Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Realtree Outdoors Xtra Citrus Energy Drink Review

Albino antlers and text hurt this outdoors energy drink's appeal, inhibiting any pop the name and decals should have. Of course, after the recent discovery of the similarly marketed Mossy Oak brand, these ordinarily mundane visuals have far more verve to them.

The citrus taste here is syrupy and murky, a hodgepodge of lime, lemon, grapefruit and orange, only less interesting than that fruity cocktail insinuates. The produce quadrilogy is shamefully disinteresting, never inspiring to be any more than the four aforementioned flavors tossed into a single can. Fifty six grams of sugar are intense and pulverant, bogging down every imbibe with its excessively saccharine and sabulous texture. The solitude saving grace here is the tartness; it is extreme enough to cut through, or at least mostly, through the omnipresent sweetness, and provides the otherwise disenchanting vegetation with a sense of excitement and composition. Certainly, there are worse citrus drinks on the market, but there are also more available that are much, much, much better.

Each can contains: B vitamins, taurine, caffeine, and 240 calories. The buzz is the best thing here, a definatively old school kick- with jitters and a crash. Overall, no matter how "outdoorsy" you may claim to be, if your hunting buddy likes this drink, don't trust him with a gun.

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