It’s been awhile since the announcement of the G Fuel Sonic Peach Rings and my delivery for it finally arrived. I got the tub sent over in order to give it a whirl so I can talk about the taste and styling of this drinking option.
This obviously has the marketing of a Sonic product while being released by the energy formula company G Fuel. I was also able to try some of their sample flavors a month prior to this one, likely what caused the delay in getting this version sent to me a tad after release.
So what you get here is a forty serving per tub offering that’s sugar free. It contains fifteen calories per serving and is a powered mixture that you add into water. After that adding you mix it together until the particles have been spaced out and are not present when it comes to taste.
There’s even a little scoop in this one with the right serving size which is nice. It’s a fairly simple process, and it doesn’t take very long to prepare which is ideal. That’s important if you’re tired and want a boost without a lot of work.
It’s essentially packed with antioxidants and some vitamins too. It’s also focus amino fortified which is a unique edge of this product. It’s honestly a solid energy refresh.
I’ve been using the G Fuel servings when I grow tired from writing or after hikes. It’s refreshing and gets me back to normal levels which is appreciated. Basically throws you into the whole zone again, gets you going super fast. Sonic blue blur fast.
Fun packaging aside, this is a orangeish peach colored drink which makes sense according to the name. In my taste testing I get a tropical flavoring, very fruity in nature. The peach definitely comes across a strong entity flavor wise, but there’s more to it than just that.
It’s actually one of the better G Fuel flavorings that I had tried. Overall I was fairly impressed with this one. It’s got some cool collector options for those Sonic fans and in general it’s a fun little offering and mix from G Fuel.
It’s definitely different and an enjoyable partnership to see happen. It makes sense. I’m assuming some might have expected more of a metallic ring taste due to the nature of it being named after rings, but alas this be a great fruity mix.
That is a slight joke just in case you were curious, and not a good joke at that. Anyways, it was great and I was pleased with this drink option. There are some other articles and stuff linked below, but that’s essentially the look at this offering. Be sure to grab it before it’s gone as this likely won’t be around forever.
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