Reviews

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.

Review: Goodwolf Water Kefir Gets a New Look

Goodwolf Water, which is a line of non-dairy sparkling probiotic beverages that launched in 2017, is back with an updated lineup that includes both a new flavor and new branding.

Review: Mayawell

Mayawell is a line of sparkling prebiotic beverages that features agave as its hero ingredient, as it provides both the drink’s sweetness and fiber content.

Review: Higher Mind

Higher Mind is a line of plant-based functional nootropic beverages that are being marketed for their ability to improve alertness, memory, and focus.

Review: Daytrip CBD-Infused Sparkling Water

This summer, Daytrip, a cannabis lifestyle brand, launched its first product: CBD-infused flavored sparkling waters. The line includes Cherry, Coconut Pineapple, Lemon Lime and Tangerine flavors, all of which are packaged in 12 oz. cans and have an SRP of $4.99.

Review: La Colombe Draft Latte with Oatmilk

La Colombe’s latest additions to their RTD Draft Latte coffee beverages lineup are three SKUs of oat milk based draft lattes. Included are an unflavored Original as well as Vanilla and Caramel flavors.

Review: Cha Cha Matcha Ready-to-Drink

Cha Cha Matcha, which operates five matcha cafes that are split between New York and Los Angeles, is launching its first ready-to-drink product with this four-SKU line of low-calorie canned matcha teas.

Review: Bluestone Lane

Bluestone Lane, which is an Australian brick and mortar coffee purveyor that’s rapidly expanding their U.S. footprint, has recently launched a ready-to-drink line of iced coffees.

Review: Wonder Melon

Wonder Melon is a line of USDA Organic cold-pressed not from concentrate watermelon juice drinks that is launching in two flavors, Watermelon Lemon Cayenne and Watermelon Cucumber Basil. The product is packaged in a proprietary 8.45 oz. glass bottle.

Review: Brooklyn Crafted Calamansi-Ade

Brooklyn Crafted is a company that got its start as a producer of top notch ginger beers. Recently, the company has expanded into herbal teas, cinnamon drinks, and now this latest line, Calamansi-Ade.

Review: Corina’s Switchy

Corina’s Switchy is a carbonated beverage that’s made with a blend of lime juice, ginger juice, sugar, and apple cider vinegar (ACV). The product, which is a riff on a switchel, is presently available in a 12 oz. stubby glass bottle.

Review: Min’s Matcha

Based in Clearwater, Florida, Min’s Matcha is a small batch matcha brand that is available in six different flavors. For this review, we sampled three of their offerings: Blueberry Bliss, Peach on Earth, and Enlighten Mint (the company’s three other SKUs are “Lite” versions of these same flavors).