Happy Tree, which is a brand of high pressure processed maple water, has expanded its flavor lineup yet again. This time around it’s with a pomegranate flavor, something that appears to have the mainstream in mind.
Carela is a zero-calorie beverage that features up-and-coming ingredient bitter melon extract, paired with green tea, peach juice, flavors, and Rebaudioside A, which is a form of stevia that supposedly has less bitterness and aftertaste.
Earlier this year, SOUND Sparkling Tea updated its label, which is, at least in our opinion, a sizable step forward. And it’s definitely a huge upgrade from where it started back when the brand was known as Sodterra.
Wicked Lekker is a USDA Organic line of rooibos tea beverages that are enhanced with moringa, a somewhat bleeding edge ingredient that is purported to have a host of benefits.
Iconic is a line of low-sugar protein drinks that has been through a few revisions since it first launched a few years back. Its latest effort, which launched earlier this year, sticks with the PET bottle that came with the last revision, but it features an updated design.
Naturewise is a line of sparkling, zero-calorie “Whole Body Vitality Drinks” that feature a host of functional ingredients. All three of Naturewise's flavors are nice tasting, but they're fairly similar to that of to other similarly positioned products. And, we’ve said this in many other reviews...
The notion of Gatorade Organic brings mixed feelings. On the one hand, it’s a totally logical extension that is, honestly, long overdue. But on the other hand...
As one might expect from a dairy producer, Shamrock Farms' new cold brew drinks are very heavy on the milk; the coffee flavor is secondary. That being said, the quality of the coffee -- and its benefits over coffee that is hot-brewed -- are much harder to discern.
Glow is a two-SKU line of functional supplements designed to help promote hydration, energy, and recovery. The company offers “Hydration” and “Energy” varieties, both of which appear to have the same flavor. Regardless of variety name, their primary purpose appears to be to reduce the effects of a hangover.
There’s a lot going on with Native Jack, a nitro cold brew coffee made with hemp oil and protein, but the branding lacks focus.
Normally, we applaud companies that choose to shift into a more proprietary or premium package, but, in the case of Black Medicine, moving to a 9.5 oz. slim can is great move.
Cave Shake is a vegan meal replacement shake that uses coconut milk as its base ingredient. Calling itself a shake as well as a dessert (and using the term “ready-to-eat”), this product seems to straddle the lines between food and beverage.
Califia Black Label Cold Brew represents the first time that the company has released a ready-to-drink straight cold brew. It was really the only piece missing from having a truly complete line.
Hailing from Ireland, Vit-Hit is a blend of water, juice, tea, and vitamins that is marketed as a low-calorie, naturally sweetened beverage. There is certainly no shortage of those, so why drink a Vit-Hit over the competition? That’s the piece that’s really missing for us.