First there was 2:1:1. Then someone said "hey, let's do 3:1:1". Then people were like "4:1:1 is the best, bro". Then it jumped to 8:1:1. Now it's at 12:1:1. What's next, 100:1:1? Probably.
Nah, not for SLAP. Many studies over the years have shown 2:1:1 is the ideal ratio in BCAAs. Heck, the same companies now pimpin' 12:1:1 were just shouting 2:1:1 just a few months ago. And since we're old school, that's what we're rollin' with. And we don't like drinking straight Leucine in a crazy ratio. Don't be fooled by the hype and the marketing to "just add more and say it works better".
Also don't be fooled by overly sweet, artificially laced fruity tasting aminos claiming to be awesome. Ours is what's awesome; it's clean, its got limited ingredients and its Salted Caramel, bro. Enough said.
Oh, and it's 45 servings, bro. So there's that.
GLUTEN FREE. SOY FREE.
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This stuff is amazing! Tastes phenomenal and mixes well.
This is a great BCAA that is so different to anything else in the market place. When you open the tub, it smells almost chocolatey, the taste is definitely caramel. Not only is it a great product but contains 15 more servings than most other BCAAs.
Completely love how different this flavor is from other BCAA's I've seen. Great taste and fast shipping. Slap Nutrition, you had me at hello. Thanks for such an amazing product.
I absolutely LOVE the salted caramel BCAA's! Instead of creamer, I use these every single day in my coffee!!!! Caramel flavored coffee anyone?!? DO IT!
These BCAAs are always in my gym bag. always. they have been a staple in my diet and workout regimine for a long time. salted caramel flavor is bae. i also tried the strawberry mojito, but it didnt jive well with my buds. so ill stick to what i love.
Mixed this with Almond Milk and it tasted like dessert. Absolutely delicious
Great product with many uses!
I treated myself to these because of the awesome Black Friday sale, and am stoked that I did so! The salted carmel BCAA's have a yummy, prominent flavor that goes well in many recipes (baked goods, protein frostiez, coffee drinks, and more). My only complaint is that they are slightly too sweet for my taste buds, but I tend to like more salty/bitter flavahs, even with desserts.