Sunday, July 30, 2017

Rip It Tribute Cherry Lime Energy Drink Review

One of two "Tribute" varieties, this Rip It sports a excessively patriotic can that is a mild refresh of the usual company design. It is revivifying to see something different from the long-running brand, however, the camouflage look on its sister drink is more appealing.

Fifty two grams of sugar, all high fructose corn syrup, and sucralose sweeten things here, and somehow avoid coming off too gooey or saccharine. The flavor is a complicated interweaving of the namesake, with citrusy bite launching the experience, with a heavy splash of cherry immediately afterwards, only for a tart climax of lime; probably the only blunt depiction of the acidic green fruit. But the misstep here is the carbonation; every sip settles languidly while its flavors party on your tongue- flavors who demand a more excited effervescence. Otherwise, it is your usual cherry lime energy drink, fortunately one of the cheaper ones.

Each can contains: taurine, inositol, guarana, vitamin C, B vitamins, 200 calories, and 160 milligrams of caffeine. It is a decidedly old school kick, a jittery one that ends in a crash but unbashfully so. In the end, Rip It Tribute Cherry Lime is a decent way to spend a buck, but even in its own line, there are better ways.

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