Tuesday, October 10, 2017

True Eagle Energy Drink Review

It is great that True Eagle Energy creates jobs for veterans and all, but its can is about as generic as they come. Walking through my local dumpy salvage store, I barely noticed this can on the bottom shelf, a dull silver background with all the red, white, and blue they could fit inside. The eagle cutout of the American flag is a nice touch, but it screams "patriotism" and whimpers "caffeine."

The flavor is 100% Red Bull's, loaded with synthetic tasting vanilla and acrid apple. It is hugely artificial on the tongue, despite "natural" flavors appearing in the ingredients list, burning your tastebuds as you forcefully swig each ounce- where it pools in your stomach and conflagrates even further. Real sugar does the sweetening, which is a plus, but sips never expose any potent or even charming saccharinity; every gulp is wincingly sour, an acidity that never feels intentional on my tongue. It is a shame that such a patriotic drink tastes like this, as the flavor is not American (it can be traced back to Asia, and more popularly, Austria's Red Bull).

Each can contains: B vitamins, inositol, taurine, and 160 milligrams of caffeine. It is a completely standard formulation that creates a completely formulaic kick, lasting two and a half hours. In the end, True Eagle Energy has its heart in the right place, but fails to leave any sort of impression.

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