Repp Sports Raze Energy Apollo Review
Apollo – Going into this flavor I had no idea what to expect. Upon the first sip you get a strong cherry flavor that hits your taste buds. As the flavor lingers into the aftertaste this starts to enhance as you find a blue raspberry, mango, and subtle strawberry taste. To what exactly this flavor is I can’t put my name on it, but it has a berry melody with other enhancing fruity flavors. I like it because it is not very heavily carbonated and provides a unique flavor that leaves a consumer not knowing what to expect. For some that is a gamble, but Raze is very well known for making a good tasting energy drink. I would rank this top 3 behind Galaxy Burst and Sour Gummy Worms, and highly suggest giving it a try.
Hydration Matrix – Taurine & Potassium Citrate
Performance Blend – Betaine (Hydration & Cellular Concentration)
BCAA’s (Additional Free Form Amino Acids)
Focus Matrix – L-Tyrosine, Choline, Alpha GPC (Nootropics for cognitive enhancement and mental clarity)
The prices on REPP Sports Raze energy drink will vary depending on promotion. These retail at $30 for a case of 12. I have seen them drop to 20-30% off from time to time. Therefore it would make them $21-24/Case of 12 cans. When you break down the cost per can it can come out to around $1.75/Can, which is very reasonable on the energy drink market. If you want to wait to try these in a local B&M you may pay upward to $3 a can before investing in cases.
Sour Gummy Worms
Comparing other energy drinks
If you favor pure flavor à Bang
If you favor a coffee replacement, afternoon get me up, and well-rounded energy drink à C4 Carbonated
If you favor pure energy and focus à Hyde Power Potion
If you favor a strong long lasting energy drink à Repp Sports Raze
If you favor a fully-fledged pre-workout carbonated beverage à C4 Ultimate Carbonated