It smells like water, perhaps with a touch of plastic, and it tastes like water, again with perhaps a touch of plastic. It is clean without the taste of any other impurities or minerals, and is refreshing like Adam's ale always is. But while on a functionality level the drink works, one cannot help but ponder the missed opportunity for something flavored. At $1.99 it is expensive considering it is only H20 and "oxygen," a useless investment for something available in bubblers and on tap across America. Are my criticisms directed more at bottled waters in general and not Wat Aah specifically? That may be, but I would not be discussing their stupefying existence if this did not call itself an "energy" drink.
There is no energy to speak of, none of that 'mental clarity' and 'focus' crap these drinks always hollowly promise. None of that mad sugar rush we all guiltily enjoy, and none of the jittery aftermath. The back of the bottle tells me to "forget about caffeine," but how can I when it promises energy? Overall, Wat Aah Energy is a confused and confusing concept with a bemused and bemusing execution.