Does anyone know anything at all about the quench gum?
Billed as “America’s #1 Sports Gum,” Quench Gum supposedly quenches thirst and relieves dry mouth. After a recent injury sidelined me for a couple of months, I was able to begin working out again this week, and decided to give Quench a try. It seemed like the perfect solution to, well, quench my thirst – it’s small and packable (unlike sports drinks); I like gum; and it comes in a fairly impressive variety of flavors. I decided to test its quenching ability after a long, hard swim. I like Quench’s packaging. It’s efficient, reasonably appealing, and the gum actually looks like the picture on the package. Each pack contains ten pieces of two-tone gum lined up tightly and individually wrapped in waxy paper. The gum has a slightly nostalgic feel, since it’s not packaged with many frills. It’s a bit reminiscent of the original pieces of Bazooka. I went for the Strawberry Watermelon piece first. It was tasty – very good, in fact, but tasted a bit like sour apple candy. I expected a burst of
Quench Gum: In the mid 70’s, Quench was developed for professional athletic teams and quickly escalated to America’s top-selling sports gum. In the heat of thirsty competition, Quench Gum’s tart-sour flavor and saliva stimulants help relieve what athletes refer to as ‘cotton mouth’. Quench works to soothe away that irritating, arid feeling inside your mouth and throat. Official website: http://www.quenchgum.com Sources: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Quench-Gum/18507612390#/pages/Quench-Gum/18507612390?