The makers of Miron Energy Drink have set out to deliver a unique beverage experience that combines energy with excellent taste. Like every energy drink that comes to market, there’s a big challenge of establishing a niche that is both meaningful and is otherwise unoccupied.
Clearly Kombucha has introduced two new lemonade-flavored products. The company's Ginger Mint Lemonade Kombucha and Raspberry Lemonade are both well-executed additions to the brand.
Forager has a launched a pair of cashew milk-based smoothies that are infused with probiotics. Available in Banana Date and Strawberry Banana varieties, the products are a nice extension for Forager's nut milk line.
Alta Palla is a new brand of organic and fair trade-certified sparkling juices. Produced by the makers of Hiball, the juices come in four varieties. We sampled the Lemonade and Grapefruit products for this review.
Cold-pressed and HPP juice brand Juicera has revamped its packaging and added two new varieties: Simply Orange and Coconut Lemon Water. Without question, the new look is cleaner and more polished looking. However, it’s somewhat easy to miss the Juicera logo.
UVO is a first-of-its-kind “sun protective supplement” drink that claims to provides 3-5 hours of sun protection. It’s a function that’s definitely going to require a significant leap of faith to trust the functionality of this product (if it doesn’t work, you get sunburned, right?).
Found’s latest flavor is this one, Watermelon Basil, and it very much follows in the footsteps of the brand's other flavors.
Black Living Water is a bottled water beverage that blends water from the Rocky Mountains with fulvic and humic acid, probiotics, trace minerals, and electrolytes. At a pH of 10, this product also qualifies as an alkaline water.
Jones Soda’s Birthday Cake Soda is a limited-edition variety that was designed to commemorate the brand’s 20th anniversary. Since it’s also BevNET’s 20th anniversary and Jones Soda was one of the first startup brands that we covered, we figured it was appropriate to give this a try.
Revive Kombucha has shifted to a new 10 oz. bottle as its primary package. While the original 16 oz. swing-top bottle has its time and place, this is just a much slicker looking and more practical format.
MatchaBar, a small chain of matcha cafes based in New York City, has launched a new line of ready-to-drink beverages. MatchaBar's eponymous product line comes in three varieties -- original, fuji apple ginger and peach, each containing two grams of ceremonial grade matcha.
Packaged in a 1.7 oz. shot bottle, Monfefo (‘mon-fee-fo’) is a high pressure processed (HPP) blend of that is made with three simple organic ingredients: ginger, lemon, and honey. The result is something that’s flavorful and intense, but also very fresh tasting.
Purity Organic has launched a new line of super-premium teas. Packaged in 14 oz. glass bottles, the line includes five varieties: three formulated with matcha, one with guayusa and one with mate.
Bruce Cost’s Original Spicy GB is the company's most recent offering in an 8.4 oz. can. Compared with its 12 oz. line, this seems like a much more appropriate portion. From a flavor perspective, this is still very much the Bruce Cost Ginger Ale that we know and love.