is still not much of the promised blood orange flavor, only a soft citrus semblance lost within a cliche cocktail of cherries and guava. It is not a smooth drink, rather a roughly bubbly broth of gruff fruits with a strident stitching. This is a dull drink who sips sluggishly without enthusiasm, and although certainly not a bad drink, you cannot help your lust for much more.
Each can contains: guarana, caffeine (160mg), taurine, some B vitamins, inositol, and ginseng. The buzz lasted some time under four hours, with surprising jitters though without a crash. In a pinch Talon Sugar Free Blood Punch would do, and I would pick it up over the original calorie bomb any day, but in the end it is just too unremarkable.