Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Vegas Fuel Sugar Free Energy Drink Review

Pale white with only a red dot to look at (so do not go giving this away as a gift), Vegas Fuel Sugar Free is a can empty of energy and full of botched potential. Its location inspiration is a lot trashier and flashier than the elegance attempted here, but there is no personality.

For the fruit punch flavor, picture cherry and lime together, fully fabricated fruits with sorely sharp synthetic sweeteners. Guava, pineapple and passion fruit round out the concoction's complexion, however they all lack verve as the sips are softly spent. They are shallow and uninteresting, and are analogously artificial to the aforementioned. Carbonation is unspectacular and there is no satisfying finish or much of an aftertaste. Overall, Vegas Fuel Sugar Free is a drudging and distressful drink for whom only the palates wasted from years of diet soda can pleasure.

This is not a very virile energy drink, two hours weak with only 142 milligrams of caffeine. Each can also contains B vitamins, inositol, guarana, taurine, and ginseng. On the whole, Vegas Fuel Sugar Free dilates the original's negatives while supplementing even more.

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