It's not an altogether bad taste; it's just very fruity and super sweet. It could probably also use a little more carbonation, but on the whole, Phoenix-based Euphoric Energy has concocted a juicy energy booster -- albeit with a temporary boost.
Euphoric Energy also contains an interesting herbal blend. Ginseng and Inositol are more common in energy drinks; EE has both, but also includes Maca Root Extract, Suma Root Extract, and Damiana Leaf Extract.
So Euphoric Energy's watermelon/kiwi drink tastes like ultra-sweet artificial watermelon and includes an army of vitamins and herbs -- but is it actually energizing?
Well, yes and then no. At first, Euphoric Energy is crisp and refreshing, and when you get to the bottom of the can, you will feel a boost. The feeling's similar to taking the first eye-opening sip from a cup of really strong coffee, but subsides after about an hour, when it's replaced by a mild sugar crash.