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Review: 3 Water

3 Water is a product that blends spring water with electrolytes and caffeine (50mg) and enhanced to achieve a pH balance of 7+ (slightly alkaline). The result is a beverage that the manufacturer hopes will be viewed as the “perfect water.”

Review: Beet Performer

The flavor of Beet Performer, which is marketed as a "performance beverage," is exactly what you’d expect: beets, beets and more beets. It’s something that will be polarizing, starting from the second you see the dark red liquid.

Review: Reed’s Culture Club Coffee Kombucha

This flavor of Reed’s Culture Club Kombucha is made with water, sugar, oolong tea, yerba mate, organic coffee and kombucha culture. From a taste perspective, the combination of the tea, coffee, and a slightly vinegary flavor isn’t quite something that we’d naturally gravitate towards, but it works.

Review: Invo Sencha Green Tea Coconut Water

Invo has extended its line of high pressure processed coconut water products with a new Sencha Green Tea variety. It’s an interesting product in that the flavor notes go back and forth between the tea and the coconut water to the point where you can really taste each flavor in its almost unadulterated form. 

Review: Black Medicine Iced Coffee

In a custom production process that includes "pressure brewing" the coffee, Black Medicine markets a line of three ready-to-drink iced coffee products. Having sampled the brand's mocha and latte varieties, we were floored by the smoothness, balance and flavor of the coffee.

Review: Red Thread Good Cold Brew Coffee

Red Thread Good markets a line of USDA organic and fair trade cold-brewed coffees that come in both ready-to-drink and concentrated varieties. In our review of the brand's Purist and Dreamy products, we think the company has done well with formulation, but the product’s logo could use a bit of refinement.

Review: Jubali

Formerly known as Life Force Juice, Jubali is a line of organic and cold-pressed juices and smoothies. Featuring a number of playfully named and rather unique formulations, Jubali has done a nice job with its juice blends. As for the packaging, we think there's some room for improvement.