Last Updated: 8/6/2010 11:09 AM
While this probably won’t be the best selling flavor of Vibranz (fruit flavors have more shelf appeal), it’s definitely the best in terms of execution. Why? It all comes down to the pairing of flavors, with the spiced flavor of the chai and the fermented note of flavor from the kombucha bolstering and enhancing one another. Plus, they’ve sweetened it with agave syrup, which gives it an extra earthy note at the end. As a result, both flavors taste great, with a yin and yang thing going on between the two. There’s a decent amount of sweetness to this variety compared to the rest of the line, although it still comes in at a reasonable 80 calories and 14g of carbohydrates per 16 oz. bottle. Functionally, the product contains raw, organic probiotic content, B vitamins, and EGCG. On the outside, we like their minimalist looking illustrations, which go nicely with the earthy and natural positioning of the product. The label is clutter free and easy to read, with only the important information on the front of the label. Overall, we think that Vibranz has executed this product almost perfectly.