Sunday, January 27, 2013

AMP Active Lemonade Sugar Free Energy Drink Review

An improvement over the former can, AMP Active Lemonade Sugar Free's can sports an all-too typical functionality look, easy to read despite the loads to read and see. There is too much silver, and the yellow suffers to shine with the meager serving of black trim.

With electrolytes added for taste and different ingredients to boot, this updated AMP Lemonade is more than a simple repackaging. Commanding carbonation leads to a pleasing lemon with a tasty tang, a sourness veiling some of its and the sweeteners' obligatory artificiality. The efficient effervescence is only appropriate, giving the body great lift as it swims to its demise. The can may lay claim to 'other natural flavors' other than lemon, however they must put the "aid" in lemonade, because that is what the experience strictly is. A rather good one at that. It may just be this hot fifteen degree New England weather, but today the flavor was refreshing and satisfying.

Each can contains: taurine, gurana, ginseng, caffeine (160mg), and B vitamins. The buzz was nothing exceptional, lasting the standard three hours before another can needed to be cracked open. In the end, AMP Active Lemonade Sugar Free does not revolutionize anything, but it is a diplomatic distraction on a hot day.

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2 comments:

Brandon J. Rose said...

Is it just me, or is anybody else having a hard time finding this? I've been through three different states here out west, and I can't find it anywhere!

Philip Michael said...

Do not worry; I was lucky to find a can when I did.

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