i am quite hesitant to try this. the other two flavors were quite not tasty to say the least. of course this one could be delicious so i am keeping an open mind here. but then i think “anthony, if rose hip was a miraculous flavor enhancer, wouldn’t it be in many drinks? wouldn’t we see rosehip Pepsi or at least Fanta?” so my hopes are quite low here.
now i will try it. huh. maybe i am just more used to the taste of birch sap by now. this actually isn’t too bad. huh. i would in fact drink this occasionally. so maybe rosehips are an amazing substance! improving vitamin c absorption (or something) and also making birch sap taste reasonably ok. i’m not saying this is super good or even nearly on the level of a good birch beer or root beer, but the intention is more to get manganese here i would say for whatever reason people try to get manganese in their system. i guess it is good for rehydration. i should have drank this after my 5:45 spin class instead of much later in the day when i am probably quite hydrated from the water i have been drinking. oh well, opportunity missed. but really this is decent tasting, better than coconut water, which it competes with i think, although much more expensive.
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|Type:||Other||Comes In:||10oz glass bottle|
|Available:||everywhere||Obtained in:||Shoprite in Bound Brook, NJ|
Ingredients: organic birch sap (96.5%), organic rosehip