Phyzix Tropical Energy Drink

Phyzix Tropical Energy Drink

Phyzix Energy Supplement – An efficient, natural energy supplement. Formulated with fruit juice and naturally occurring caffeine – and an excellent source of vitamins B6, B12 and niacin – you’ll get more energy for increased mental focus and improved physical activity.

 

24 Cans Phyzix Tropical Energy Drink

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Description

Tropical
Made with 15% juice

Supplement Facts

Calories: 70 – 9%
Total Carbohydrates: 28g – 9%
Sugars: 17g
Vitamin C: 6mg – 10%
Niacin (Niacinamide Vitamin B3): 40mg – 200%
Vitamin B6 (pyrimidine Hydrochloride) 4mg – 200%
Vitamin B12 12mcg – 200%
Pantothenic Acid (D-Calcium Pantothenate-Vatamin B5) 20mg – 200%
Sodium 5mg – <1%
Proprietary Blend 110mg
Guarana Seed Extract, Green Tea Extract, Cha De Bugre, Fruti Extract, L-Tyrosine, Maca Root Extract, Yeba Mate Leaf Extract

OTHER INGREDENTS: CARBONATED WATER, CRYSTALLINE FRUCTOSE, ERYTHRITOL, ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE, COCONUT WATER CONCENTRADE, CITRIC ACID, NATURAL FLAVORS, STEWA LEAF EXTRACT.
ALLERGENS CONTAINS TREE NUT (COCONUT)

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Reviews

    I really enjoy it when a company introduces a flavor that’s against the grain. Remember that time Taco Bell released Dorito-infused tacos? Or the absolute classic Crystal Pepsi? Well, I guess that was more of a visual change and less of a taste change. I don’t want to get off topic here. The point is, it’s always pretty awesome when a different flavor is released. Today, I’m taking a look at an interesting flavor: RedLine Xtreme Sour Heads.

     

    How Does It Look?

    Just like its other iterations, RedLine Xtreme Sour Heads isn’t too much to look at. As per usual, the only thing that changes is the flavor section of the red bottle, a small portion at the top. As I’ve said, this is a real missed opportunity. Especially with a flavor such as sour, which could have a great neon green appearance to catch the eye. Sadly, this continues to be one of the drink’s biggest laws.

     

    How Does It Taste?

    I must say I enjoy sour flavors quite a bit. Much like my masochistic love of spice, I enjoy the occasional Sour Patch Kid on my way down the candy aisle. Therefore, it’s probably not a surprise that I really enjoyed RedLine Xtreme Sour Heads. However, the sour flavor of RedLine Xtreme just fits the “energy shot” format. Just like you wouldn’t eat a whole meal that was purely spicy, a whole drink that was purely sour wouldn’t be that enjoyable. Therefore, a quick shot of energy is perfect for a the strong sour taste.

     

    How’s The Energy?

    The theme of high energy continues with Sour Heads. I tried to drink the first half to wake up and get going and the second half in the afternoon the next day. And, I must say, it was a great way to use this drink. On the first day it helped get me going quite well. On the second day, it helped me maintain my usual coffee energy burst from earlier. So, once again, RedLine Xtreme has succeeded in doing just what it promises: providing plenty of energy in one convenient drink.

     

    Do I Recommend It?

    I must say, this very well may be the greatest RedLine Xtreme has had to offer. Although we’ll have to see once we look at the final ratings. Along with the generally great energy, the sour taste was perfect for this energy shot. While the bottle could use a new look, it’s a small price to pay to enjoy one of the better energy drinks around.

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  • blueberry energy

    How Does It Look?

    The can is a very dark blue, almost black color.  The drink is almost the same color, I guess to remind people of blueberries or blackberries.  It has purple carrot extract for color.  Purple carrots?! Who knew??

    How Does It Taste?

    I have to say that I just tasted a generally sweet flavor, with no identifiable berries.  The after taste was not too strong. The taste of Sweet Tarts candy immediately came to mind.  There’s lots of carbonation.   The front of the can says “zero sugar”, but the ingredients lists says, “a trace amount of sugar.”  I guess I was disappointed in the lack of imagination for this flavor.  I’d skip Wild Berry Blast next time.

    Does It Give You Energy?

