The first time I tried VitaminWater Zero, I was less than impressed. VitaminWater Zero Mega-C (Grape Raspberry) was not good! But since then, I've had 2 great experiences with the Naturally Sweetened Lemonade Flavored Water and more recently, VitaminWater Zero Recoup (Peach Mandarin). This led me to try yet another variety, VitaminWater Zero Go-Go (Multi Berry).
This flavor is also going in the WIN column. This tastes like a light fruit punch, but more importantly, it DOESN'T taste like Stevia!
There is a delicious berry/ fruit punch flavor, plus this flavored water beverage is refreshing and a little sweeter than some of the other VitaminWater Zero varieties. Each 8-ounce serving provides no calories and 100% of the daily allowance for vitamin C, 40% for vitamins B3, B5, B6, and B12, as well as some electrolytes. The sweeteners used are Stevia, crystalline fructose & erythritol.
VitaminWater flavored water beverages are sweetened with a combination of natural sweeteners and hence provide no calories. So far, I have tried 2 flavors, VitaminWater Zero Naturally Sweetened Lemonade Flavored Water Review which I liked a lot, and VitaminWater Zero Mega-C (Grape Raspberry) Review which went in the opposite direction on the 'delicious scale.'. So I decided to try another product as a tie-breaker so to speak, VitaminWater Zero Recoup (Peach Mandarin).
This water has 100% of the daily value for quite a few B vitamins, and according to VitaminWater, this drink was created to help you cope with whatever life throws at you - whether it's the kitchen sink, a curveball or even a shoe from a member of the foreign press. I'm not sure this helped me pass my exams, but I noticed the flavor and refreshing nature of this beverage for sure. The peach flavor shone through and was well balanced with a hint of mandarin. The flavor is a bit sweeter than what I've experience from other VitaminWater Reviews, but it's still very good - MUCH better than Skinny Water Peach Mango Mandarin (XXX-Detox) Review.
I picked up a bottle of VitaminWater Zero Mega-C the other day for $1.25 because I had had good experiences with the VitaminWater 10 Multi-V Lemonade and VitaminWater Zero Lemonade Flavored Water. I'm a HUGE fan of low calorie flavored water as it gets me guzzling my daily recommended amount of liquid daily, and I had high hopes for this grape-raspberry flavored V Water.
Unfortunately for me, this stuff tastes Gross - with a capital G ! Ever wonder what the water version of grape children's Tylenol chewables would be? Look no further than VitaminWater Zero Mega-C.
It's sweetened with what must be the bitter part of the Stevia plant, and it really just tastes like chewable medicine ... I could barely drink a couple sips, let alone the whole bottle. This wasn't just borderline bad - it was barely tolerable!
Of course, each 8 ounce serving provides no calories, and also has 120% of the daily value for vitamin C, 40% for vitamins B3, 5, 6, and 12, and also contains zinc and electrolytes.
VitaminWater now has three lines out: the sugary Original, VitaminWater 10 with 25 calories per bottle, and now VitaminWater Zero, which has no calories. Actually VitaminWater Zero is to replace VitaminWater 10, and since I had already reviewed VitaminWater 10 Multi-V Lemonade, I decided to try the same Lemonade flavor of VitaminWater Zero.
After a hard cycling workout, I was fully ready to enjoy the beverage. The flavor of this flavored water is pleasingly refreshing. The label says "naturally sweetened" but I would have added "lightly" somewhere in there for accuracy's sake.
The taste is more like more like water with a strong lemon presence and a hint of sweetness - not like the typical sweet lemonades you're probably used to. This flavor is definitely a little different, and I think you'll either like it or hate it - and I think I liked it! I don't think I could drink more than one bottle at a time though, because it does have quite the tart taste.
This 0 calorie beverage is sweetened with rebiana (stevia extract), and I couldn't detect anything but a natural taste. A few of the stevia sweetened beverages that I've tried had a nasty after taste.
I'm sitting here drinking the new low-cal VitaminWater, and I just had to write about it. I've always been intrigued by the company's products, but steered clear of the regular flavors because really, 125 calories is just too much to waste on "water." However, when the company came out with their new 10-calorie per serving option, I had to try one. I decided to pick up VitaminWater 10 Multi-V (Lemonade) flavor to try it out, so I stopped by a drugstore where the bottles were on sale at 4 for $5.
I think the little captions on the front of the waters are really cute. This one talks about being multi-everything (multi-talented, multi-millionaire, etc.) and then goes on to talk about how the drink is "multi" in that it is loaded with vitamins and naturally sweetened. I turned the bottle more to see how those nutritional claims held up on the label and found that each bottle (because who's going to drink just 8 ounces) has 25 calories, no fat, 8 grams of sugar, and %RDA values for the following vitamins and minerals as follows: 25% for vitamin A, 100% for vitamin C, 10% for calcium, 25% for vitamins E, B3, B6, B12, and B5, 40% for folic acid, 10% for magnesium, and 25% for zinc. Not too shabby, especially if you prefer to enjoy your vitamins in the form of a pleasant drink instead of wolfing down huge pills.