Last Updated: 6/29/2007 11:14 AM
You could've knocked us over with a feather when we tried this: it's actually not bad. A low-sugar, kid-oriented sports drink, Rudy Revolution uses a mix of crystalline fructose and a touch of xylitol (a low-calorie sweetener) to make a light-tasting citrus drink with no aftertaste and a pleasant mouthfeel that doesn't have a lot of the salt texture associated with other sports drinks. The bottle, despite a potentially disastrous shrink-wrap of Rudy Ruettiger being lifted by fellow Notre Dame football players, is nevertheless fairly understated, albeit the milk-slammer style bottle is a bit flimsy. Still, we'd reach for it again, and at 100 calories in a bottle, we wouldn't mind our kids drinking it at all.
Container16 fl oz (473 ml) plastic
Nutritional information is not available for this product.
CRYSTALLINE FRUCTOSE, XYLITOL, CITRIC ACID, SODIUM CITRATE, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS, SODIUM BENZOATE, L-ARGININE, L-CARNITINE, SEA SALT, POTASSIUM SORBATE, GUM ACACIA, NIACIN, PANTOTHENIC ACID, GLYCEROL, ESTER OF WOOD ROSIN, BROMINATED VEGETABLE OIL, VITAMIN B6 AND VITAMIN B12
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