Review: Numi Peach Nectar Puerh Green Tea

Numi Peach Nectar Puerh Green Tea

If you are into natural, organic bottled teas, then Numi’s lineup should not be missed as you seek out your favorite flavors. There is a crisp, authentic feel to the flavors, originating from the purity of the ingredients. The beverage is not overtly sweet, but the tastes do punch out boldly, especially with this Peach Nectar flavor. Definitely worth exploring if you get the chance!

Review: Sprite – Botella Edicion Limitada (Mexico)

Sprite - Botella Edicion Limitada (Mexico)

This guest review explores Sprite – Botella Edicion Limitada, a natural sugar Sprite from Mexico.

Throwback Thirds: Pepsi, Dew Throwback to return for 3rd run in August for 5 weeks

Pepsi Throwback & Mountain Dew Throwback

Pepsi Throwback and Mountain Dew Throwback are slated to return for a limited 5 week release starting July 31, marking the third production run for the popular drinks that use sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup.

News: Mountain Dew White Out wins DEWmocracy 2 vote

Mountain Dew White Out

Started in 2009, this second iteration of DEWmocracy produced three finalists by which America could vote upon. The winner is Mountain Dew White Out, the oddly white-colored, mildly citrus-infused flavor of the bunch.

Review: Fresh Ginger Ginger Ale by Bruce Cost – Original

Fresh Ginger Ginger Ale by Bruce Cost - Original

The distinctive ginger taste, pure ingredients, quality mouthfeel, and “refreshing” factor make this one of our favorites in the ginger ale category.

Review: Snapple Grape Berry Punch

Snapple Grape Berry Punch

Snapple Grape Berry Punch is a decent grape/strawberry blend. It’s a low-rent version of the Snapple we are familiar with, but for the affordable price, we can let that slide. It’s not something to write home about, and the can is a questionable extension of the brand, but it’s refreshingly different take on grape soda.

Review: Bing Energy Drink

Bing Energy Drink

I really liked the refreshing cherry taste of Bing Energy Drink. It’s the type of drink that you wish more folks knew about because of the unique approach it takes on the category. It’s not “scary” like the marketing of a lot of energy beverages, which are very in-your-face and alienate anyone not in the targeted demographic. While I’m not totally sold on the artificial sweetener-influenced aftertaste, it’s rather hard to argue with just 40 calories per can!