Monday, September 3, 2012

Scheckter's Organic Energy Lite Energy Drink Review

Bright white with uprising vertical text, Scheckter's Organic Energy Lite bores eyes with its limited color and text exclusivity. The can's use of negative space is refreshing amongst the scrolling scripture, but grabs no attention for itself, and would not compel anyone to chose this over other drinks, even those also organic.

What ever you do, keep from inhaling the skunk perfume of an open can. It is unpleasant and spoiled, however the flavor seems unaffected from the scent. It is effetely effervescent and swallows easily, with an eleven percentage of elderberry, lemon and pomegranate juices giving the experience great depth. The latter of the triptych is predominate but appears abridged, simplifying its complexities for an edge of raw elderberry bitterness and for great citrus sourness. Sweetness is restricted but permits a certain level of honesty in each sip, a fantastically dry drink that certainly caught me off guard.

Each eight ounces has: ginseng and caffeine from green tea, green coffee beans, and guarana (eighty five milligrams all together). The kick hit quick but lasted only an hour before leaving, though never inducing any jitters along the way. All in all, Scheckter's Organic Energy Lite is a drink who turned out far better than I initially surmised.

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