Reviews

Review: Vim Vitae Exotics

Vim Vitae, a Dallas, Texas-based producer of cold-pressed, high pressure processed, organic juices that was formerly known as Vim + Vigor, has launched this new product line, “Exotics,” which features unique flavor varieties, including Chia Sangria, Spicy Rita and Jicama High Five.

Review: Harmless Harvest Harmless Coconut Probiotics

Harmless Harvest’s “Harmless Coconut Probiotics” is a line of plant-based beverages that utilize both the coconut’s water and meat to create a unique and innovative product.

Review: Temple Turmeric Raw Vinegar Drinks

Temple Turmeric is a brand that has been about bleeding edge innovation since the company’s inception. Its latest effort, a line of raw vinegar drinks, continues with that trend as it attempts to pioneer what appear to be some first-of-their-kind formulations.

Review: Daily Greens Adds Green ADEs For the Masses

Overall, Green ADE is a nice addition to the Daily Greens lineup. It offers a modest price point, (mostly) familiar flavors, and a value proposition that should appeal to a wide audience of consumers seeking organic beverages.

Review: Venice Cold Brew Becomes an Early Mover on Cascara

Venice Cold Brew's sparkling cascara is a blend made from the fruit (or “cherry”) that surrounds the coffee bean, carbonated water and sugar. The innovative beverage is almost soda-like, and while there’s definitely room to improve the intuitiveness of this product, it’s a solid start.

Review: Zevia Sparkling Water is a Logical and Timely Line Extension

While Zevia has been innovating in the CSD category, there’s another category that has been exploding: flavored sparkling water. That said, Zevia’s move into the space seems like a good extension given its credibility as a zero-calorie natural player and broad awareness of its brand.

Review: Amazon Jungle Acai Drinks

Amazon Jungle is a line of acai berry based beverages that, on the surface, appears to follow the footsteps of other acai drinks.

Review: Soylent Adds Two New Flavors

The last time we took a look at Soylent, we remarked at how far the brand has come since its original, powdered effort. So, when we saw that there were two new flavors launching, we were pretty interested in seeing whether the company would continue to advance and evolve the brand.

Review: GuS Extends Into Single Serve Mixers

Since 2003, NYC-based GuS (aka Grown-up Soda) has been producing less sweet carbonated soft drinks that are made with high-quality ingredients. With its products targeting an adult palate, GuS is now expanding into an area that seems quite complementary: cocktail mixers.