Jagermeister to put Resurrection to the test.
The Look: I kind of like the zany look of the can here. The designs on the front make a nauseated looking smiley face that looks nice against the white can. On the back they have nutritional information as well as a passage about when to use Resurrection.
(7.5 out of 10)
Taste: I did not enjoy the taste of this drink at all. It had way to many flavors going on in it along with some very odd ingredients such as black pepper extract. I managed to chug about 75% of the can but then I could not stand the taste any longer. The initial taste is bad but it is the aftertaste that really got me. If I had to choose having a hangover or drinking this again I would have to seriously think about it.
(3 out of 10)
Does It Work: Here is what powers Resurrection: 50 calories, 12 g of sugar, 100% vitamin C, 100% niacin, 300% vitamin B6, 200% vitamin B12, magnesium, and a special herbal antioxidant blend. In the drinks defense I did wake up feeling pretty good this morning. After drinking more alcohol last night then one should responsibly consume I was able to get up about 8:30 this morning and complete my agenda without a problem today. Once again, the taste was bad though and I would have a hard time drinking another one of these again. Not going to give this a score just a yes or no answer.
Yes it works if you can manage to drink it
Overall Thoughts: This is a cool idea for a product and I really wanted to like it. Unfortunately the taste is just to bad for me to recommend to anyone. If the company reformulates the taste I believe they would have a great product but the taste kills what might of been.
Official Website: http://www.antihangover.com