Thursday, August 27, 2015

Amp Zero Blueberry White Grape Energy Drink Review

The albino can is packed with text but remains fairly easy to read and on the eyes, however some nip and trimming could go a long way. It is unoffensive but fails to create a sense of energy, its tall transport and "energy" prompt telling the consumer what it is instead of the design.

Much of the many sips of this sixteen ounce offering is steeped in artificial sweetness, a chemical flavor that washes away much of any real flavor. The flavor is of course blueberry and white grape, the former completely one-dimensional and is equally as false as the saccharinity it is predominately veiled by. The latter of the namesake taste gives only a dry, powdery tartness to every imbibe, a much welcome breath of idiosyncrasy to the otherwise stagnant experience, however sedated it is. The carbonation is dull as the beverages boringly slides across your palate, a sober experience that is everything wrong with diet energy drinks.

Each can contains: ten calories, B vitamins, guarana, taurine, ginseng and 157 milligrams of caffeine. The buzz is a dated two hours long, the kick a relic of the energy drink market infancy. Overall, Amp Zero Blueberry White Grape is no where near as interesting as it should have been.

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