EASE IN ACQUISITION—7
As long as you’ve got a Target nearby, you’ll be able to find this Target-brand drink.
This being a store-brand energy drink, I don’t really think that it’s fair to expect much in terms of packaging, and you really don’t get much—you have a green (?) band, a black band, and a logo. Nothing worthy of note or exposition.
As you might guess (or not…I don’t know), this tastes nothing like grapefruit—what it does taste is like a very smooth, not-so-sweet Mountain Dew. It’s exceptionally pleasant, and something I’d have no trouble drinking again in the future. Did I mention it’s also sugar free, and doesn’t even taste the part?
At 70 mg of caffeine, you’re looking at slightly more caffeine than a Mountain Dew—so it tastes (kinda) like Mountain Dew, and now, it kicks like Mountain Dew—meaning there’s hardly any kick to report.
I drank this to take the edge off a headache I was getting at the end of the day—and had no trouble getting to bed about an hour and a half later. That tell you enough?
THE DRINK OVERALL—5
So nice as this one tastes, I can’t really recommend it when it comes to energy—because it hardly delivers any. But…if you’re into Mountain Dew, I’m guessing that it’s something you might appreciate all the same.
KEYWORDS: Archer Farms Grapefruit energy drink review, sugar free, low carb, low calorie, zero carb, zero calorie