"Euphoric" is an adjective that means "feeling intense excitement and happiness." Apparently that excitement and happiness can now be achieved by sipping a citrus-y drink called Kin, which calls itself a Euphoric. According to Kin, Euphorics are "a new category of adult beverage crafted for conscious connection. The secret is in the stack: balancing adaptogens (herbs that help the body adapt to stress), replenishing nootropics (compounds that help enhance cognition), and nourishing botanics (plants that balance flavor and function). Stack them together and you get euphorics that lift the mind and relax the body so we can better connect with others." So you're telling me I can get my buzz on without the booze? I can get my buzz on without a raging hangover? This sounds too good to be true.
The question is, does it actually work? I read a ton of reviews and the overall verdict I was able to decipher was...kind of. Some people said it made them feel happy and smiley, some people said it made them simply feel a little calmer, some people said it had zero affect at all. This means I clearly need to test it for myself. Watch the video below to see my final verdict.
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