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- Delicious blend of lemonade, tea, and Monster energy
- Easy to drink & quenches your thirst
- Packed with electrolytes
- Delivers a full load of Monster’s Energy Blend and only 10 calories per serving
- Rehab the beast
You can do better buying these drinks at the store. This is a terrible deal. They are 2.39 at gas stations.
This stuff is straight up delicious. It has no syrupy feel or taste like most energy drinks. It tastes largely of lemonade with strong hints of black tea. Perfect start to the day, I usually drink one about an hour into my work shift. Very low calorie but full of taste.
As of writing all the Amazon sellers are asking absurd prices. Try to find this at a local convenience store. The main brand of gas station around me sells it 2/$3.50
I never liked energy drinks before tasting Monster Rehab. When I finally got around to trying Rehab at the suggestion of friends, I was pleasantly surprised. Unlike the green label “regular” Monster drink, Rehab is very light. It does not have a syrup-like feeling going down and it only has 20 calories per can compared to about 200 in the regular drink. The flavor is mostly lemonade with a hint of tea (much like the “Half and Half” teas on the market). Unlike most drinks sweetened with sucralose there was no chemical aftertaste. The energy rush from the drink took about 10-20 minutes to set in and lasted about 2.5 hours. Although most of the people I know use Rehab as a coffee replacer in the mornings (lemonade with the effects of coffee is a great way to start the day), I drink this every weekend so I can stay up late with my family.
As much as I like this drink, I wouldn’t buy it from Amazon at the price they are listing. Once a month Rehab goes on sale in grocery stores and you can get a can for $1.50-$1.99 vs. $2.30 being charged by Amazon. Wait for the sales then stock up.
JammieColumbia Falls, ME
I’m hoping that the label showing “2 pack” means that there are actually 48 cans for this price. Otherwise I can do better buying them individually at the corner store.
Most energy drinks I have to choke down. This is the only one I’ve ever tasted that actually takes good. In fact it tastes quite good.
The taste is like a weak lemonade. I personally can’t pick up the tea taste, which I don’t mind, as I am not crazy about tea.
I don’t notice any particular energy boost. But I believe it has about 170 mg of caffeine, so it ought to have not quite the kick of a no-doze pill.
Seriously, this I’d actually drink for the taste.
It dosnt get much better than this, it taste just like an arnold palmer. I highly recommend this to everyone.