Monday, July 4, 2016

Realtree Outdoor Arctic Storm Energy Drink Review

This frosty can is probably the most appealing of the line, with its snowy backdrop standing out among the other varieties. It uses the updated design debuted with Bushmaster, however its arctic background resembles the ill-fated White Buck flavor from five years ago, however its use of blue and black add jazz to the albino can.

The can cracks open stinking slightly of Red Bull, however our first sip destroys any thought of the colored cattle. Its flavor is sugar, with fifty six grams of the stuff, drowning the otherwise elementary blue raspberry. Its saccharinity is all from high fructose corn syrup and sucralose, the dense, insipid sugariness clamming and bulking every imbibe, with the latter of the sweetener system never noticed. What we can taste of the fruitiness is guileless, an innocent sapor undeserving of the egregious sweetness, although, it does slightly slacken its own exaggerated simplicity. Some faded sourness rounds out the experience, the slightest relief from the irrational measure of empty carbohydrates. Tied together by a playful effervescence, RealTree had the makings of a fun energy drink, then dumped in 240 calories worth of sugar.

The kick was fine; underwhelming and unspectacular, but the rad sugar buzz, despite ending with a crash, was an old-school thrill. Each can contains: B vitamins, taurine, and caffeine. Overall, RealTree Arctic Storm is a decent looking, worse tasting, and even worse with its energy.

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