With all of the chaos of the day, I had forgotten that I purchased a Brain Toniq the night before and stuck it in the fridge to get it nice and cold.
I popped it open and took a sip. Sweet, but not too sweet. Citrus-y, with a hint of grapefruit. No bubbles. Smooth and cold. Fresh. I admit – I wondered what it would taste like with Vodka – but that’s another blog post altogether.
I sat down next to my friend and handed him the can. He’s one of those strange people who drinks water, not soda.
I asked him if it tasted like Red Bull, and like me, he’d never tasted Red Bull. So if any of you have had both, please leave a comment and let me know. I’m curious.
The Brain Toniq must have been good, because when I got the can back, there were maybe two sips left. Lesson learned. Next time buy two.
What’s In It?
Choline, Eleuthero Root extract (Siberian Ginseng), Rhodiola root powder, DMAE, Blue Green Algae extract, Carbonated water, Organic Agave nectar, natural citrus extracts and citric acid.
No caffeine. No processed sugar. According to the company, “no fake anything.”
Brain Toniq is both Vegan and Kosher.
The company calls its toniq, The Clean and Intelligent Think Drink. Because I shared my can, I can’t attest to the cognitive boost that is supposed to happen.
I like that there’s no caffeine. I want something I can drink that won’t keep me up at night. I love that there’s no processed sugar. I clearly need help in this area. The ingredient list looks impressive, and you can research the science on the company’s website. Plus, it tastes alright.
I will definitely purchase more to test the cognitive claims, and I will update this post with my results.
Where To Buy It
I purchased mine at Whole Foods, but you can also order by the case via the BrainToniq website.
Have you tried Brain Toniq? Leave a comment below and let me know what you think.