Last Updated: 4/18/2007 8:34 AM
The full strength version of Citrus Mango Cintron is much more enjoyable than its sugar free counterpart, mainly due to the fact that there are no artificial sweeteners hiding the fruit flavor. Fortunately, the fruit flavor is actually enjoyable, with sweet mango and citrus flavors being discernible from the mix. It finishes up in a relatively clean way, with a minimal amount of energy aftertaste. Packaging is good, but it's somewhat hard to distinguish between the regular and sugar free varieties, mainly due to the use of orange lettering that is both hard to read and blends in with the shiny silver background. Overall, it's a decent product, especially as far as Hispanic focused entries go, but it could still use a some cleanup in terms of its design.
Container16 oz. can
110 Calories per 8.0 fl.oz. Total fat = 0% Sodium= 200mg = 8% Potassium= less that 1mg Carbohydrates= 27g = 9% sugars = 26g Protein = less than 1mg Naicin= 100% Pantothenic Acid = 50% Vitamin B6 = 250% Vitamin B12 = 80%
Glucoronolactone, Taurine, natural & artificial flavors, carbonated water, sucrose, glucose, citric acid, sodium citrate, caffeine, sodium benzoate, D calcium pantothenate (B5), pyridoxine hydrochloride (B6),cyanocobalamin (B12).
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