We Tried Logan Paul and KSI’s PRIME Hydration Drinks So You Don’t Have To
So, here at the office, we decided to put our taste buds on the line and try out Logan Paul and KSI’s Prime Hydration drink range. And let me tell you; it was an experience. Before I jump into my personal summary, I highly recommend checking out our YouTube review video above to get the whole picture.
Now, onto my thoughts. Logan Paul and KSI’s Prime Hydration drink range is…not great. In fact, it’s pretty terrible. First of all, the packaging looks like it was designed by a five-year-old who just learned how to use Photoshop. It’s so basic yet invasive to the eyes that you feel like a complete knobhead just holding it in your hands. Maybe they’re just trying to distract us from the fact that the drink tastes like a melted lollipop mixed with regret.
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I tried all the flavours, and none of them were winners. More artificial than a ChatGPT slushie machine, Meta Moon (whatever that is) tasted like off/flat lemonade, and Grape tasted like a clown threw up in a liquid medicine bottle. I had high hopes for the Tropical Punch. I mean, who doesn’t love a good fruity drink? Unfortunately, it turned out to be as tropical as a New York City sewer rat… We all agreed that the best thing about these drinks was their sound when we poured them down the sink.
Honestly, I don’t know who these drinks are marketed towards. Maybe people who hate themselves and love bad decisions? Or perhaps it’s just for die-hard Logan and KSI fans who will blindly support anything they do, even if it means subjecting their taste buds to cruel and unusual punishment.
I don’t recommend Prime Hydration to anyone unless you’re looking for a way to punish yourself for something you did in a past life. Save your money and buy something that actually tastes good (like good old Gatorade). Or, if you’re feeling adventurous, chug a bottle of vinegar. It’ll be a more pleasant experience, I promise.
Stick to NFT scams, Logan.