PEScience Goes Sour… Sour Green Apple! (In 3 Products)

New Year? New Flavor!

PEScience, the brand behind the famous Select Protein, has been due for a new flavor in their sports nutrition series of supplements. In late 2019, they came out with a few new protein flavors, including Cake Pop and Chocolate Mint Cookie in Select Protein, as well as a Vanilla Select Protein4Oats flavor.

PEScience Sour Green Apple

PEScience has released Sour Green Apple for their three sports nutrition series supplements!

Now it’s time to add some zing to the workout series!

We’re talking about PEScience’s Prolific (stimulant-based pre workout), High Volume (stim-free pre workout for pumps), and Amino IV (a high-leucine EAA ‘sports drink’).

PEScience Adds Sour Green Apple to the Workout Menu!

It’s been a while since the last new flavor in their sports series, when a Tropical Twist flavor came to Prolific on March 31, 2019 (according to our PEScience News timeline). The brand had most things nailed, but there was one flavor that was frequently requested from the brand that they didn’t have: green apple! So they brought it on. The question was how to balance it.

We’ve got some quotes from PEScience below, but first let’s check not one but three price widgets for these new products:

PEScience Prolific - Deals and Price Drop Alerts

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Sour but not overpowering

We asked PEScience about the flavor, and Bryant Rowe, the sales manager, responded:

I personally think it tastes like a mildly sour green [candy]. The sourness is not overpowering, it’s just right.

— Bryant Rowe, PEScience

Select Select Protein Cake Pop

Cake Pop flavored Select Protein is here – the icing and the golden yellow cake all in one sip!

In an era of flavors that rock and jock for shock and awe, this sounds refreshing, and exactly how most will want it.

Read more about the workout duo

You can read more on our Prolific and High Volume blog posts. Prolific was a very quiet success, as one of the first supplements to contain CoffeeBerry and stay compliant and an era when everyone was using stimulants that the FDA had their eye on.

And High Volume, that’s just a monster pump formula that was so far ahead of its time, it’s nearly five years later and still ranks as a top-rated pump supplement!!

Finally, if you’re here and you’re a bulker, don’t forget to check out PEScience’s Mass-NP to stack with your carbs and Select Smart Mass. This is a limited-edition nutrient partitioner meant to get your carbs where you want them to go – into the muscle!

About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is an n=1 diet experimenter with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several experiments done on himself while sharing lab tests.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public.

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