Unsure why anyone would want to drink such things here, a little Googling at home turned up many documents touting the efficacy of asparagus as a diuretic, cancer-fighting, protein-packed wonder vegetable. And while we can't dispute or support any of those claims, we do know whether something is drinkable or not.
We started with the green variety, admittedly because the ingredients list cane sugar and fructose, while the white only claims "sugar." We thought the second source of sweetening would help cover the veggie taste, which it definitely does ― until you keep drinking and detecting the flavor a little bit more each time. If you don't parse it out too much in your head, you can drink a decent amount of it.
The can, by comparison, led with a terrible whiff of asparagus that turned the stomach and watered the eyes, with a flavor that doesn't try to mask the main ingredient even a little bit. White asparagus is supposed to be milder than green and is more expensive, so we don't necessarily think that's what's in the can. We'd like to be a thorough researcher, but could not get past two sips of it, which might be its own clear answer in itself as to whether you should try it. Who enjoys this stuff?