Sunday, April 2, 2017

Maddox Energy Drink Review

I love it when an energy drink company names its drink something unique and not just some "cool" noun, ala Monster or Rockstar. Maddox Energy, from the Austrian Alps, comes in a completely functional can- complete with all the usual text a caffeinated beverage is anticipated to have. But lacks something to stand out from its larger competitors, whether it is a more popping color scheme or better slogan, Maddox's can is serviceable but not memorable.

Though there might not be any scent, Maddox's flavor is that of Red Bull, but that is not as bad it may seem. Real sugar gives every imbibe a lovely weight, but the predominate taste is vanilla, shrouded in sourness and forceful implications of bubble gum and citrus. Effervescence is leadened, but the acidity keeps the gooey liquid from bogging down your palate, one that would be right at home in a child's candy. The trilogy of tastes is wholly generic, a blend blended many times and one sampled almost as much on my tongue, but its clean aftertaste and tenacious tartness palliates any potentially crestfallen consumer.

Each can contains: B vitamins, taurine, and eighty milligrams of caffeine. The kick is that of your standard eight ounce energy drink, lasting an hour and a half with a gradual drop off. Overall, Maddox is just a sixteen ounce packaging and more distinguished design away from being a remarkable Red Bull clone.

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