The brownie chews softly, melting into a moist mouthful that tastes strongly of fake chocolate. That is not a bad thing however, as there is not as much bitterness present as expected, hardly noticeable next to a mild plastic aftertaste that plagues any pre-packaged bakery good. The pastry is fudgey as you nibble away towards its center, each bite itself never cloyingly sweet but the confection as a whole is quite sugary. It is far better than the only other caffeinated brownie had, UpCakes, but we really do not need such a large piece, as its saccharine simplicity grows a bit stale.
Caffeine, taurine, ginseng, and guarana make up the buzz to this brownie, a three hour kick that impresses mildly. All in all, Buzz Brownzzz were not baked by an amateur, but it certainly was not Martha Stewart.