Neuro Mints Freshen Your Breath and Wake You Up

A few years ago, we looked at Neuro Gum and were impressed with its ability to taste good while also providing a jolt of caffeine. The folks behind Neuro Gum have a new product for those of you who don’t like to chew your caffeine-Neuro Mints!

Neuro Mints Freshen Your Breath and Wake You Up

Neuro Mints are very similar in formula to Neuro Gum. Like their gum counterparts, they contain caffeine, L-theanine, and vitamin B12, but they’re mints. They come in a small, pocketable tin, 12 per package, and they pack a very strong punch.

I made the mistake the first night I received them of trying them when I opened the package, around 6 pm. At 1 am, I realized the reason I was laying wide awake browsing Reddit was that the mints worked a little too well. On the upside, I did find the mints to be a godsend when I chaperoned a kindergarten field trip to the zoo. It’s hard to keep up with overexcited 5-year-olds, so a few mints carried me through the day nicely. I even shared with my son’s teachers.

Neuro Mints Freshen Your Breath and Wake You Up

Minifig for size comparison only

Flavorwise, I liked the Neuro Mints more than the gum. My biggest complaint with the gum was that the flavor ran out fast, while the mints didn’t have that issue-they stay nice and minty to the finish. I would put the mint flavor at stronger than a tic-tac but not as powerful as an Altoid. So they were effectively dual-useful: first they made my breath amazing, then they kept me going.

Neuro makes a lot of claims about their product and the nootropic capabilities, but those are beyond the scope of what a review here can cover. In any case, the caffeination claims definitely work, and the mints taste good. It’s cheaper and easier than carrying around a coffee and it tastes far, far better than a Red Bull, so it’s a win all around! At $21 for a 6-pack, these aren’t the cheapest mints around, but if you use them as a booster, not just a breath freshener, it’s worth it!

Source: Manufacturer provided review sample

What I Liked: Definitely gives you energy; The flavor is excellent and minty; Metal packaging is tough but portable

What Needs Improvement: Pricey


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Zek has been a gadget fiend for a long time, going back to their first PDA (a Palm M100). They quickly went from researching what PDA to buy to following tech news closely and keeping up with the latest and greatest stuff. They love writing about ebooks because they combine their two favorite activities; reading anything and everything, and talking about fun new tech toys. What could be better?