Review: REBBL Mayan Cocoa Gold Label

Released in October as a Whole Foods exclusive, REBBL Mayan Cocoa Gold Label is branded as an “ultimate super herb elixir.” The USDA Organic certified beverage includes four varieties of medicinal mushrooms as well as maca and ashwagandha.

Review: Sunshine Sparkling Energy Water

Announced at Natural Products Expo East 2019, Sunshine Sparkling Energy Water is a new zero-calorie line extension that complements the company’s flagship line of energy drinks. Sparkling Energy Water features three flavors, including Citrus Lime, Pomegranate Acai and Lotus Pear.

Review: Oath

Oath is a new line of organic plant-based protein smoothies made with an oat milk base and sweetened with apple fiber. Each 12 oz. bottle contains 15-16 grams of protein and 5-10 grams of fiber, depending on the SKU.

Review: GT’s Aqua Kefir

GT’s Aqua Kefir is a six-SKU line of water kefir beverages that are positioned as “sparkling probiotic drinks.” While these products aren’t kombucha, which GT’s is obviously known for, they might be the company’s most mainstream offerings to date.

Review: Mad Tasty

Mad Tasty is an upstart line of CBD infused sparkling water that features 20 mg of broad-spectrum hemp extract. There are currently two flavors, Watermelon Kiwi and Grapefruit, both of which contain zero calories and no sweeteners.

Review: Ugly Energized

Energized is Ugly Drinks’ first major line extension since the brand’s launch just over a year ago. The product marries sparkling flavored water with functional ingredients typically found in an energy drink.

Review: Better Booch Redesign and New Flavors

Since we last saw Better Booch back in early 2018, the California-based company has been busy with a host of improvements, including a package redesign, new flavors and a new round of funding. Today, we’re taking a look at the revised and expanded line, which is a step up from its previous efforts.

Review: Rebbl Sparkling Prebiotic Tonic

Rebbl’s Sparkling Prebiotic Tonics is a line of USDA certified organic beverages that contain 6 grams of prebiotic fiber per 15.2 oz. bottle.

Review: Teakoe Fizzy Teas

Teakoe Tea Supply Co. recently announced the launch of a four-SKU line of sparkling tea beverages. The products are packaged in 12 oz. cans and all four varieties contain 30 calories or less and 7 grams of sugar or less, thanks to the use of stevia.

Review: Present CBD-Infused Sparkling Water

Produced by Left Hand Brewing and WAAYB Organics, Present is a line of flavored sparkling waters that are enhanced with USDA Organic certified hemp extract. The products feature 20 mg of full spectrum CBD per 16 oz. can.

Review: The Bitter Housewife Bitters & Soda

The Bitter Housewife is best known for its line of small batch cocktail bitters that are made in Portland, Oregon. Now, the company is expanding this concept with a zero calorie ready-to-drink beverage that combines bitters and carbonated water.

Review: Harmless Harvest Protein & Coconut

Harmless Harvest’s latest entry is a line of plant-based USDA organic certified beverages that offer 12 grams of protein, 5 grams of MCTs and 3 grams of fiber in a low sugar format. The product line is launching with three flavors: Toasted Coconut, Vanilla Spice and Chocolate.

Review: Day One Sparkling CBD Water

Day One is a line of recently launched a line of zero calorie, unsweetened sparkling waters infused with 20 mg of CBD per 12 oz. can. The line debuted in three flavors, Lemon, Watermelon and Grapefruit, all of which contain real fruit juice.