Last Updated: 11/5/2008 7:53 AM
Relying on a blend of vitamins, electrolytes, and berry extracts (presumably for antioxidants), Drench is designed to be a water beverage that helps rejuvenate your skin. From a flavor perspective, they've used green tea extract and sweetened the drink with ace-k and a touch of crystalline fructose. The flavor is decidedly diet in nature, with a mellow flavor has traces of sweetener to it. Comparing it against unsweetened flavored water products, it's definitely more enjoyable -- assuming you can handle the 1g of sugar and 5 calories per serving. The functional claim doesn't have much explanation on the label, which might hurt its credibility with the consumer. From a aesthetics point of view, it's not bad, using a minimalist approach that is clean and appealing. Overall, decent flavor and packaging, but they could improve upon the explanation of the drink's purported functionality.
Container21.4 oz PET
Per 8 ounce serving: Calories 5, Total fat 0 gr, Cholesterol 0 mg, Sodium 0 mg, Potassium 115 mg, Total Carbs 1 gr, Protein 0 gr, Vit C = 50%, Vit E = 50%, Vit A = 20%. Green Tea Extract = 1000 mg/bottle
Filtered water, crystalline fructose, natural flavors, green tea extract, citric acid, potassium citrate, green tea concentrate, potassium benzoate, natural source vitamin E, ascorbic acid, malic acid, maltodextrin, alfalfa extract, acesulfame K, maltitol, calcium EDTA, vitamin A palmitate, neotame.
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