First sip is super sweet, forty eight grams of sugar and glucose, in addition to sucralose and ace-k, and this sugariness only builds as the can is depleted. Each can is ten percent juice, all from apple and orange, leaving any passion fruit flavor for the nebulous "natural flavors" deep in the drink's ingredient list. But the namesake taste is present in every imbibe, its trademark tartness makes a hearty appearance in each gulp, and its juice brethren add only a partially related organic edge to the generally medicinal experience. It is not a bad beverage in itself, a completely drinkable 220 calorie cocktail of fruits more at home in a can that reads "NOS" or "No Fear."
Each can contains: taurine, l-carnitine, inositol, ginseng, guarana, B vitamins, and 160 milligrams of caffeine. The buzz is your basic two and a half hour long kind, crafting a few jitters and a slight crash. To end, Rockstar Juiced Tropical Passionfruit is an uninspired release, but it one that only ran me a buck fifty.