This is the most foul-mouthed Rat Bastard Root Beer Review that Handy Father will ever do. *Not kid-friendly packaging… The root beer tastes good though weak, and has a lot of quality ingredients listed on the label. The flavor is a spicy, not-so creamy flavor, like a watered down version of Virgil’s Root Beer. When you drink it the Clove and molasses stand out as the principal flavors.
This is the second root beer that we know of so far with caffeine in it.
The label of this root beer lists the ingredients you’ll be drinking: Carbonated water, cane sugar, molasses, citric acid, caramel color, caffeine, natural and artificial flavors, herbal blend (American, Siberian & Korean ginseng; jasmine; clove; dong quai – angelica; skullcap (Mud Dog Weed); African Capsicum; Ginko Biloba; Gotu Kola; Goldenseal; Echinacea; Reishi & Shitake & Cordyceps), Sodium Benzoate (to preserve freshness)
In all, it is a weaker flavor than would be expected with the ingredients listed on the label, but it isn’t a bad flavor, and is certainly drinkable.
We give the Rat Bastard Root Beer review a score of 3.0 out of 5 for it’s foul mouth, and use of quality ingredients.
Don’t go out of your way to buy one of these, but if you find yourself looking for a root beer, and this one is available… just grab a black marker and censor the label. Drink and enjoy.
Rat Bastard Root Beer isn’t available everywhere, so if you struggle to find it, and really want to try it, get some Rat Bastard Root Beer here.
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