Liquid pear drops, that’s the only way to describe this drink. The first sip is nice, but it’s too overpowering after about half a can. Even the fact that it’s very low in calories doesn’t make up for that, but it is super-full of caffeine.
I had hoped that this strawberry & watermelon flavoured drink would be sweet and fresh, but something, possibly the Aloe Vera, made it bitter and not that nice. I managed the whole can (so you guys owe me now) because it’s low in calories and supposedly a bit good for my insides. Aloe Vera should make my colon nice and soft or something, I dunno 🙂
I’ve never tried a kiwi flavoured drink before, and Red Bull have managed this really well. It’s sweet, fruity, but subtle and easy to drink. There’s no nasty aftertaste, and you still get the Red Bull kick you expect.
Despite the name, it tastes like peach. Google translate tells me that Fersken means peach so that worked out. It’s a sweet and sharp drink which I find a little too tart for my liking, but it does contain extra protein (BCAAs) and is sugar free.
Not bad at all! It’s really sweet and tropical, but the balance is just right and it’s pleasant to drink. A larger than normal can and packed full of sugar, it’s not one for regular consumption though.
I’m a massive fan of lemon energy drinks and this is no disappointment. It’s pretty much Lemon Fanta with caffeine and goes down a treat. The can is larger than normal UK energy drinks (at 355ml) and of course includes the associated increase in caffeine and sugar as a consequence.
It’s a massive tropical drink and is so much nicer than its plain ‘Battery’ companion. It’s still just a generic drink though with not much going for it. If it had been purchased in the UK it’d probably have cost about 99p max, but as it came from Norway it was closer to £3.