Your initial sip does not disclose the involved flavors, a ghostly familiar blend that you cannot place your finger on. It takes several large sips before the passion fruit is revealed, but the experience is equal parts orange and mango too. All three disregard their inspiration's fine distinctions, favoring the cheap method of dumbing down depth with syrupy sweetness and inconsistent sourness. The beverage's final few sips unsheathe some pineapple and lime suspicions and powdery tartness, great complexities no matter how minor or late they are. You finish the pint fast, never sure what the 240 calories reminds you of, but what ever it was, it probably was not very good itself.
I had energy for two plus hours, a jitterless period unadvanced by a crash. Each can contains: taurine, B vitamins, inositol, and 142 milligrams of caffeine. On the whole, red rain Storm Surge is a brainless beverage that deserves as much attention as what went into it.