Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Mossy Oak Pursuit Original Energy Drink Review

A yellow belt divides a camouflage background, not unlike the Team Realtree brand. This design is less interesting, nothing visual to set it apart from its competition, using simple shapes for its label.

There is nothing original here; every imbibe is your conventional Red Bull clone, perhaps a tad less sweet and more sour than most- who cares, you have experienced this beverage before. The most saccharine section of each sip is the vanilla, an understated taste more interested in medicinal cloyingness than respecting the world's second most expensive spice. There is some apple nuance in the humdrum potation, but it is never explored, nothing is aside from the exploited sweetness. The sugariness lacks depth, a one-note punch of empty calories, predominately high fructose corn syrup, the second ingredient, with some dextrose, who appears much further down the list. It is a sticky nectar, one that remains in the back of your throat the entire sixteen ounces and its potency only builds until you reach the drink's diffident denouement.

Each can contains: B vitamins, taurine, and 160 milligrams of caffeine. It is a serviceable buzz, lasting two and a half hours, however with something of a crash afterword. Overall, Mossy Oak Pursuit Original is a completely generic experience, like a cheap knock-off of the equally unimpressive Team Realtree.

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