The cloying smell lowered my expectations, a heavy scent that scared my nose into recalling the nightmares of colds and cough syrup. The flavor is a biased study of grape, super sweet without reason with a thick medicinal aftertaste that is equally super. There are notes of sour apple and vanillin trailing the purple fruit, a subtle transition that feels wholly inorganic. It calls forth memories of Monster Dub, a drink that also stitched standard energy drink material to grape without reasons beyond blind ambition. But the experience is not one of every day, a creative exercise to break up your boring workout.
Each can contains: taurine, amino acids, inositol, B vitamins and 200 milligrams of caffeine. The kick lasted four hours before crapping out, sparking jiiters along the way. Overall, Killer Buzz Livid will not be remembered as my favorite energy drink, but rather as the variety that closed the creative line.