Est. 160 mg
EASE IN ACQUISITION—6
Victory is making plenty of headway in the availability department, but as of yet has not attained the ubiquity of Monster, Rockstar, Red Bull, etc. Just keep your eyes peeled.
I think I can only say “bland and unremarkable” in so many ways, and I think I used just about all of them all up reviewing the other Victory cans—so let’s just leave it at that for now and get to the really important stuff.
It’s nice to be able to have something good to write about for a Victory energy drink in this regard. While certainly nothing new or innovative, this “hydration” beverage manages to deliver the caffeinated equivalent of low-calorie, orange-flavored Gatorade—which is my favorite flavor of the beverage. Add a little glucose and a few more electrolytes and you wind up with a drink that actually has a decent stab at doing the hydrating job.
Like all Victory beverages, this delivers a fairly respectable mid-range kick, with a blend of smoothness and intensity that I would have an easy time coming back to this beverage for. You might not be buzzing about your business, but you’ll be alert and functional enough to get it taken care of.
Four smooth hours, no crash.
THE DRINK OVERALL—8.33
I’ve always liked the way Victory beverages perform, and this one is no exception—and unlike the others, it tastes good enough that buying it doesn’t require you to bite the bullet. If you’re tired, thirsty and cheap, this one might be the way to go.
KEYWORDS: Victory Rebound Orange energy drink review, low carb, low calorie, low sugar, diet, hydration