Sweet honey brightly introduces the polite taste of green tea, earthy and weakly bitter in only the best possible way. You can almost feel the leafs pass your tongue as you sip, an effulgent experience that shames similar efforts from Arizona and Snapple. There is depth here, honest complexity to both the tea and honey, an unrefined elegance with notes of nature and forgotten candor. Gulps (they are gulps, trust me) are effervescent despite being noneffercescent, and are pounded back one after another in perhaps Xenergy's most mainstream flavor to date, if not one of their best.
Taurine, B vitamins, carnitine, inositol, guarana, and 155 milligrams of caffeine are included per can. Oh, there is also green tea and ginseng, but ya already new that. The kick lasts something under three hours, a mild kick after its refreshing flavor.