    Meh.  Maybe I’d have felt more effects if I drank the whole can, but I didn’t.  According to the can, there’s 100% of your daily recommended vitamin C, 300% of B6,  100% of both B5 and 4900% of the daily recommended value of vitamin B12.  There’s 80 milligrams of caffeine in this drink.

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  • Now that I’ve tried at least one flavor of RedLine Xtreme, I feel much more confident going into the other flavors. For those of you that haven’t read my first RedLine Xtreme review for Triple Berry flavor, first of all, you should read that review ASAP. It’s good stuff. Secondly, I noted that it was my first foray into the world of energy shots. And, for the most part, it was a positive experience. Will the Watermelon flavor of the brand increase my enjoyment? Or turn me off to energy shots forever? (Can’t handle the drama, can you?) It’s time to take a look at the Watermelon flavor of RedLine Xtreme.

     

    How Does It Look?

    RedLine Xtreme doesn’t vary its appearance much when it comes to different flavors. While some energy drinks such as Monster may change things up drastically when it comes to different flavors, RedLine Xtreme only changes a small portion of the bottle with a picture of the fruit it’s flavor is based on. While I don’t mind this, I still believe it to be a bit of a missed opportunity on their part. Having some watermelon seeds throughout the bottle or even coloring the whole bottle in watermelon-y (is that a word?) colors would really complete the aesthetic.

     

    How Does It Taste?
    While I usually don’t enjoy berry flavors, I overall enjoyed the Triple Berry flavor of RedLine Xtreme. And, since I enjoy watermelon, I should enjoy the flavor of watermelon RedLine Xtreme, right? Well, it was decent overall. The first half that I drank didn’t seem to have that much actual watermelon-y (there’s that word again) flavor, while it was in full force the second time around.

     

    How’s The Energy?

    One thing I’ve been fairly impressed by in my time trying out RedLine Xtreme is the amount of energy it gives you. While you only drink half of the bottle at a time, you get a pretty significant energy boost. Additionally, you get this extra energy minus any jittery feelings.

     

    Do I Recommend It?

    RedLine Xtreme’s Watermelon flavor provided everything the Triple Berry had: decent flavor, a fairly generic appearance, and good energy minus any jitters. While it’s tough to compare to brands like Xyience since this is more of a shot than an energy drink, I’ve overall enjoyed both flavors. Additionally, both have helped to change my mind when it comes to energy shots in general.  

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  • One type of energy drink I haven’t quite tackled yet is the “energy shot”. They’ve gotten quite popular in the past few years, with 5 Hour Energy being the top choice. Personally, I’ve never been all that interested in energy shots, as I always believed drinking more liquid gave you a subconscious additional mental boost of energy. Does that make sense? Anyways, it’s time for me to begin my journey into energy shots with RedLine Xtreme Triple Berry. Is it as good as its name is long? Let’s find out.

     

    How Does It Look?

    Of all the drinks I’ve reviewed so far, RedLine is the first to be plastic instead of aluminum. Just thought I’d mention that. RedLine is actually a fairly large plastic bottle, as it’s divided into two shots. Additionally, it has a resealable cap. On a practical level, I enjoy this, as you can take a few sips and seal it back up. On an aesthetic level, not too terribly much that stands out. While there’s some berries to represent the flavor, the rest of the bottle has a bit of a generic appearance.

     

    How Does It Taste?

    Overall, RedLine Xtreme’s Triple Berry had a decent flavor. While I’m not usually a fan of berry flavors in general, I find it worked with the overall “potency” of RedLine Xtreme. If it were a larger serving size, I may not have liked it as much. But, as you’re only supposed to drink one half at a time (I’ll get further into it later), I think it worked.

     

    How’s The Energy?

    Something that definitely stood out during my first time trying Redline Xtreme was the energy boost it gave me. Since I’m a “drink coffee all day” kind of person, I notice when there is a significant change in energy. And RedLine really showed me that, despite the fact you’re only supposed to drink half at a time, it’s the contents that matter more than the amount you drink. So I learned something today.

     

    Do I Recommend It?

    Overall, I had a pretty good experience my first time with RedLine Xtreme. While the appearance could use a bit of work, the berry taste was pretty decent. Additionally, the energy boost was quite significant. At least to the extent that I got everything done that I needed to. And, considering that doesn’t happen too terribly often, I’d say that’s one for the win column.  

