I really want to like natural drinks, that would be such a wonderful thing, right? a yummy thing that is actually good for you?! that is such a rare combination of things. so when my lady got me a case of this for christmas I was so very hopeful for it. in part because of all that stuff, but also because it has to be refrigerated so there is a case of it in our fridge. perhaps this is finally the one that gets it right, puts it all together in the right way.
ok, time to find out!
ok, well I can’t say it is terrible… the flavor evolves a whole lot in about 10 seconds. it starts off sharp and not really so great then slowly a very strong licorice / anise taste comes in which makes me reconsider for a moment, maybe it is decent but then it fades into that kind of harsh chemical thing that stevia does and I am saddened. yeah, I mean it isn’t nearly the worst thing I’ve had and at only 50 calories I might just have to drink the rest, but I don’t exactly look forward to it. from having had so many things called root beer over the years, I would call this one if blind tasting it, at least I think so. but it does not exactly scream “root beer” in its flavor profile. this sort of lands in the middle of the natural sodas I’ve had, drinkable yet not crave causing or a delight.
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|Type:||Root Beer||Comes In:||12 oz can|
|Available:||CA, online||Obtained in:||mailorder|
|Head:||Small||Sweetener:||stevia, monk fruit extract|
Ingredients: sparkling water, organic acacia, organic coconut nectar, organic natural flavor, organic vanilla extract, organic stevia extract, pink salt, organic monk fruit extract, vitamin c (ascorbic acid). contains coconut