Last Updated: 1/5/2012 1:53 PM
While we’re not big fans of using the word “Loco” (it feels like a cheap play on Four Loko), we do appreciate that it is obvious as to what this product is (which we can’t say about the other Diabolo flavors). Otherwise, this product is essentially the “Menthe” variety with he addition of caffeine and taurine -- two ingredients that are synonymous with energy drinks. On the outside, the black can feels more visually appealing than the other pastel colored cans, but it still leaves something to be desired (we can’t imagine this can luring in consumers over other more established energy brands). Overall, it’s better than the Menthe variety, but still in need of improvement. Finally, we question if an energy entry helps or hurts this brand -- it is a definite distraction from its core proposition of sophisticated sodas.
Container16 oz Can
Supplement Facts Serving Size 8 fl oz (240mL) Servings Per Container 2 Amount Per Serving % Daily Value* Calories 25 Calories from Fat 0 Total Carbohydrate 7g 2%* Sugars 7g Sodium 0mg 0% Protein 0g 0%* Niacin 20mg 100% Vitamin B6 5mg 250% Vitamin B12 4.8mcg 80% Pantothenic Acid 5mg 50% Taurine 500mg ** Glucoronolactone 150mg ** Caffeine 80mg ** Inositol 50mg ** *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. **Daily Values (DV) not established. Not a significant source of Vitamin A, Calcium, Iron.
CARBONATED WATER, CANE SUGAR, CITRIC ACID, TAURINE, NATURAL FLAVORS, GLUCURONOLACTONE, CAFFEINE, ACESULFAMEPOTASSIUM, INOSITOL, NIACINAMIDE, SUCRALOSE, D-CALCIUM PANTOTHENATE, PYRIDOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE, CYANOCOBALAMIN.
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