Monday, October 1, 2012

Andale Lo-Carb Energy Drink Review

Thick with heritage and football inspiration, Andale! Lo-Carb is obviously not selling itself to a Caucasian from New England. But even so, the can billows with personality and reads well even with visual excitement, although the cartoon soccer player is drawn without grace and integrated with wide, ugly seams.

Red Bull is tasted but with heavy notes of grossly creamy vanilla with a deep sweetness. Apple is present but is not welcomed, a super sour lab-born abomination to the fruit local of my denizenship. It works against the aforementioned milky vanillin, a bitter brawl of flavors slightly bitter themselves. The sugar profile is impressive thanks to six grams of sugar, but each sip is syrupy and gummy and never washes away. The drink just keeps getting sweeter, and you would bet on hundreds of calories in each can, not just thirty. I guess such a decent saccharinity is a good thing, but it is wasted on a drink this unrelentingly unimaginative and brutally boring.

Each can contains: caffeine, taurine, ginseng, guarana, B vitamins, inositol, and vitamins C. There is all the usual suspects and all in decent quantities, but the kick lasted only about three hours. Overall, I honestly would take thirst and lethargicness over experiencing Andale! Lo-Carb again.

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