January 22, 2010
Monster Hitman Energy Shooter
Cost: $1.99 for 3 fl oz
Active ingredients: Vitamin B12, Taurine, Caffeine, Vitamin b6, Panax Ginseng, Energy Blend consisting of Guaranal, Glucuronolactone, Inositol, L-Carnitine, Glucose
Calories: Lobo- 5 per serving (1 serving per bottle)
Original- 30 per serving (1 serving per bottle)
Flavor- Original (Energy Supplement) Lobo (Dietary Supplement)
Rating: 8.5 out of 10
I gulped it down before work (replacing my usual ritual) and was pleasantly surprised to feel the kick. I've only started reviewing energy shots and the difference between them and energy drinks always catches me off guard. For a couple hours I noticed a boost, a little pep in my step you might say. I know my boss enjoys the enthusiasm. It made me want to get things done that I would usually dread or try to put off. The kick probably lasted me from 9:00 am to about 11:30am, so no problems here with its energy rating. It clearly gets the job done, and I must say there was no noticeable crash after it wore off.
Bottom Line- Monster Hitman was a pleasant surprise, their trademark taste was not too overdone in their shooter. The kick was in no way lacking. It stood out from the rest with its Monster logo that demands your attention. It could be one of the best bang for your buck. That might be something to think about if your not fond of Monster flavor.