EASE IN ACQUISITION—6
As common as your local WinCo. Go there, and you can buy it by the case.
The presentation of the original didn’t work too well with the purple (which is a first in my book), and the white can with purple flames works even less. It’s just bland. I really don’t feel the drink merits more elaboration than that.
Diet Berry turned out to be a little more berry-esque than the original, but not by a whole lot. The improvement is negated by a misapplication of sucralose, which in this case proves to be a distracting and somewhat disagreeable influence. As an aside, I found that this drink smells like…cantaloupe. Which is weird, because there’s none in there. But I found it strange enough to be worth mentioning.
Average, average, average, AVERAGE!!! This is becoming a common theme with the Wired beverages I’ve had, with the exception of X B12 Rush, X 3000, and X 344 (I hate those X’s; they’re so unnecessary). Want just an AVERAGE, jitter-free kick? Get a WIRED drink!
THE DRINK OVERALL—6.67
Don’t look for anything new and exciting here. Just go this road if you liked Wired Berry but aren’t wild about the empty calories.
KEYWORDS: Wired Diet Berry energy drink review, sugar free, zero carb, zero calorie