Friday, January 23, 2015

Coyote Mango Energy Drink Review

Spanish Monster? No, it is just Coyote, although its can is not too shabby for Job Lot store shelves. A touch generic but easy on the eyes for something with this quantity of text, although there should be more emphasis on both the brand and flavor.

There is much respect to the foreign fruit with every sip. No carbonation has gulps more refreshing than any drink clearanced at seventy cents should be. Meekly sweet with cane sugar has sips so creditable you can feel the fruit's flesh in your mouth and juices dribble down your chin. The body is too thin here, however, with no pulpy texture that certainly distracts from an otherwise fantastic sixteen ounces. Tart, kind and honest with stout believability, Coyote Mango is a smarter tasting energy drink than it should be.

Each can contains: caffeine, taurine, ginseng, inositol, B vitamins, and l-carnitine. The buzz lasts an ineluctably unspectacular two and a half hours. Overall, Coyote Mango's outrageous taste cancels out its generic can and kick.

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