“Citricity” is a rather clever name, and the orange on the can alludes to the actual flavour. However the taste, a complex cocktail of clementine and orange, has initially a sharp juicy wateriness to it, who imitate the fruits organically, complete with a dazzling tartness that is only helpful to its desired naturalness. It is an impressive impersonation, but things are generally not sweet enough, even with fifteen grams of sugar and some Stevia for good measure. Resultingly each sip is bored of itself, thus boring the drinker, but thankfully the diminutive twelve ounces flash by swiftly and without agony. Overall, Thinq Citricity is a painless product that is not worth your tongue's time.
Each can contains: caffeine, ginkgo, some complicatedly spelled herbs and extracts, and Vitamins A, D, and many of B. The kick, or should I say “focus+mood enhancement,” lasted just under two hours, unsurprisingly though still unimpressively. In the end, Thinq Citricity is a visually beautiful beverage that drinks blandly.