Wednesday, May 12, 2010
The Look: Beaver Buzz Core comes at us in a really cool looking metallic, orange can (almost a shiny copper color). On the front we get the mean, pissed off looking beaver again. Seriously I am not scared of beavers but I sure would not want to run into that thing on a camping trip. So anyways back on track....also on the front we get one of my favorite energy drink slogans, "Dam Good" with the flavor Core underneath it. Flipping the can around there is the usual nutritional information as well as warnings (in English and French). I like the color of the can here and I think it goes really good with the drink. "Dam" fine job here on the can.
(8.5 out of 10)
Taste: With the flavor here being labeled as Core, I have no idea what to expect. I open it up and I am greeted with a familiar energy drink scent. Upon first sip, I thought this tasted like a Monster clone almost. Then some other flavors started to show up as well. Interesting flavor here that has a bunch going for it. There is a pretty good amount of carbonation to the drink but it all goes together well.
(8 out of 10)
Does It Work: Inside Beaver Buzz Core we get: 240 calories, 58g of sugar, 2040mg of taurine, panax ginseng, 200mg of caffeine, guarana, and some other high quality ingredients. Once again nothing spectacular here but the drink does its job of giving you a nice energy boost. Expect about a good 3-4 hour energy pick me up here with no crash.
(7.5 out of 10)
Overall Thoughts: Once again our friends from Canada have done good with Beaver Buzz Core. I like the Beaver Buzz drinks quite a bit. They provide a nice alternative to the Monsters and Rockstars of the energy drink world. If you are out and about and you see that angry looking beaver staring at you from behind the cooler door, you should buy one and give Beaver Buzz a chance. You can check them out on the web at: Beaver Buzz Energy. Another "Dam Good" experience from Beaver Buzz energy drinks.