Last Updated: 12/12/2008 9:24 AM
Like its counterpart, Mojave Rattler uses a blend of glucose and sucralose, but this time they've reduced the artificial sweetener to create a "low-carb" formulation. The flavor is otherwise the same, with a berry style flavor that has a unique spiced note to the finish. On the other hand, there's a bit too much in the way of sucralose after effects, which could certainly be improved. Packaging is attractive, but cluttered, and certain front panel text elements could certainly be moved to the back. Furthermore, the use of the color purple along with the absence of a flavor name implies that the drink would be grape flavor, which it is not. Lastly, there's the name, Mojave Rattler, which seems like an unnecessary effort to reinforce the obvious snake theme of the drink. Overall, not as good as its counterpart.
Container16.9 ounce re-sealable aluminum bottle
Serving Size 8 fl oz (240 ml), Servings Per Container: About 2, Calories 25, Total Carb 4g, Riboflavin 1.7 mg, Niacin 20mg, Vitamin B6 2mg, Vitamin B12 6mcg, Sodium 120mg, Protein 1g, Ginseng Extract 200mg, Energy Blend 3000mg
Carbonated Water, sugar, glucose, citric acid, maltodextrin, taurine, sodium citrate, glucuronolactone, natural and artificial flavors, ginseng extract, l-carnitine, inositol, caffeine, sodium benzoate (preservative), caramel color, sucralose, potassium sorbate (preservative), niacinamide (vitmin b3), guarana, acesulfame potassium, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin b6), riboflavin (vitamin b2), cyanocobalamin (vitamin b12)
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