I've always thought it to be a good idea to mix up my preworkout choices from time to time. However, when I find one that really gives me an awesome push, I stick with it for a few refills until I become immune to it. Lumberjacked was unfortunately not one of those repeat purchases.
Cost - 7
At a little over $1 per serving, this 30-serving container weighs in right around all the rest as far as cost. The advertised servings per container seems exactly right, if not under estimated. I am around 15 servings in and there is still plenty left. This thing may make it to 35-40 servings, and I'm a overfill-the-scoop kind of guy.
Taste - 5
The only flavor available in this supplement from Kodiak Supplements is Pink Lemonade. As someone who isn't a big fan of any color lemonade, it wasn't terrible. It really only had an aftertaste of pink lemonade, which I personally didn't enjoy too much, but it wasn't as overpowering as it could have been. Overall, the taste was subtle and easy to get down.
Mixability - 10
No complaints here! One scoop and about 8oz of water plus a little shake and this thing is perfectly mixed. No clumps and no sticking to the side of the bottle.
Effect - 6
I like the tingle. I crave the tingle. Coming in at 3g of Beta Alanine per serving, it gave some tingle, but not as much as I like. This surprised me since my previous go-to preworkout only had 2.5g. That being said, the actual push it gave me was pretty good. I wasn't bouncing off the walls, but I was able to get that one or two extra reps each time.
Overall - 7
The main complaints in this review are more personal than anything. If you enjoy pink lemonade, you'll enjoy this. Just don't expect a full-fledged sugary version of the drink. And if you're looking for a decent jumpstart to those 5:30am workouts with minimal tingle, this guy will do the trick. Be careful, though. Too much of this stuff and you'll turn into a true lumberjack like Shane.