Thirstmonger.com (If you are looking for cases of your favorite energy drink then you should check them out) were nice enough to hook me up with quite a few flavors of Rage energy drink. . This flavor of Rage is labeled as The Grape Escape. Let's see what it has to offer.
The Look: I understand what they were going for with the look but unfortunately it makes the can come off kind of feminine. I actually love the skulls they used on the black background but I think they went a little overboard on the pink/purple. You get the giant R on the front along with the flavor and even some key ingredients listed on the top. On there back there is the usual nutritional information as well as caffeine warnings.
(7.5 out of 10)
Taste: As you can guess from the flavor The Grape Escape, this drink taste like grape. You ever have grape soda before? That nails the taste almost perfectly. I found it a very tasty drink with no caffeine taste. If you like grape flavored stuff then this will really hit the spot!
(8.5 out of 10)
Does It Work: This drink follows the traditional energy drink mold when it comes to ingredients, except for the small amounts of creatine (after all why try to fix what isn't broke?). There is 160 mg of caffeine, 2000 mg of taurine, ginseng, B vitamins, and a good number of other great ingredients powering Rage Wrath. After drinking this down for my morning wake up I got a great energy boost with no crash.
(8 out of 10)
Overall Thoughts: The flavor and kick to this drink were good enough that I would proudly carry around the purple can. I really enjoyed Rage Wrath. It is my favorite so far of the 2 Rage drinks I have reviewed. You can check them out online at Rage Energy and you can buy some to try for yourself from the guys over at Thirstmonger.com. As always let me hear your thoughts and comments on the drink.