Diablo energy drink certainly has a taste all its own. Believe me, it doesn't taste like any other energy drink currently on the market. Upon first taste, you'll notice the incredibly strong and indistinguishable flavor. It tastes like a carbonated combination of cranberry juice, prune june, and Hawaiian punch.
The external packaging is intense and imaginative. Though, using the term "Diablo", which is Devil in Spanish, could alienate some purchasers. Of course, a drink like this is focused on the hardcore energy drink consumer, so I don't think they'll be worried about losing out on the religious fanatic energy drink consumers (do they even exist?).
The ingredients used in the Diablo energy drink certainly provide a major energy boost. They use many uber-energy-inducing herbs like White Willow Bark, Guarana, and Ginseng. If that combination doesn't perk you up, I don't know what will.
The only problem with the Diablo energy drink is the size of the can. I've said it many times and I'll say it again--I'm not a fan of the small 8 oz. cans. They just don't provide enough bang for the buck. 16 oz. cans should be the new standard for energy drinks.
Overall, the Diablo energy drink is good. If you're looking for a distinct flavor in your beverage, it won't disappoint.
Diablo Energy Drink Ingredients and Nutritional Facts:
Carbonated water, sugar/glucose-fructose, citric acid, natural flavors, sodium citrate, ascorbic acid (antioxidant), sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, zhi shi (citrus aranthium), guarana extract, panax ginseng extract, white willow bark extract.
1 can; Amount per serving: Calories: 151; Protein: 0g; Tota fat: 0g; Carbohydrates: 38g; Vitamin C: 100%
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