Axe & Sledge Rolls Out "Whiskey & Cola" Flavor to Seventh Gear
This evening at 8PM Eastern Time our friends over at Axe & Sledge will be dropping a new flavor of their Seventh Gear Pre-Workout. The new flavor option is going to be the brands one of a kind "Whiskey & Cola" flavor which they introduced to their "The Grind" Amino supplement earlier this year.
Axe & Sledge tends to roll out new flavor options to a single product, and if well received rolls it out to the rest of the line as we saw them do most recently with their Shark Bite flavor. So we wouldn't be surprised to see the Whiskey and Cola flavor make it's way over to Ignition Switch, Hydraulic, and the rest of their line.
This all new flavor will be dropping on the Axe & Sledge website shit evening and we're hoping to have it in here at Best Price Nutrition sometime in the coming weeks.
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