Here’s my honest review of C4 Smart Energy. When reviewing this I focused on two main areas- Performance and Taste.
This is where C4 shines brightest. You get what you pay for. 30 minutes in, and as advertised, you get a really solid focus. Unlike the C4 powders, you don’t get the typical betaalinie focus for tearing up the gym, but you can still use it for fitness, just don’t expect that from this drink. This might be good if you don’t such a strong dose of caffeine and those tingles .
These C4’s have minimum crash, too. What you get is more like a slow subside from the caffeinated state. It’s sort of a, no pun intended, let down, when it wears off. But on a negative side, you do feel sleepy, which isn’t good for most people. So you’d be best to leverage this by taking it at an appropriate time based on your activities for the day.
1 thing I want to note when giving this rating:
I really don’t expect any energy drink to score any higher without compromising its nutritional profile.
I recommend not looking for a taste bud utopia when you come to this. Typically, the higher the expectation for anything, the bigger the letdown.
This is marketed as a carbonated drink, so in a sense it’s competition for coke and sprite, as well as other energy drinks. I don’t think anyone enjoys drinking most energy drinks really, but I can say C4 smart brain is good on taste. Honestly its best competition is itself. Out of the current flavors of smart energy, I can say freedom ice taste has to be the best(I haven’t tried the black cherry yet).
To me, Freedom ice is like a funny cross between a sprite and a coke. The blue berry in it reminds me of sprite remix or some sort of rocket pop.
I give this product a
The only way this would get higher is if there’s a really amazing flavor that outdoes freedom Ice. again, I haven’t tried the black cherry yet, and it’s sold out.
Haha, maybe that means something?