EASE IN ACQUISITION—4
Any Go Girl product is going to be easy to find if you live on the West Coast (just visit your nearest grocery store), not so much if you live elsewhere.
I approve of the presentation here, if only because I like the color combination. Beyond that, there’s not a whole lot to comment on.
Taste isn’t too bad—star fruit predominates, while the pomegranate presents itself mostly in the form of nuances. Only thing really disagreeable about it is the noticeable artificial sweetener aftertaste, which is enough to dock a point.
Not much of a kick to talk about—it’s enough to take the edge off the fatigue that comes from being up with a 5-month-old for a good deal of the night (and, similarly, to take the edge off a caffeine craving), but beyond that, it didn’t do a whole lot for me.
Effects wore off after a maximum of an hour and a half.
THE DRINK OVERALL—5
This isn’t a bad drink—really. It also isn’t a drink that’s meant for a 6¢ 1¢¢, 165 lb. white guy that consumes energy drinks on a regular basis…so when it comes right down to it, I’m not the most qualified individual in the world to review this. Maybe I’ll buy my wife a can at a later point and add her comments to this review, but until then, take my input for what it’s worth.
KEYWORDS: Go Girl Pomegranate Star Fruit energy drink review, low calorie, low carb, agave, ovarian cancer awareness