Tuesday, April 12, 2011



RATING: 9.6 OUT OF 10.

I know I'm a bit late to the punch, but my gas stations don't have Monster M3, or the new Rockstar Recovery. Thankfully, I did find Monster Rehab, and to put this review in a few words: I highly recommend it.  The design is pretty cool, with a golden yellow and black label behind a black Monster M. I would put this as not only the best Monster packaging, but also one of the best I've seen, ever. The flavor is described on the can as a lemonade and tea mix. If you've ever had Arnold Palmer, this tastes pretty similar. It has a very refreshing and smooth lemonade flavor with a hint of tea. Unlike Arnold Palmer which is half lemonade, half ice tea, this has more lemonade flavor but the tea takes away any sourness. Unfortunately, it's only 5 percent juice but I've never seen a lemonade drink with 100 percent juice, otherwise they would call it lemon juice, which is sour and doesn't taste very good. The taste isn't the only thing that's amazing. Monster continues to impress me with there awesome energy blends, and this one is even bigger than the original. It has 200 percent daily value of vitamin b3. 200 percent daily value of vitamin b5, 200 percent daily value of vitamin b6, 200 percent daily value of vitamin b12, 2,000 milligrams of taurine, 400 milligrams of panax ginseng, and an energy blend topping 6,455 milligrams which has glucose, black tea extract, caffeine, concentrated coconut water, milk thistle extract, quercetin, l-carnitine, glucuronolactone, guarana, inositol, acai extract, goji berry extract, and mangosteen extract. Now I'm sorry but you just don't find blends like these every day. I won't go into any detail but let's just say this is one of the best energy blends I've ever seen. So far, so good for Monster Rehab. But how does the kick perform. Well, according to Energy Fiend, the caffeine content comes in at 170 milligrams per 16 ounce can. Combine that with some great energy enhancing ingredients and re-hydrating ingredients and you get yourself a killer drink. Of course, I have had stronger kicks before, but I really like how Monster Rehab hydrates you and gives you that energy drink buzz at the same time. There is no crash at all, since there is only 6 grams of sugar and 20 calories. To conclude, Monster Rehab will go down as one of my all-time favorite offerings from them. The rating is an incredible 9.6 out of 10. You have to try this drink.


  1. Thanks for the awesome review!

  2. Can I request a review of the Monster Ubermonster, whenever it is available near you?! Please and thanks.

    Also, I am in love with your blog. It is pretty much amazing. I found it randomly, and I am also obsessed with energy drinks. My friends all laugh at me, but I can't help myself, I love them. Anyway, so great job with this blog!! :)

  3. Julia, thank you very much for your comment. I have been unable to find Ubermonster in my area, but perhaps one day it will show up.

  4. lol, wteff is Ubermonster?

    There are 4 other Rehab flavors, btw, Avery, 3 of which are amazing in their own right. Get on the ball. ;)

  5. Oh, the one that is brewed. I had it a month or so ago. It's 1) overpriced and 2) not far removed enough in flavor/texture from the original Monster flavor to be worth it.

    Will take the Rehab flavors over the Uber product 10/10 times.

  6. I realize that, my city is very slow at acquiring energy drinks. I will review them when I can. Please bare in mind that these reviews do require some work.

  7. Sorry to hear that you've been deprived of these wonders. Orangeade is one of them (the newest, which appeared in the last few months in my area)...the other two include a green tea/pineapple juice (among others) hybrid and a rojo tea/cranberry juice (among others) hybrid. The names escape me at the moment.

  8. I just found Orangeade and Rojo Tea monster rehab.

  9. I have to know... What is your all time favorite drink/shot for energy/ euphoria?


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