mberry review (5/10)

Drugs have been around as long as humans have and as we’ve seen, more so as of late (as in the past few decades) people have been looking for a psychedelic “trip.” While the visual and sound effects can be mimicked to some extent virtually, people still want that feeling of not having definite feeling at all. Thanks to the creators of mberry, you can now trick your mouth like you would your mind.

mberry

The packaging with this one is, in the most simple terms, right. While that statement is vague, it’s still the best was to describe it, because with what you know you’re getting this is a sleek design that works like a pouch. With the contents inside it boils down to simplicity and functionality that just work.

 

Unfortunately with this product, it becomes a classic bait and switch. With the promise of turning hot sauce into donut glaze I was hard pressed to find somebody who wasn’t interested in trying this one out. And while it does invoke the “flavor trip” that’s promised, it is minimally effective at most. Lemons and likes tasted sweet, but the foods it works with were few and far between.

 

It would be a cool stocking stuffer, and maybe a nice experiment to try out with some friends, but anything past that and it just doesn’t hold purpose. I couldn’t do any better than a (5/10) on this one.

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