Sips lacks a hearty effervescence, leaving a dulled and leadened mouthfeel to the imperceptibly sweetened experience. Stevia and thirteen grams of sugar do the sweetening here, but they lack the punch needed to raze the unpalatable sourness of every imbibe. The flavor is decidedly a mixed-bag; what tastes like goji berry and cranberry, but lacking any convincing heft; the beverage's "natural flavors" lamentably lack the impression actual juice leaves on the taste buds. What it does offer, however, its an organic bite, an obnoxious, almost bitter edge to each of this potable's twelve ounces. Angry Angel has a unique taste, for sure, but does not have a good one.
Each can contains: B vitamins, taurine, inositol, yerba mate, fifty calories and 120 milligrams of caffeine. The buzz is the best characteristic here, a pleasant, two and a half hour long kick that did not end with a crash. To end, Angry Angel is a bizarre experience, sustaining this awkward tone throughout.