Finding something new to review for the Carbo Nation can be exciting. So, on a recent shopping excursion I stumble upon Zusma Energy Tea White Berry flavor. I immediately wonder what an energy tea is, and also wonder what exactly a white berry is as well. So I do what any reasonable person would do it that situation, I read the label before I decide to make the purchase. I then became that guy, the guy who stands in the grocery store soda aisle looking inquisitively at the label of a mere drink. What I discovered was mildly impressive and elevated Zusma White Berry from a curiosity to must drink. Several things jumped out at me, and I will provide a short synopsis now. First, this stuff is made with white and green tea as its base, a novel and intriguing start. Next we have agave syrup, cane sugar, and hibiscus powder for extra flavor. This drink sounded more and more delicious the more I read, and the sale price was good enough to compel me to make the purchase. Hey, this drink is promising!
The top has been cracked opened, and I take a sniff. There isn't a discernible scent, which is a good thing in my mind. So I decide to take a sip. Not bad. A very mild taste consisting of green tea taste and some type of berry. It tastes most similar to white grape juice in my opinion. While the taste is not spectacular, I will say that it tastes well above average and is worth the cost of procurement. I take several more sips to ensure I have the correct reading, and sure enough, I do. Several more sips are taken and the can is finished in no time flat. There is no aftertaste and the flavor remained constant. Overall I like what I've seen, or in this case, drank. I would actually drink Zusma again!
Final review: Buy a bottle! Folks Zusma has good ingredients, good taste, and a good price. All of which point toward a solid beverage purchase that could surly satisfy you thirsty desires.