Forty grams of sugar has sips swimming stiffly across the palate, a sweet, if uncomplicated, cocktail of pineapple, melon and lime. The fruits coalesce into dysphoric simplicity, every mouthful disenchanting with its enervated effervescence and defect intricacy. Of course, the 160 calories are consumed painlessly, thanks to its short twelve ounce can, but never did a gulp scream for another; rather it screamed, "this is boring."
Each can contains: caffeine (120 mg), vitamin E, inositol, taurine, and hemp. Ten milligrams of the good stuff an ounce, the buzz is unspectacular, lasting two hours. Overall, Canna Energy Drink should not be as decent as it ends up being, but it is still not particularly good.