Last Updated: 4/26/2013 11:37 AM
This variety of O2 Living is made with raw carrot, pineapple and yellow beet juices, giving it a very nice fruit and vegetable flavor. The product is full-bodied, but quite balanced, with just the right amount of the three ingredients being blended into something that definitely drinks like a cohesive product. Nutritionally, the product is touted as having fiber, protein, enzymes, and vitamins -- basically, it’s similar to what you’d get from consuming these products raw. Visually, the 16 oz. squarish bottle feels somewhat rough-looking, starting with the front panel, which is covered with text. We don’t understand the aggressive approach to calling out the nutrients of the product (doesn’t everyone know vegetables and fruit are good for you?), and the vague “sense enhancer” callout. We do know, however, that what’s missing is an easy to read mention of “raw” (it’s currently in fine print along the bottom). In addition, we think that the branding of the product could be much stronger. The company has done a fairly nice job with its website, but it just hasn’t translated to the bottle yet. Overall, exceptional flavor, but the packaging design needs to be improved.