Thursday, February 15, 2018

Espresso Monster Espresso and Cream Energy Drink Review

Its clumsy name, Espresso Monster Espresso and Cream, aside, the textured can here is jam packed with graphics and text, congested on the walls of the small eight plus ounce aluminum delivery device. But it caught my eye on the shelf, standing tall against the other Java Monsters, despite its size, so it has that going for it.

At first mouthful, Monster has outdone itself, as well as rival Starbucks Doubleshot Espresso. It is a dark blend of fat and bitterness, with a calm wash of saccharinity leaving your palate stained only of the lovely coffee taste. Creaminess is a highlight here, thanks to five grams of fat, three of it saturated; not something atop your failed and forgotten New Year's resolution list. But as sips turn to gulps and the can's meager offerings nearing complete depletion, you grow weary- not because you have not enjoyed the experience, but rather that imbibes quickly lose their caustic edge and become a sordid sugary situation. My last few sips were indistinguishable from your common canned coffee concoction! It is a shame, really, as this had the potential to become one of, if not the best of the brand.

There is only 160 milligrams of caffeine here, but I am 100% OK with that. It is a rocking buzz, one that hits you fast and lasts a solid two hours- remember, this is just an eight-something ounce potable. On the whole, Espresso Monster Espresso and Cream is a passable distraction that makes at least three mistakes too many.

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