Today we are going to review a trio of drink by All In.
Citrus, Root Beer & Grape
If you are a fan of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) you have probably seen some of the players holding or possibly drinking All In energy.Â It seems that All In is to the WSOP what Red Bull is to motorcycle racing, X games ect.
All In is a sugar free drink (10 calories) that comes in the standard 250 mL “bullet can”.Â The artwork is nothing fancy but works on the poker theme with the flaming poker chip, dragon in the background and the Chinese character “Qi” which means breath (but it’s more like your entire life).
We first sampled the Citrus flavor and WOW, this has a killer bright yellow color but very minimal aroma once the can is opened.Â First sip offers a basic generic lemon taste that is mild, high carbonation assaults your taste buds and then leaves you with a substantial aftertaste and film on your tongue.Â I normally don’t drink sugar free beverages so I can really notice the artificial sweetener and i think that promotes the aftertaste.Â All In Citrus has an OK taste but the aftertaste and tongue film put me off a little.Â Citrus will give you a little boost of energy but nothing intense.
Next on the list we have the grape flavor that produces a light rose colored liquid with a faint grapey aroma that is very bubbly when poured into a glass.Â First swig offers a subtle artificial grape flavor that will pucker your mouth a little.Â All In grape provides you with an aftertaste that gets stronger after you swallow it followed by the film on your tongue.Â The grape flavor is much worse than the Citrus, I really don’t want to drink another can of it.
All In includes some goodies like: Inositol, caffeine, herbal blend (astragalus, panax ginseng, panax quinquefolium + schisandra) niacin, B+C vitamins and folic acid.
Overall I wouldn’t pay $2 for a can of this…… if someone gave me a citrus for free I would probably drink it.