The safety cap cracks with one turn of the wrist, and my first sip was surprisingly adequate. There is enough sourness for the lemon, a fruit of decent honesty and potency, and enough sweetness to block the tea's bitterness. The two are complementing and blended well, each sip having the right amount of each, and without effervescence the quaffs are quite liberal. The back of your throat chokes with tart sugariness as the bottle is emptied, not exactly thirst quenching but nonetheless refreshing. Overall, this is a guilty pleasure reminiscent of an authentic Arnold Palmer.
Each twenty ounce bottle contains: caffeine (around 124mg), taurine, B vitamins, ginseng, and ginkgo. The buzz was unspectacular, lasting under an hour without jitters or reaching an admiral strength. In the end, Swing Juice Diet Lemon Tea is a young product who makes its inexperience all too obvious.