Strawberry Kiwi Watermelon
Last Updated: 8/16/2010 10:34 AM
Strawberry Kiwi Watermelon was the final Borojo flavor that we sampled. While there’s a lot going on with this product, it delivers an enjoyable sugar an erythritol sweetened flavor. Honestly, we were slightly disappointed that you can’t taste the flavor of the borojo, but what you can taste is a pleasant blend of strawberry, kiwi, and watermelon fruit flavoring with undertones of green tea and mate. And it’s those last two ingredients, green tea and mate, along with added guarana extract that make for a product that’s got some kick to it. There are also vitamins and minerals in the mix, but they do not disclose the levels on the nutrition panel. Recently, the product was given a slight refresh to its label design. Mainly, they’ve eliminated the two tone color scheme and cleaned up some of the text that is on this product. As a result, the borojo superfruit seems deemphasized, while the product's flavor and function (which they now describe in a more succinct way) take center stage. We think that’s a great move for the brand, making the product more appealing on the shelf while staying true to its core. Plus, the new look is more pleasing to the eye, which is always a good thing when it comes to a graphic refresh. Overall, this product is definitely heading in the right direction.
Container16.9 oz PET
Calories 50, fat 0g, sodium 0mg, carbohydrate 14g, sugars 12g, protein 0g
Purified water, organic sweeteners, organic borojo extract, natural flavor, purple carrot juice concentrate, organic fruit juice concentrates (strawberry, watermelon and kiwi), citric acid, organic yerba mate leaf extract, organic green tea extract, l-malic acid, organic guarana seed extract, organic ginseng root extract.
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