Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Rockstar Blueberry Pomegranate Acai Energy Water Review

With the flavor reading blueberry first, the drink is far redder than expected. Fortunately, that is about all that bugs me here; the bottle shape is much too cliche, and the "Rockstar" struggles being also red, but I would have to spend a lot more time than these drinks deserve to discover any other criticisms.

The pinkish red beverage is surprisingly boring, considering the label is considerably excited. Does this taste like blueberry, pomegranate, or acai? No, instead we suffer twenty ounces of diluted bland basic berry abbreviation, uncomplicated and unsophisticated without a decent sweetness or tartness. They got the "water" part right, however, as that is what this tastes like. But they could not even get that part right: the burning artificial sugars cancels any refreshment to be had, and the abstract berry allegation is distracting and sips passively without passion. There is not any point in discussing each individual taste, as if there are any; this is the kind of revolting disappointment that the company is almost famous for.

There is enough caffeine here, 200 milligrams, as well as taurine, some B vitamins, guarana, and ginseng. You are forced to take your time with the tall twenty ounces, so the kick lasts longer than it should, about five hours at a mediocre strength. To end, this Rockstar should be booed off stage.

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