Friday, May 17, 2013

AMP Active Orange Energy Drink Review

The original orange Amp, Relaunch, was one of the better in the original line, visually and flavor-wise. Sadly the can here is vacant and uneventful, a jejunely bright orange color too cheerful for energy drinks. The bottom design is appealing but not balanced with the hollow top half, a can that might be clean and easy to read, but is so relentlessly unremarkable.

230 calories really help this astute, if modest, orange soda-esque experience. There is the very pleasant flavor orange and tangerine here, sugary but glorious glorifications of the fruits with nothing even remotely realistic. It basks in this strict artificiality, each sip unadulterated and tastes only of the expected. Sweet, simple, and pellucid, every sip is stripped of frills but still adventurous and enthusiastic. This is a zealous beverage overall, conventional but so enjoyably so.

Each can contains: caffeine (160 milligrams), B vitamins, guarana, ginseng, taurine, and fifty eight grams of sugar. The kick lasts nothing over three hours, and that is being generous, a buzz without jitters or crash. To end, AMP Active Orange may or may not be the same as the original years ago, but it is equally adequate.

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