Gross Food Week #6: Nexcite

I suppose I’ve developed a little reputation for myself. The Huffington Post described us as “no holds barred,” while my own family took the more direct approach and wondered if we weren’t “pushing the line.” Frankly, I just like to think of myself as the girl who tried all of the carbonated sexual aphrodisiacs the world has to offer. Simple pleasures, that’s what defines me.
This particular beverage came to the United States by way of hatred and copyright infringement in equal doses. Nexcite, a whimsical Swedish penis pumper, is a soda designed to provide a proprietary formula of herbal extracts and caffeine with which will fuel your manbits like no other. Like no other, I say! And because it was fifty cents on clearance and had a rabbit on the label, I tried it for you today. The soda is Viagra blue and smells like an energy drink, if an energy drink was consumed by a toddler and vacated with 50% more melted blue Jolly Ranchers than it originally contained.
It just leads me to wonder, why oh, why would the manufacturers of this drink make it bright blue and candy-scented? With its cute bunny logo, it’s just asking to be guzzled by a small child. Or worse yet, it’s all getting clearer to me now. With its emasculating smell and antifreeze pallor, it’s the perfect way to get a little kink into the bedroom by tricking your man into thinking he’s about to down a shot of Prestone. The five supplements, not to be confused with the fifty ways to leave your lover, which yours will undoubtedly do after watching you wince this down, are as follows: Yerba mate, an herb traditionally used in hot tea, which everyone knows makes you look brooding and sensitive, damiana, nature’s off-brand Viagra, illegal in Louisiana, ginseng and guarana, everyone’s favorite acid-flavored energy drink supplement, and last but not least, schizandra. This is not a Mary Sue-esque Final Fantasy character as I initially thought. It’s a Chinese berry that aids in soothing the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. How sexy is that?
Nexcite tastes like the darker side of liquified cotton candy and green tea mixed together at a frat party. It’s both bitter and overly sweetened and as a flavor best described as being throat-punched by a lime, with a potently sour aftertaste like a Warhead. Extremely sugary, in a weird way that sticks to your gums and works its way into the crannies of your mouth, like sexual harassment for your teeth. It numbed my taste buds for a good ten seconds after each sip, which I suppose aids in diffusing some sexual tension if you’re not sure of, how shall we put it, the provenance of some particular after-dinner treats you may partake in. This’ll fix you good. In regards to the state of my sexual performance prior to and after consuming this drink, I can’t tell you if it helped. I was too busy looking slack-jawed at the recommendation on the side of the bottle: “As a supplement, drink 1-8 bottles a day.” Holy crap, Nexcite, I’m a woman, not a machine. Here’s to drinks directly fueling the sex working industry, one male gigolo at a time.

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