12.0% alcohol by volume
24 ounce cans
Oh look. More of these things. Tilt has actually been around since 2005, so it technically predates Four Loko. It was recently changed from an ABV of around 5-6% to the now ubiquitous 12% we see in every drink. They also upped the can size to further compete with Four Loko. So it’s still basically a Four Loko clone. I have noticed that many people think this is smoother and tastier, so I was pretty excited (eh, not really) to try it. These alcopop cans can’t get away from the idiotic label design. Is that supposed to be a tribal tattoo? If you’re into tribal tattoos you should drink thirty of these in one sitting and reevaluate your life. Oh wait, those are two dragons breathing fire that reads “12% alc/vol.” I see now. I hope this is just old marketing executives grossly missing the mark, but I guess there’s a chance that many young people like this crap.
Drank this sucker from a glass.
Your average blue raspberry. A very cool looking light blue.
Kind of smells like an Icee, but not as delicious. God, I wish they had Icees up here in Boston. And Wawas too.
Wow, it’s actually a lot smoother than Four Loko. There’s still a considerable amount of alcohol bite but this doesn’t make me want to throw it into the sink. At least not right away.
This is light years ahead of Four Loko. If you have a choice, make the right one. This is the only time in my life I’ve ever recommended an Anheuser-Busch (or InBev technically) product so savor it. 3 out of a possible 5. Here’s my buddy almost chugging a Tilt. He’s not actually my buddy but I can dream.