We Tried Monster Energy Ultra Rosa (Review)

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Monster Energy Ultra Rosa Review

Monster Energy Ultra Rosa

The birds are chirping, the sun is pouring into the window, and the alarm clock is not going off…and it’s not the weekend. The rush is on and although that adrenaline is going to keep you moving, it will wear off. How do you supplement this knowing you’re in a time crunch if not a time deficiency? Remember, it’s okay to let the monster out sometimes and Monster Energy Ultra Rosa could be the key to taking back the day.

When we eventually learn to balance what is demanded of us and what we will dole out, perhaps caffeine can become a thing of the past. Until we can rewire that intensely deep state of things, energy drinks are a way to spend less than we would at some coffee spots, save on our calories, and have an energy blend that sends us humming through the list(s) of things to do.

The way to tell Monster Energy Ultra Rosa apart is pretty simple – the can is all pink. The frosted grip is in the design of roses. Let’s see what this energy drink is all about. Also, it is advised to wait until a better time if you are pregnant or nursing when it comes to this drink, please and thank you.

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Nutrition Facts

A pink can needs to have great contents to match the fun color. Why would Monster Energy Ultra Rosa be any different? Let’s make sure the contents are right for you! One serving or 16 ounces has 10 calories, 0g total fat, 380mg sodium, 6g total carbohydrates, 0g total sugar, 0g added sugar, 2g Erythritol, 0g protein, 250% daily value of niacin, 240% vitamin B6, 490% vitamin B12, 400% pantothenic acid, and 150mg of caffeine.

When it comes to Monster Energy Ultra Rosa, you really do get minimum input and maximum output. The sodium is on the higher side, but if that element is checked everywhere else, it isn’t unreasonable. The day is moving with haste and if you aren’t, this is a great way to pick up that extra step.

Monster Energy Ultra Rosa

A Pink Drink That Doesn’t Stink?

An energy drink having Rosa as its flavor is definitely a bold move, some might find it running a similar circle to brunch. Now I think it goes without saying that this drink DOES NOT include alcohol. With the elephant in the room addressed will we still enjoy this drink or will it stomp on us with its hoof of disappointment?

Well, given Monster Energy Ultra Rosa is a pink elephant, I’m going to give it a chance. Going a few months sober does pique the interest of ‘what could virgin drinks taste like?’ I popped the top and gave it a sip. This tastes exactly how I would imagine the color pink tastes. It does have some complexity that is similar to what I can recall of a Rosa. It isn’t overly sweet and does have some floral hints.

The drink does drop to a sweetener taste but it doesn’t necessarily stand out. I’d give this one a 6/10 but I’m not interested in repeating it. Even if the energy is good, the flavor doesn’t sit within a favored range, for me. It is definitely a warmer weather flavor but it also seems to get less and less flavorful as it warms up and I’m not looking to crush an energy drink for any reason.

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