Frozen Ice is an interesting product. My expectations were way off and I reacted accordingly. I received a quick lesson in the tartness across Adrenaline Shoc's lineup. My incorrect assumption was that Frozen Ice would be a smooth, light flavor. Regardless, Frozen Ice is a decent drink. The packaging is among the best in Adrenaline Shoc's lineup, which doesn't hurt. I don't think this product will have massive mainstream appeal, but those who enjoy tartness and a subtle lemon-lime flavor will enjoy.
I was expecting a smooth flavor from a drink titled Frozen Ice. In a gratuitous ice metaphor, I was expecting a freshly resurfaced ice rink and received an icicle to the tongue. The drink has a shockingly sharp bite to it, and is surprisingly bitter. It reminds me of sprite for a split second, before the seltzer-like bite kicks in. Another way to describe the bite is that instance when you added too much lemonade powder and not enough water. The dramatic reaction is brought on mostly by the contrast to my expectations. Overall, it may not be what was expected but it is solid nonetheless. The tart flavor won't be for everyone but I found it to be moderately pleasing.
The white background with black accents seems appropriate for a flavor named Frozen Ice. The can has the satin finish found across the Adrenaline Shoc lineup. It feels nice to the touch, but may be a tad more slippery in your grasp. The color scheme really highlights the Adrenaline Shoc logo and I think this is the best looking Adrenaline Shoc can I've seen.
Adrenaline Shoc Frozen Ice has 300mg of caffeine, approximately equivalent to three cups of coffee.
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