Of the two V8 V-Fusion Energy flavors that we sampled, this is the one that we preferred. This is mainly the result of fruit flavor that is much cleaner, with both the peach and mango flavors distinguishable from the mixture. In addition, the sucralose is less of an issue for this flavor than it is with the Pomegranate Blueberry. However, we can’t help but feel as though they should have carbonated this product -- it would drink much more like you would expect an energy drink to. Functionally, the energy comes from added green tea extract, a natural source of caffeine, and added B vitamins. On the visual front, the choice of an 8oz can definitely makes it look like an energy drink, but the design of the front panel is less than appealing. There’s a lot of noise in the form of text on the front panel -- they should just cut a lot of it out (or move it to the back panel) as it doesn’t impact the purchase decision. In addition, the yellow swirl in the background doesn’t add anything and makes the text blend in rather than stand out. Overall, it’s the better of the two V8 V-Fusion Energy flavors, but it still needs work.
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