Friday, December 27, 2013

Rip It Sting-eR-Mo Sugar Free Energy Drink Review

Where as the 220 calorie original was sharp and distinct, this zero calorie cousin pains the eyes without color or character. The 'Rip It' design has remained largely the same since its introduction, but it is these sugar free varieties who make you notice the art's age.

Nearly four years since the original, sugared 'Mo was experienced, this diet version was cracked open and sipped without much prejudice ("much," I still have its review). There is little in the name of flavor; rogue vanilla present deep beneath layers of gumminess and artificial sweetener bitterness. The texture is thin yet viscous, with nuance of its aluminum transport quickly tasted. It is pervasively uninteresting, a colossal casualty even at its discount price.

Each can contains: caffeine (160 milligrams), inositol, guarana, ginseng, taurine, with B and C vitamins. The resulting buzz is a tad lackluster for the line, just north of three hours long without jitters. Chiefly speaking, Rip It Sting-eR-Mo Sugar Free is an outdated disaster.

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