Darlings, I recently discovered this health drink that's made up of love, happiness, and good vibes... and a bunch of science stuff. But let's concentrate on why we're introducing Tranquini to you.
I can't be the only one a tad concerned about the amount of energy drinks that have flooded the market in the past three years. It's as if every second son and his brother have invested in canning caffeine and taurine into drinks marketed at everyone from gamers to investment bankers. We all need a bit of pick-me-up every now and then but chugging stuff that'll make you see in four dimensions (not really, I am being sarcastic) can't be good for your health.
That's exactly where Tranquini likes to flip the script, so to speak. This inotavite brand has come to the fore with a drink that does the oposite of those sugar-boosted energy drinks. No, Tranquini does not put you to sleep but it does get you to relax... and in this day and age, we can all do with a double dose of chill every now and then. Instead of tossing a bunch of ingredients into a pot, this stress releaving drink contains a balanced mixture of lavender, lemon balm, and camomile.
I took Tranquini for a test drive a week or so ago, just when deadlines were closing in faster than I had expected. It was one of those days where you don't know if you should breathe or pass out. So I grabbed a Tranquini and figured what the heck, we might be sceptical about this type of stuff but let's give it a whirl. Like clockwork, I calmed down and focused my energy on what's important. Needless to say, I nailed deadlines left, right, and centre and managed to have an hour to spare just so that I could write this review.
It's good to mention that Tranquini is low in sugar, contains none of that terrible artificial preservative stuff and has even less artificial flavourants. Why not grab a can or three of this stuff, put on some John Lenon, and give peace a chance? Or nail a deadline like I had. Also, do yourself a favour and check out their Instagram page - it's so pretty. It tastes pretty good too.