(Last Updated: Jul 23, 2014 at 12:53 PM)
The Lemonade variety of ‘tude is one of the more successful blends in the line. It’s made with just two ingredients: lemon and, like the rest of the line, apples. The cold-pressed, HPP blend has very fresh flavor to it that, unlike some of the other flavors, isn’t too apple-heavy. For this flavor, it seems to simply come down to the fact that lemon is an assertive flavor. The citrus flavor really washes away most of the apple, which is definitely a good thing. Still, the flavor isn’t as clean as a lemon, water and sugar blend, but it’s definitely a very viable alternative that has the benefit of not having added sugar. On the packaging front, the product is aesthetically polished and attractive. The combination of lemons and apples works when it comes to the graphic, but we do feel as though the company should make the text go together a bit better. Specifically, “Lemonade” and “Apple Juice” use different colors and fonts, which makes it easy to miss the apple juice portion entirely. Lastly, the yellow used on lemonade is a bit hard to read on the white backdrop. Overall, there’s definitely some visual fine tuning, but this is a very enjoyable product nonetheless.