Taco Bell is adding 6 more fountain flavors in 2014, including Mountain Dew Sangrita Blast, Diet Mountain Dew Baja Blast, Manzanita Sol, Brisk Mango Fiesta, Brisk Iced Tea and Lemonade, and SoBe Lifewater Yumberry Pomegranate.
Review: SoBe Lifewater with Coconut Water – Pacific Coconut, Pomegranate Nectarine, & Mango Mandarin
With the use of sugar and real fruit juices — including orange, pear, and grape — No Fear Bloodshot is an incredibly-tasty energy drink targeted for morning consumption. The combination of smooth fruit flavors and bitter bite actually produces a refreshing experience that can start your day with a little extra pep!
If you are watching your caloric consumption, No Fear Sugar Free is a strong contender, though it has a bitter aftertaste produced by the artificial sweeteners. Far more syrupy in flavor than No Fear Regular, the sour berry/grape taste tends to be a little different, which is nice. Still, if sugar free isn’t a concern, then go for the Regular version.
Another Super Bowl has come and gone, and with it, a whole new batch of high-profile commercials. Given that we’re a beverage reviewing site, I’d like to take a look at the non-alcoholic drink ads that graced our TVs during the matchup between the Cardinals and Steelers. We’ve done detailed analysis on each of these ads individually, but here’s a quick overview…
BevReview.com takes a look at the beverage-related Super Bowl commercials. This SoBe spot… yuck! The folks over at Arnell Group should be shot and relieved of their duties regarding the SoBe advertising account, because this 3D commercial done in conjunction with Intel, DreamWorks Animation, and NBC, is not only a bad Super Bowl piece… it’s just bad marketing.