The non-carbonated elixir fails to impress, but it comes close to a passing grade. The flavor is the weakest link here, a diluted combination of orange, passion fruit and grapefruit, a balanced but banal cocktail of fruits who leave better impressions from other beverages. The harshest aspect is the tartness, a rumbling sourness who's puckering acridity is cleansed by the enthusiastic epicureanism for the insipid taste of water. Sweetness is arguably the best thing here, it is a grainy, hard hitting saccharinity that contains both syrupy and artificial characteristics, but it pleases your taste buds by introducing these elements only to wipe them clean by the potation's watery climax and undercurrent of acidity.
Each clear bottle-can hybrid contains: sodium, potassium, 100 calories, taurine, inositol, and 125 milligrams of caffeine. The buzz is unspectacular, but if the intent of this product is to make the drinker feel like they have just consumed a sports drink, then they succeeded.