The Hype Energy Drink was recently introduced to the general public and I have a feeling it will do very well. The flavor mirrors that of energy drink giant, Red Bull, but is much sweeter and has a hint of blueberry to make it go down smooth. The aftertaste is pleasant with no traces of that nasty medicinal flavor that so many other energy drinks unfortunately have.The formulation should definitely provide an energy kick. It features the energy drink standards?caffeine, taurine, b-vitamins?but also adds in ginseng and guarana. These herbal stimulants give the Hype energy drink an extra edge and will ensure anyone who consumes it will have energy to burn.
The exterior design of the Hype can reminds me of a cross between Red Bull and Nos energy drinks. It's bright, metallic silver but with a sporty logo that you'd imagine seeing at extreme sporting events.The only draw back was the size of the can. I've said it before and I'll say it again, 8.4oz.
cans aren't big enough for the diehard energy drink enthusiasts. 16oz. and even 24 oz. cans are slowly, but surely, becoming the standard. Of course, Hype has recognized this and released Hype X2, which comes in a larger size.All in all, the Hype energy drink is a quality beverage.
The taste is strong enough to wake you up, but not overtly powerful to make it inconsumable. You should get all the caffeine, taurine, and b-vitamins to get you through the day and the herbal ingredients are a nice addition for that extra boost..Hi, I'm Patrick Austin and I'm the creator of http://www.energy-drink-review.org If you're an energy drink enthusiast, you need to visit this site.
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By: Patrick Austin