Posted On:4/03/2007 3:29pm
Manufacturer: The Monarch Beverage Co., Inc., Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Size: 16 fluid oz.
Available in Sugar Free: Yes
Date of Review: April 3, 2007
Flavor Reviewed: Original
Where Purchased: Citgo – Gas Station
Serving Size – 8 oz.
Bottle Size – 16 oz (amount doubled to reflect amount per can)
Caffeine – 250 mg
Calories – 240
Proprietary Blend – Energy Blend – 3,005 mg
Other Supplements –
Vitamin CVitamin B3Vitamin B6Vitamin B12Pantothenic Acid
Carbohydrates – 60 g
(Sugar, 58 g)
Taste Rating Scale is 1 (absolute shite) through 10 (tastes like happy)
Taste: 6 – A little too sweet for my finely honed palate. The can prominently reads “CONTAINS NO FRUIT JUICE”; however, the can full of chemicals tastes distinctly like kiwi/strawberry.
After Taste: 4 – There is a bit of residual syrup like taste in the back of the mouth but, overall, its not too bad
Effects Rating Scale is 1 (water) through 10 (check in to rehab NOW!)
Energy Boost: 7 – Above average for a 16oz energy drink. For weeks I have simply passed over buying this concoction because, well, it looked cheap. You know, similar the “not quite Nike” high-tops you see for sale at K-Mart and Wal-Mart; they serve their intended purpose but you don’t really want your friends to see them. I looked around the store and confirmed I was alone when I grabbed the can. Although no one but the cashier saw me buy it, I could swear I heard him laughing at me as I left the store
Side Effects/Crash: 2 – None.
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