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  • And so we’ve reached the end of my journey with Bing energy drinks. There have been highs, lows, and plenty of plot twists along the way. But, ultimately, it has been a pleasure. Each flavor I’ve tasted so far has been consistent and enjoyable. In my last review, I tried out Bing Black, whose blackberry flavor I enjoyed despite not generally liking blackberries. And now we get to the sequel: Fruits I Don’t Really Enjoy, Part 2: Raspberries. What a catchy title. Will Bing Raz change my mind about raspberries? Well, you have to read the article to find out.

     

    How’s The Can?

    There has been one definite consistency in every can of Bing I’ve tried so far. Generally, each can is eye catching and represents the flavor well. However, the appearance of Bing Raz doesn’t quite stand out as much as the others. For the most part, each Bing can has done a great job of mixing simplicity and bold colors. However, Bing Raz just seems out of place. Nothing about it really shows that it’s raspberry flavored.

     

    How’s The Flavor?

    As I alluded to in the opening, I am not the biggest fan of raspberries. However, as I also alluded to, Bing Black was still very enjoyable despite my general distaste for blackberries. I can honestly say Bing Raz pretty much accomplished the same thing. The raspberry flavor, while not too overpowering, really mixed well with the basic Bing flavor. So that means Bing is 2-0 when it comes to getting me to like fruit flavors more. Now if only it could make me like kale…

     

    How’s The Energy?

    Along with the appearance of the cans, the energy of Bing has been very consistent with each flavor I’ve tried. However, as I said, the can for Bing Raz was a bit disappointing. The same can’t be said for the energy of Bing Raz, as it has the same decent energy boost of the others. It won’t help you power through typing up a final essay at midnight, but it will give you enough power to keep you going throughout the day.

     

    Do I Recommend It?

    Of all the energy drink brands I’ve tried so far, Bing has definitely stood out as a favorite. And, for the most part, it’s been the most consistent. Outside of the underwhelming can of Bing Raz, every flavor has looked good, tasted good, and had a decent amount of energy. That gives it my official seal of approval. I don’t have a medal or anything for them, so we’ll just call it an honorary seal of approval.

     

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  • I must say, I’ve really enjoyed Bing energy drink so far. The two flavors I’ve tried, basic cherry and apple, have been sweet and full of energy. But what happens when I try a flavor I’ve haven’t tried featuring a fruit I don’t generally enjoy? Will the world as we know it cease to exist? Probably not, but let’s find out. Today we’re taking a look at Bing Black, the blackberry flavor of Bing. No, I don’t generally enjoy blackberries. So sue me. Well, actually please don’t.

     

    How Does It Look?

    If nothing else, Bing Black has what I consider to be one of the most aesthetically pleasing cans on the shelf. Each flavor has a different color and style, yet each is eye catching and doesn’t have too much going on. However, with all the types of cans I’ve seen, Bing Black might be my favorite so far. Just look at it! It looks classy, yet sophisticated. And you can’t say that about too many things that only cost a few bucks at the supermarket.

     

    How Does It Taste?

    Let’s talk about the elephant in the room here. The elephant I foreshadowed in my opening paragraph. The complicated tale of my relationship with blackberries. Maybe it’s my general lack of healthy diet or the fact that I need to give them another try now that I’m older, but I’ve never been a huge fan. Well, Bing Black may just have changed that. You see, the blackberry taste isn’t too strong, meaning it doesn’t overpower the general Bing flavor. If you’ve been skeptical of blackberries before, Bing Black is a great spokesman..or spokescan.

     

    How’s The Energy?

    While I’ve loved most everything about Bing, I can admit that the energy might be its weakest point. Don’t get me wrong, it’s got a good amount of energy. However, Bing is not quite on the level of some of the big names such as Red Bull or Monster. While it’s not going to have you bouncing off the walls, it will give you a good energy boost. And if that means not compromising the flavor, I’d say it’s worth it.

     

    Do I Recommend It?

    I truly believe Bing to be rising to the rank of one of my favorite energy drink brands. The appearance is memorable and unique. Every flavor I’ve tried has been sweet and delicious. And, while it didn’t completely quench my constant need for energy, it gave me just enough of a boost to get some work done. I mean, I finished this review, didn’t I?

