Posted: Feb 27, 2015 at 11:23 AM
(Last Updated: Mar 09, 2015 at 12:09 PM)
Green Warrior is the latest USDA Organic seed milk variety from Rawpothecary, and it’s an exceptionally good one. It blends kale and spinach with a base of water, hemp seeds, coconut water, dates, maca, and banana to create a creamy smoothie-like consistency that has a very enjoyable flavor. The product is lightly sweet and somewhat mild in its overall flavor profile, which is a nice change of pace from the more full-bodied flavor that is often found in HPP juices. And at 290 calories per bottle (with 4g of fiber, 9g of protein, and 27g of sugars), it’s definitely pretty filling. All in all, we really enjoyed this product. Packaging is the 16 oz. clear square shaped bottle that is ubiquitous with HPP beverages. The light green color of the liquid catches the eye and is appealing to the senses, which is certainly a good thing. From there, the eye is drawn in by the logo and the flavor name. However, we do feel as though there could be a more prominent callout for the fact that it’s a seed milk. As it stands right now, the company has chosen to do this is in a script font, which is hard to read without really focusing on it (which we’d imagine most consumers won’t). Otherwise, we really wouldn’t change a thing about this product. It’s definitely one of Rawpothecary's better flavors to date.