It seems somewhat ironic that after my last review, in which I noted that I had actually enjoyed reviewing the energy shot in question, that I should choose Rip It Shot—Code Blue as my next shot review and have the experience that I did.
Unlike others, I am not in any way, shape, or form a fan of Rip It energy products. To me, they’re just dollar-store products—inexpensive and painfully mediocre in quality. Shouldn’t come as a surprise, then, that Code Blue left me feeling distinctly underwhelmed.
EASE IN ACQUISITION—8
Check any freaking dollar store nearby and you’re bound to come across it there.
Excellent, if you define excellence as blending in with the other crappy dollar store products.
Tastes about what an Otter Pop would taste like if they came in a ‘5 Hour Energy flavor’. On one hand, it’s got the berry sweetness of an Otter Pop, but on the other, it’s pretty acrid and sour.
Intense enough to keep me from falling asleep, but other than that and perhaps an increased propensity to rock in my Lazy Boy, that was about as dramatic a manifestation as I got.
Two and a half hours, no crash—just a gradual returning of fatigue
THE SHOT OVERALL—5.67
Not worth the time or money by a long shot. If you really like berry energy shots, just buy an Eternal Energy—Berry shot, because it’ll actually give you energy.
KEYWORDS: Rip It Shot Code Blue energy shot review, zero carbs, zero calories, zero sugar, diet