Halcyon carbonation welcomes the tongue too much sweetness for the flavors of apple and orange. The former lacks the soupçon of any particular variety, though the latter shines with moments of the smaller tangerine. But the fruit punch party is far from over, at least in terms of complexity: nonessential nuance of pineapple brings more sugariness to each saccharine sip, and some peach provides an unwelcome roughness to the otherwise palmy effervescence. There are probably more peripatetic produce to any given gulp, but it is hard caring with its cloying stickiness, jejune pacing, and utter absence of sourness. For thirty percent juice, it certainly do not drink that way; dear Monster, quit texturing your cans and give your drinks some texture! Khaos drinks with zero depth despite a lot going on, and is no different from Juiced Energy and ...lost 5-0 and every other energy juice from the latter half of the last decade. It is a dance not worth dancing yet danced far too many times.
The energy from this is of a simpler time, when the brand did not have quite so many varieties and the Caffeine King used smaller words. Be prepared for perhaps three hours of energy from this antiquated ingredient cocktail. Each can contains: caffeine (154 milligrams), taurine, ginseng, guarana, l-carnitine, inositol, vitamin A and B vitamins. Overall, whether Monster Khaos is any good is irrelevant; in 2015 a company should not be so stubbornly nostalgic over its own product to waste time repackaging it only to taste just as it always has.