Posted: Feb 05, 2016 at 10:21 AM
(Last Updated: Feb 11, 2016 at 12:01 PM)
Having already sampled and enjoyed the company's flagship flavor, we were quite excited to try Mucho Gazpacho’s other offerings. Its green gazpacho, which still sounds somewhat traditional, was the place that we started. This variety blends green tomatoes, cucumbers, spinach, green peppers, romaine, onions, sunflower seed oil, extra virgin olive oil, white wine vinegar, salt and pepper in a pasteurized format. The product is somewhat oily, which is noticeable in both the taste and if you pour the liquid into a glass. From there, you can taste notes of the greens, the onion and the tomatoes, with the other more neutral flavors all blending together. A final note of acid from the vinegar and salt help round it all out. All in all, it’s a really nice tasting product and one that offers some very nice savory flavor. Packaging, which is an 8 oz. fully wrapped glass bottle, looks like something that is high end. The packaging is text heavy, but it somehow works, which is likely due to how the company organized the various chunks such that they feel like cohesive elements. The messaging is easy to understand and read quickly, which is always a plus. Overall, this product definitely doesn’t taste like gazpacho in the traditional sense, but it’s enjoyable and is something that enhances the Mucho Gazpacho lineup.