Glaceau Vitamin Water Zero Naturally Sweetened Revitalize Green Tea
In the recent weeks, I have tried couple of Vitamin Water Zero flavors and it wasn’t all that great or all that bad. The Acai-Blueberry-Pomegranate flavor wasn’t as bad as the Lemonade flavor when comes to how easy it is for people to drink in terms of their taste, but both contain good nutrition for human body needs. The other day, I found another Vitamin Water Zero flavor and it’s the revitalize green tea flavor. I was thinking that it can’t be that bad and all the green tea flavor beverages that I’ve tried in the past were some what good enough to drink.
Upon opening the bottle, you can definitely smell the fresh green tea flavor aroma coming out and unlike other drinks where you can’t smell any flavors except the sugary smell. As for the beverage taste, you can really taste the green tea flavor from the minute you have your first sip. Also, it is not sweet like other Vitamin Water and there’s no strong sour taste in the beverage even thought they put the citric acid in the ingredient. The balance of green tea, sweetness and the sourness are very well mixed. I was expecting the beverage to be tasteless, but it turned out to be quite revolutionary. Again, just like the other flavors from Vitamin Water Zero, there isn’t an aftertaste that you’d normally find in a Vitamin drink. It’s very refreshing and easy to drink.
There are few health benefits that you should be looking at in this healthy beverage. First, it contains zero calories. Second, it comes with Vitamin C plus EGCG, B3, B5, B6 and B12. Third, it’s naturally sweetened. I really enjoyed drinking this beverage compares to other Vitamin Water Zero Flavors that I have tried so far. If I find another flavor, I will be 100% try it and post the review here. For more information on the Vitamin Water, please visit here. Are there any drinks that can help you to get rid of Kidney Stones? I hate Kidney stones!
Size: 20 FL OZ 591mL
Flavor: Green Tea
Smell: Green Tea
Nutrition: Vitamin C plus EGCG, B3, B5, B6, B12, and Electrolytes
Where: Supermarkets, Mall, Grocery Stores