Cost Per Ounce: $0.09
Active Ingredients: Alcohol, caffeine, ginseng, Guarana
Taste Rating: 6
Kick Rating: 7
Final Judgment Rating: 6.5
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Tilt Energy Drink Review
I tried Sparks and it was a little sweet. However, I loved the concept of a pre-mixed alcoholic energy drink. Don’t you? Actually I don’t care, I am the one doing the review and this is what I think about the Tilt Energy Drink which is made by Anheuser Busch.
Tilt Energy Drink Review: Taste
Tastes kind of syrupy, like an energy drink mixed with beer and has 6.6% alcohol. Well that is about the only thing good about Tilt energy (it has energy). This drink is not only sweet, it tastes kind of stale or old (pick one). Having been the second brand of energy drinks with alcohol that I tried, I would much rather prefer a Sparks, even though that is sweet as well. Final taste rating a meager 6, if they are going to keep making energy drinks with alcohol in them I hope they come up with something a little better tasting.
Tilt Energy Drink Review: Kick
Not a bad kick. It must have a decent amount of caffeine because I could definitely feel the affects afterwards. The kick lasted for about an hour or two at the most which is not that great, but hey at least you are getting some booze with that. Final rating for kick is a 7. Not bad for an alcoholic energy drink.
Tilt Energy Drink Review: Final Judgment
You can't beat the price, at about $1.50 a can this is on par with Sparks and actually cheaper than a lot of energy drinks out there. At a bar you would probably pay more for this drink, but if you are looking for a happy hour drink or pre party drink and you don’t want to shell out the $4-$8 dollars for a mixer with red bull than this is a viable alternative. Just wish it tasted a little better, try mixing it with a little 7-up, this will dilute the syrupy taste. Or, just put it on ice for a couple of minutes! Final judgment 6.5 – hey it's cheap and it has alcohol.
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