EASE IN ACQUISITION—4
Found at all (so far as I am aware) Fred Meyer stores…and others, apparently. But I’m not sure about those.
White can, brown dots/logo—I suppose that this is appropriate, given the vanilla nature of this drink, but apart from noting the appropriateness of the color scheme, the can elicits no real response from me.
I can almost guarantee that you will either absolutely love or absolutely hatethis drink. I’ve never had anything of the sort—vanilla seltzer water? Vanilla seems like something more appropriate for ice cream or soymilk or something like that—but seltzer water? To be perfectly honest, it didn’t offend me in the slightest…but I did find it very, very, very odd. For the time being, I’m just going to give it a passing grade, if for nothing else other than having the balls go and to do something like vanilla seltzer water.
Kick’s not bad. It’s not the most exciting thing in the world, but it’s fairly smooth and provides some jitters—at the very least, it will wake you up.
Three and a half hours. No crash.
THE DRINK OVERALL—7.67
I’m not going to recommend or not recommend this drink. If you want something that works, then sure, I can tell you that this works. But as far as flavor is concerned, it’s so strange that I’m not especially comfortable saying “yay” or “nay”. If you’re feeling brave, try it once. You may never again, but…at least you’ll have tried.
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