Thursday, June 29, 2017

Full Throttle Orange Energy Drink Review

Full Throttle Orange appears to be a remake of the company's ancient "Fury" variety, though its design is a massive improvement since the last time we have heard from the company. The large bird crest provides the perfect level of detail without cluttering the can, and the lack of any superfluous text is a breath of fresh air in the market.

The flavor is a marvelously simple one, tasting like orange, plain and simple. It is powdery on the tongue, super sugary with a tartness that is bright and energetic. But there is more beneath the surface of the citrus than what meets the tongue, heavy undertones of blood orange and mandarin varieties round out an otherwise elementary flavor. It has zero influence from other fruits, remaining true to its citrus core, and its unbridled concentration is admirable and well done. Sweetness is refreshingly old-school, a gritty, slightly syrupy one, all from high fructose corn syrup and sucralose, but it never overwhelms the palate with the sweetener's usual gumminess.

Each can contains: taurine, B vitamins, and 160 milligrams of caffeine. Potency is without a doubt the biggest drawback here, a kick that settles for a mediocre resurrection of antiquated energy. In the end, Full Throttle Orange is arguably the best in the line, and an overall decent orange energy drink.

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1 comment:

Brad Porter said...

It tasted okay, bu was a sweet.

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