Neurosonic is a lightly carbonated drink that’s supposed to increase mental performance. You’d probably classify it more as a vitamin supplement than an energy drink or soda pop, and it’s got a few things going for it. Only 35 calories, no artificial colors or flavors (which doesn’t mean a whole lot these days, heck even poisons come from the earth), and a bottle that manages to be trendy and yet unintentionally retro at the same time.
Not a big fan of their logo, which looks more like something you’d find on the side of a CT scan machine.
It’s packed with vitamins. Odd ones, too. The typical B6 and B12 are here, but 50% of your Vitamin D is present also. Huh???
Adding to the weirdness is the inclusion of resveratrol, a compound found in red wines. Hmm, ok. Please note that there is no alcohol present in this drink.
Though maybe you’ll wish there WERE. I’m not sure if it did much or anything for my mental performance (got to be honest, probably not much can be done in my case) but it sure as heck didn’t do much for my taste buds. Blech.
I don’t remember how much I paid for it, but I’m guessing it was more than your typical soft drink. And again, it’s not so much a soft drink as it is a supplement.
Can’t really recommend it though. It’s got 9 grams of sugar, and that sure as heck ain’t enough to make THIS medicine go down.