Passion Fruit & Pineapple
Last Updated: 4/13/2011 1:37 PM
Of the Coco Exposed flavors, Passion Fruit + Pineapple is definitely the most drinkable.. Like the other flavors, it uses a blend of coconut water (from concentrate), aloe vera juice, passion fruit juice, and pineapple juice. There’s a lot going on inside this bottle, with the aloe vera and pineapple providing the majority of the flavor. It’s rather hard to taste the coconut water, although it likely has something to do with the fact that this product is less viscous than other aloe vera drinks. Since there’s aloe pulp, the product requires chewing. That’s an experience that still doesn’t seem in tune with the mainstream American consumer. In our opinion, having a lot more coconut water flavor would make this a more palatable and marketable drink. On the outside, the 11.8 oz. packaging needs a lot of work, at least in the type treatments that are used. It’s really hard to tell what this product is called, with “CC” rather than “CoCo” jumping out at you. Plus, the word “Exposed” feels like something that should be on a “raw” or less complex tasting product. That said, it certainly doesn’t aid the purchase decision. Also, the matte finish of the label feels dull and doesn’t pop the way a glossy label would. Overall, we don’t have anything against the concept of blending coconut water and aloe vera juice, but the execution of this product is missing the mark.
Container11.8 oz PET
Calories 60, Fat 0g, Cholesterol 0mg, Sodium 50mg, Potassium 480mg, Carbohydrate 15g, Sugars 14g
natural coconut water from concentrate, aloe vera juice, aloe vera pulp, passion fruit juice, pineapple juice, citric acid, Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
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