For a cappuccino, the coffee is mild with etherized notes of nothing, drowned in a sea of puissant sweet creaminess. There is at least traditional fattiness to each sip, an impressively unyielding lardaceousness that bodes nicely if unoriginally to the sinewy saccharinity. The latter is derived both from glucose and sucralose, a blend balanced so well with absolutely no syrupiness or artificial aftertaste. The persuasive aroma of actual coffee catches you by great surprise, so it is unfortunate that even the nitrogenated artifice goes unnoticed, and that the flavor is ever so routine.
Now an energy drink instead of an energy "supplement," we now can see the caffeine content: 188 milligrams. Each can contains taurine, ginseng, guarana, inositol, l-carnitine, and B vitamins also. In conclusion, Kona Cappuccino tastes just like every other Java Monster, and is worth purchasing only for the admittedly cool can.