EASE IN ACQUISITION—7
If you’ve got a Target store nearby, head there—the shelves are full of ‘em.
Part of me wants to call this can “the textbook definition of plain.” Thing is, I think textbook definitions are more exciting—so the can doesn’t even merit that.
I remember this one tasting alright—tastes exactly like it says it will—but is still insanely forgettable, for the which I’m docking a point.
Hardly enough to notice.
The apparent effects last about an hour—not that they amounted to anything.
THE DRINK OVERALL—4
I’m hoping that the reader will forgive me for the lack of effort I put into this review—but I’ve just reviewed four Archer Farms beverages in a freaking row. It’s the most mind-numbingly boring thing that I’ve had to do since I started reviewing energy drinks—even more than reviewing the Wired line, believe that or not. Bottom line of this last one is that Archer Farms—Sugar-Free Tangerine is a lousy energy drink, not tasting even remotely good enough to compensate for its embarassing lack of kick. Avoid it if at all possible.
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