EASE IN ACQUISITION—10
As common as any Vitamin Water product.
Finally I got a picture of a full bottle, so here we are…Vitamin Water Zero—Drive in all its glory. The wrapper and bottle alone are pretty ho-hum, but full, the intense blue and the intense orange make this one look genuinely legit—we’ve already established that the idea behind Vitamin Water is, for all intents and purposes, b.s., but as is Drive at least looks like it could fulfill the promise behind the idea.
Few flavors have the potential to be awesome in quite the way blood orange does—but nearly always, it gets botched completely. Surprisingly enough, Vitamin Water Zero—Drive does an alright job with it—only to add too much stevia and make it difficult to enjoy.
Not much of a boost here by caffeine junkie standards, but if it so happens that you’re pretty caffeine sensitive, this should work alright.
Somewhere between one and a half and two hours—on the low end at best.
THE DRINK OVERALL—5.33
Vitamin Water Zero—Drive looks good, but doesn’t taste or kick or really deliver much at all next to what you expect out of it. Move along.
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