- Jen Glantz recently reviewed four energy drinks for Insider
- O2 Hydration™ was not among them, and rightly so - because we are not an energy drink
- We want Jen Glantz to review sports drinks next
WHO’S JEN GLANTZ?
Bite your tongue! Jen Glantz (@jenglantz) is an author, podcaster, and prolific product reviewer who knows a thing or two about, well, all kinds of things.
And, now that she’s dipped her toes into energy drinks, if only metaphorically, we’d like to get her opinion on sports drinks, O2 included. As you might guess, we don’t care who’s in the lineup, because we’re confident Jen is an O2 fan, even if she doesn’t know it yet.
In fact, we’d be willing to bet on it. Ms. Glantz, consider this your invitation to try something new, if you’ve never tried O2.
JEN GLANTZ LIKES CELSIUS - FOR NOW
We can hear the cheers and the jeers from here, but we hold no ill will against Ms. Glantz, or anyone who hasn’t tried O2. Now, if you’ve tried it and still don’t like it...we actually don’t know what that means.
We’ve literally never heard that before. Jen may be the first, but we doubt it.
But, as the story goes, she pulled four energy drinks from the store shelf (the rest will remain nameless in this article), and of the four she preferred a drink named after a unit of temperature.
What is that about, by the way? Are they referring to the drink, our body temp …?
WHY WE THINK O2 WILL WIN ANY (SPORTS DRINK) TASTE TEST
Well yeah, we have to qualify it - we’re not trying to go up against bourbon and milkshakes … or bourbon milkshakes, heaven forbid. Some things are sacred.
But we will whip the pants off of any sports drink out there, and perform better while we’re at it. And, some might say that’s the secret sauce - that O2 really works, which makes it taste all the better.
We won’t argue with that, but we’d add it’s also because we only use 10 premium ingredients, sweeten it with monk fruit and a pinch of organic sugar, and then oxygenate it.
Yes, studies show super-oxygenated liquids can accelerate detoxification and enhance muscle recovery, but there’s an interesting bonus effect: it makes O2 dance on your tongue with light, airy magic.
That’s all to say: O2 is one of a kind, Jen Glantz, and we hope you take the time to put it in a sports drink flavor rumble. You choose the combatants - we take all comers. Let the battle begin!