The pastel red nipple screws off and is actually the cap, however the scent following is wretchedly alike those chewable nausea tablets. The taste is thankfully much more palatable, a surprisingly sweet cherry who is both incompletely authentic and artificial on the tongue. The middle ground it strikes is balanced, and the fruit indicates appropriate saccharinity through a blend of actual and synthetic sugars. There is some cranberry played with, as well as notes of raspberry and lime; all meager examples broadening the cherry's profile and resulting in something with decent depth. There is only thirty five calories per bottle but it does not taste so, with the flavour's complexity mostly masking the sham sugar's slight finish who still rears in occasionally. Overall, Neuro Sonic Energy Drink is something I would drink again for its taste.
My researched tells me that each bottle contains only fifty milligrams of caffeine, a number not entirely unexpected but unfortunate nonetheless. There is also: taurine, many B vitamins, and some annoyingly lengthy herbs and extracts and stuff. In the end, Neuro Sonic Energy Drink's unanticipated impotency and ambiguous bottle outweighs its tastiness.