Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Runa Berry Clean Energy Review

Purple text is about all that is different on this variety in the Runa line, the last at this moment. The can remains as clean as ever, bare aluminum with conservative gradients, and a leaf hardly distinguishable thanks to a similar paint job. But this is a nonetheless an upgrade from the former flavor, albeit a mild one.

Now this is more like it! Although the sugar soaked sodas of my childhood have shaped my tastes as they are today, Runa Berry's animated effervescence launches a flavor so chimerical and contrastingly soft with only a gentle touch of earthiness. It is a bite so well controlled by the beverage's outrageous sweetness, saccharine but balanced so perfectly to the experience's elemental motif. Each sip is refreshing and refreshingly refreshing, a drink that understands what is means to be "natural," and has what it takes to be so. The carbonation does die within minutes of opening, an airy and ebullient beverage flattened into a more syrupy solution. But trust me, unless you must taste, reflect, write, and revise after every few sips, you will not have this problem.

Consistent with the aforementioned variety, the only real energy comes from the moderate 120 milligrams of caffeine. The buzz was stronger with a shorter duration however, perhaps an hour and a half to two hours in length. All told, Runa Berry is damn good tasting with a damningly small can.

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