Sunday, September 22, 2013

Rockstar Pure Zero Silver Ice Energy Drink Review

This albino beverage stimulates thoughts of its obvious Monster brand inspiration and competition, although its boisterous design and greyscale visuals are entirely unstimulating. Precise spurts of color would go a long way on this bleached optical experience, your eyes struggling to identify the logo or insignia, ponderously wondering the can never to be satisfied, only until you see Zero Ultra on the next shelf over.

Sufficiently sharp citrus semblances of not anything specific swiftly succumb to bland nothingness, only a bit sour but plenty sweet. A trained tongue can taste lemon, lime and grapefruit, but in pity quantities absent of any complexities or defined characteristics. The artificial sugars play to their fullest potential, but to balance out their own nebulousness, the indistinct flavor demands an honesty the chemical honeys cannot produce. It is not a succinct experience, debuting little, if anything, its competition does not already offer, although it not too shabby for a Rockstar.

Each can contains: taurine, B vitamins, milk thistle, inositol, guarana, ginseng, and 160 milligrams of caffeine. The kick depends on your sensitivity to the industry standard amount of caffeine, but three hours is a good average to go by. To end, Rockstar Pure Zero Silver Ice is a vague libation bankrupt of creativity and indulgence.

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