Last Updated: 9/19/2008 11:29 AM
In terms of what's inside the bottle, they've done a nice job of mixing nutrition and flavor. The product has a palatable, easy to drink fruit flavor that tastes like a mixture of grape and raspberry -- just as advertised. There's a mild but noticeable aftertaste of the added ingredients, which include glucosamine, boron, calcium, and chondroitin sulfate, as well as sweeteners acesulfame potassium and sucralose. The drink has a modest 30 calories and 8g of carbohydrates per bottle, which makes it credible as a health oriented product. Packaging is probably the drink's weakest point, relying on a stock bottle (8 oz) and a label that doesn't really get us excited. Overall, we like what they are trying to do, but the execution of the outside needs to be better.