I was a little bit disappointed with this drink. It started off great, a nice and sweet fix cherry flavour that was a bit different to the norm. But, after only a few sips it became quite sickly to drink. That’s a shame really because they really have tried something different, so maybe it’s just not to my taste.
Quite a tart yet sweet drink, remeniscent of double-dips from the sweet shop. Nice in a 250ml can but I wouldn’t want much more than that. The upside is though it’s sugar-free!
When it says Berry on the can… it means one specific berry: cherry. It’s really tasty, but it doesn’t quite give the caffiene hit you’d expect from an energy drink (quite low at 14mg/100ml). I found this in Ireland – never seen it in the UK though so keep your eyes out for it.
This cherry flavoured drink is really nice – but it does need to be drunk whilst cool. Once it starts to warm up it becomes a little sickly.
I really like this. Synthetic and strongly flavoured, it’s really nice as well as quite cheap. It’s not very sour at all though as you would expect (come on, the ultra sour drink challenge is still open).
As it says on the can, it’s refreshing! Sweet and artificial, but tasty, fruity and refreshing. It’s also lower in calories per 100ml than most energy drinks, but it’s certainly not low calorie. I highly recommend this new Relentless flavour for something a bit different and long may it last!
Have you ever tried Mountain Dew Code Red? It’s essentially the same nice smooth flavour, but powered up with extra caffeine and taurine to give it the full on Energy Drink credentials. It’s nice but not refreshing, and as I paid £4.50 for the can I’m a little bit disappointed… that isn’t to say I wouldn’t try the other flavours in the Amp Energy range.
A pleasant Lucozade wannabe with a refreshing cherry flavour. It doesn’t pack much of a caffeine kick, but it’s still more than the orange version of this product which doesn’t even list any caffeine in the ingredients. Cheap and cheerful (cherryful?)
I’m really not convinced on the combination of cherry and lime in this drink. The cherry flavour comes through, but it someone severely soured by the lime making it quite a bitter experience. Having tried the original Pit Bull, I could sense a theme as the underlying taste of the original was evident in this drink too, however I don’think it works as a mixer with other ingredients. Still, there are other Pit Bull cocktails to try and they could turn out to be wonderful so I shall withhold my judgement on this brand until then. Personally, I won’t be trying this again because there are many more nicer tasting drinks out there.