The flavor is less Red Bull and more Monster Zero Ultra, for much worse than better. All we taste is grapefruit and lemon, so artificially sweetened and steeped in too much funky vanilla flavoring. But the flavors are deadened, lifeless caricatures of tastes you have tasted in better, more careful exploits of the ripoff game. The sugaring is perhaps the biggest letdown here, your familiar trilogy of Erythritol, sucralose and ace-k. They lack energy here, no pun intended, lacking depth and heft as you pound back the ounces to get through all sixteen. Every sip is without acidity, another huge notch against things, with every aspect here tasting just so, generic.
Each can contains: taurine, ginseng, inositol, guarana, B vitamins, and 154 milligrams of caffeine. The kick is rather weak but definitely not without any merit- they at least list the caffeine amount! Overall, when you hold a can of something like Mountain Lightning Energy Zero in your hands and eyes you think you know what you are getting into with. In this case, it is worse.