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.