Pomegranate tops off the gentle flavors of raspberry and acai, faded and mispronounced juxtaposed to the former. They have the combined texture that is both powdery and mossy, a playful but dimensionless presence on the palate. Lamentably the experience overall is the same; the precedent tastes are shoal and shallow, forcibly false flavors who sit static on the tongue. The saccharinity is impressive however, so dynamic without even a hint of artificiality that it is a shame it is stuck sweetening such a stagnant drink. Every sip is indistinguishable from the last, a monotonous experience that tastes darn good. Does it make sense? It does not have to, and it does not.
Each can contains: caffeine (240 milligrams), taurine, ginseng, guarana, l-carnitine, and many B vitamins. The kick is four hours strong but induced jitters, but fortunately no crash. Drinkers: this is a really decent drink, potent, great looking, and good tasting. But I would never drink it again. Conflicting? Yes it is.