It’s a very sweet and nice clone. Doesn’t pack much of a punch in the wake-up department but it is an acceptably average drink!
So this drink, erm, looks like a.. er, missile. Definitely a missile. Not a, erm, well, it doesn’t have anywhere to put batteries anyway. As a can, it attracts your attention, and as a drink it’s quite nice. It’s nothing original, but it does taste quite similar to Monster Energy instead of being one of the usual Red Bull clones.
Very budget. It’s basically Spar’s continental version of their own brand energy drink. Nothing more to tell really I’m afraid!
I’m assuming they are jumping on the technology bandwagon and not the spider-based super powers one. It’s a clone to be sure, but quite a nice one. Discovered in a “Powerdino” supermarket in Tenerife, a supermarket worth visiting just for the name alone!
The name is a considerable mouthful. The drink isn’t. It’s just a fruity fizzy squash, quite sharp and sickly in flavour. Again, for Carrefour, nothing special.
It’s just another budget energy drink really. Carrefour’s own-brand clone is on the caramel side things but it’s nothing special.
I’m told that this is a standard issue energy drink in the US, but in the UK you can’t get hold of it. I found this in Spain so jumped at the chance of trying it without paying extortionate money to import a can. It’s really good! It tastes like fruit punch with a whole load of caramel in, and possibly a dash of cola in the background somewhere too. Whatever the flavour ingredients are (I don’t know, the can was in Spanish), they clearly work well together. I didn’t get the usual synthetic Monster flavour that is so prominent with this brand in this drink either which is a plus-point in my opinion.
It’s a clone in a cool(ish) can. The car ignition stop/start button I guess is supposed to look more like a mission control launch button, but who cares – it’s a larger than normal can (330ml) containing a decent clone-style energy drink. Flavoured on the caramel side of things, but not too strong.
Horrid horrid horrid horrid. Sharp, sour, nasty. Sorry, but this drink is a prime example of my dislike of tropical flavoured energy drinks. I’d just started to enjoy some of the more recent tropical discoveries which are generally sweeter, but this one is down at the bottom of the pile I’m afraid. It came in a slightly larger can that normal energy drinks, but that just made things worse to be honest.