Saturday, June 21, 2014

AMP Gold Energy Drink Review

Amp and I are not terrific friends; he hurts my tongue and I hurt his self esteem. However apple is a promising flavor, something mighty unique from a big company, where others prefer redundant sugar free knockoffs of their own products. The color of the can could make Goldfinger blush, bright and shiny but insipid overall. The black graphic towards its nether region is engaging, but we lose interest fast as our eyes ascend.

Sips are serous with a texture as interesting as tap water. The flavor? About the same. Apple is tasted and forgotten in the same swig, a depthless and complete garden-variety imitation of Granny Smith and Golden Delicious. "Laughable" is how the tartness complements the fruit substitutes, stock nuance to a stock experience. Amp Gold is not as saccharine as the fifty nine grams insinuates, forcing the sixteen ounces into a realm of realism it otherwise feels silly in. Bite into an apple, a real one (no fake waxy ones), and you have the sweetness of this drink. Only without any the delicate character, juiciness, or health; this is 220 calories of crap.

Each can contains: caffeine (159 mg), guarana, B vitamins, taurine, and ginseng. Any energy lasts a paltry two hours, perhaps less, without many jitters or much of a crash. To end, Amp Gold is worth its weight in pyrite.

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