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  • Now that I’ve had my very first opportunity to try out Bing energy drink and mastered the intricacies of energy drink reviewing (kind of), I feel like I’m ready to move on to some different flavors. While cherry is the “flagship” flavor of Bing, there are a bunch of others available. Flavors that are sweet, flavors that are savory, flavors that can change the world. Man, I should write slogans for them. Let’s take a look at the “Crisp” flavor of Bing energy drinks.  

     

    How Does It Look?

    Something that’s very important about looking at the appearance of energy drink cans is how they approach different flavors. With some energy drinks, such as Xyience, it’s as simple as a minor color change. With others, such as Monster, every different flavor is it’s own colorful canvas. I feel like Bing is a happy medium. The only major difference between the Crisp and original cans is the color. However, the colors of both cans brightly reflect the flavor of the drink. That’s really all an energy drink can is supposed to do–that and keep the liquid inside.

     

    How Does It Taste?

    I enjoyed Bing energy drink’s cherry flavor for its sweetness without being too terribly sugary. Bing Crisp isn’t too terribly different. While the can itself says that Crisp is made with “Apple & Cherry Juice”, there isn’t much of a cherry flavor at all, as I only got the apple taste. Maybe it was a typo? Regardless, it has that wonderful green apple taste that’s a delicious mix of sweet and sour.

     

    How’s The Energy?

    Every time I’ve tried a new energy drink, I’ve found there to be a pretty wide spectrum of energy. Some will give you a large burst of energy followed by a crash, others will simply give you a minor boost. Bing Crisp gave me a minor energy boost that was sustainable overall. I wasn’t bouncing off the walls but I also didn’t crash. If you’ve had as many energy crashes as I have, you know why that’s a good thing.

     

    Do I Recommend It?

    While I’ve only had 2 cans of Bing energy drink in my lifetime, I can honestly say I recommend it. Bing Crisp, much like the original flavor, has a great appearance, sweet taste, and good amount of energy. It’s definitely the least “energy drink” tasting energy drink I’ve had. If that makes sense. I believe this to be a benefit, as it has a simpler, juicier taste. Again, if that makes sense.

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  • After trying out the various flavors of Xyience, I’ve decided to move on to another brand I’ve yet to try: Bing energy drink. What do I know about it? Well, not too much. I know it shares its name with a search engine, and that it’s cherry flavored. That’s pretty much it. Let’s take advantage of this blank slate and take a look at the classic cherry flavor of Bing energy drink.

     

    How Does It Look?

    One thing that stood out automatically in the supermarket drink section was the appearance of Bing. The can is an appealing bright red that really catches the eye, even when there are so many other drinks vying for your attention. The can is also branded very well, with a simple yet memorable logo and cherry to emphasize the flavor. This is honestly how you make an energy drink can. Not that I’m a energy drink can designer. But I am a connoisseur.

     

    How Does It Taste?

    Something that’s important to keep in mind when rating energy drinks is the caloric content. And not because I’m a health nut or anything. (In fact, I’m fairly certain I ate nothing but BBQ chips for dinner tonight.) But there is a correlation with the taste. You see, the lower the calorie count, the more likely you are to have that “diet-y” taste. Well, I can honestly say, with a calorie count of 40, there is no remote diet taste to be found. While that should be expected since it isn’t zero calories, I can definitely commend Bing on having absolutely no hint of diet-y taste despite the low calorie and sugar count. Good job, Bing makers (in case you’re reading this).  

     

    How’s The Energy?

    It didn’t take too long for the energy of Bing to begin kicking in. I can honestly say the drink gave me a great boost of energy. However, it didn’t feel like it lasted too long. I had a quick burst of energy that overall felt a bit unfocused, almost similar to a sugar rush. However, I understand this is my first time trying Bing and admit I do still felt pretty alert.

     

    Do I Recommend It?

    My first experience with the cherry flavor of Bing was a positive one overall. The can is very easy on the eyes, with ideal branding and a very fitting appearance. The taste was satisfying as well, if just a bit too sweet. While the energy came in spurts, it definitely had a favorable effect on my productivity. So, give Bing a shot next time the energy drink man stops by your house. What, you don’t have an energy drink man?

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