Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Epiphany Energy Drink Review

What a bizarre little drink we have got here! Elephants, music notes, clocks, and a make-out session are among the many things smack in the front center of the can. It is a wild design reminiscent of Push It and others, and is easily the most eccentric energy drink in a long while.

Unexpectedly uncarbonated, the oily drink slides down smoothly and with great ease, tasting namely of apple and cherry. Fifteen percent of actual juice provides terrific realism and enough depth for the flavors, sweet tastes that are just tart enough for either respected fruit. The cherry evokes characteristics from both maraschino and black varieties, never truly replicating either but never becoming an awkward cross of the two. There is the perfect quantity of intricacy for an eight ounce drink, one that is likely to be followed by another.

Each can contains: caffeine (eighty milligrams), green tea, taurine, guarana, D-ribose, inositol, and B vitamins. All the amounts are conveniently listed without the "energy blend" gimmick used by most. The kick though is weak, lasting two hours if you are lucky, and for me was not enough to kick-start my brain. In the end, Epiphany Energy Drink would be much stronger competition if it was the standard sixteen ounces.

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