Saturday, February 19, 2011

Tweak Extreme

Very seldom does an energy drink make me nervous about drinking the entire bottle.  Well a drink called Tweak Extreme comes plastered with more warning labels than any other drink I have tried.  I was lucky enough to get my hands on all 3 flavors, so let's see if Tweak lives up to the hype.

The Look:  Tweak Extreme comes in a 12 oz plastic bottle that will vary on coloring depending on flavor.  In a bold font they have the words "Tweak Extreme" going vertically down the bottle.  Underneath the name of the drink they promote the fact it is: an extreme energy drink, zero calories, zero sugar, and zero carbs.  Nothing really intimating on the front.  Now let me try to count all the warning labels on each bottle: 1 warning label on the top of the cap,  1 warning label on the bottom of the front, another warning label in the supplement facts, and then a huge warning next to the supplemental facts on the side.  Now maybe you can see why I was a little nervous about this drink before I even opened it up.   The package looks very nice and the only small gripe I have is no caffeine content is listed.
(8 out of 10)

Taste:  Extreme energy drinks can sometimes suffer in the taste department.  So I was a bit nervous of what Tweak Extreme was going to taste like.
 Grape:  This is my personal favorite flavor of Tweak Extreme.  The medicinal taste is very minimal and almost non existent.  The grape kind of reminds me of a melted grape popcycle.
 (8.5 out of 10)
 Berry:  Berry is a very common flavor for energy drinks and shots so I was pretty sure what the flavor was going to be like.  The berry flavor reminds of a 5 hour energy shot taste except 12 oz of it.  This isn't a bad thing but you can tell you are drinking an extreme energy drink on this one.
(7.5 out of 10)
 Pomegranate:  The final flavor I tried of Tweak Extreme was Pomegranate.  The flavor here is very mild and could use a bit more sweetness to it.  Don't get me wrong the taste is good but I would of just enjoyed it more if it was a tad sweeter.
 (8 out of 10)

Does It Work:  If you are going to plaster the bottle with warning labels, hopefully there is a good reason.  First let me emphasize that there are 3 servings in each bottle.  I highly recommend against trying to drink the entire bottle in a short period of time.  For the review I drank about 2 servings of the bottle and I got hit hard. This is not the kind of drink you want to have for sitting around all day.  Once you drink Tweak Extreme you will be wired out of your mind.  I would recommend this for any outdoor activities, going to the gym, seeing how many times you can run around the house, or maybe if you wanted to try and run across the state of Texas.  I would not recommend Tweak Extreme for being at work, playing video games, trying to relax, or anytime you don't want to feel like the delivery guy from Mad TV (
All jokes aside this is some serious stuff that will fill you with an insane amount of energy.  I was going strong for close to 5 hours after drinking just 2/3rds of bottle.  Use caution with this one.
What powers Tweak Extreme? Caffeine, evodia rutaecarpa fruit (5% Evodiamine), yerba mate, N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine, oriental ginseng root, vinpocetine, yohimbe HCI, and green tea extract.
(10 out of 10)

Overall Thoughts:  Tweak Extreme lives up to the hype.  For the price of the drink it is an incredible value and you will not be disappointed in it.  If you are looking for an extreme energy drink then Tweak Extreme is highly recommended by myself.  Just remember when you try it, those warning labels are there for a don't be stupid.

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