Posted On:3/12/2007 12:49pm
Manufacturer: Liquid Management Partners, LLC, Long Island City, New York, 11101
Size: 8.3 fluid oz.
Available in Sugar Free: Yes
Date of Review: March 12, 2007
Flavor Reviewed: Regular – Sugar Free
Where Purchased: Citgo-Gas Station
Serving Size – 8.3 oz.
Bottle Size – 8.3 oz
Caffeine – 80 mg
Calories – 15
Proprietary Blend – None
Other Supplements –
Vitamin B3Vitamin B6Vitamin B12Pantothenic AcidCaffeine – 80 mgInositol – 47 mgTaurine – 1000 mgUbiquinone (CoQ-10 Enzyme) – 5 mg
Carbohydrates – 0 g
(Sugar, 0 g)
Taste Rating Scale is 1 (absolute shite) through 10 (tastes like happy)
Taste: 5 – It may just be the that the “sugar-free” version is loaded up with artificial sweetener, but this drink was just passable taste wise. It tasted EXACTLY like an unfrozen “blue” freezer pop. Very tough to actually identify the flavor…um…maybe raspberry / lemon / strawberry / guava / apple? Or rasmonstrawguapple…what ever it was, I’m glad it only cost me 99 cents.
After Taste: 5 – Yes…rasmonstrawguapple syrup.
Effects Rating Scale is 1 (water) through 10 (check in to rehab NOW!)
Energy Boost: 7 – Um…same boost as Red Bull, tastes worse than Red Bull, but costs $1 less than Red Bull. This is a prefect time to run your Business Economics cost/benefit paradigm.
Side Effects/Crash: 2 – None really to bitch about.
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