Organic Coconut Sugar - 3 Reviews

REBBL Super Herb Elixer Reishi Chocolate

REBBL Super Herb Elixer Reishi Chocolate
This is a beverage that I feel would be sold at some ridiculous restaurant in Brooklyn. You know how they have a place that only serves cereal; this would be served at a chocolate milk bar. This would also be a top shelf item at said establishment. The well drinks would be Nestle and Milo and things of that ilk. As you moved up there would be slightly fancier drinks that were make from almond or soy milk. That top shelf though, that is reserved for only the fanciest of chocolate milks, that that is exactly what this is.

I'm glad I didn't look up what reishi was before I drank this, because “divine” or not, knowing that this was made with mushrooms would have probably tainted my experience. Not knowing I fully enjoyed it though. The base of this is coconut milk and it's even sweetened with coconut sugar. Luckily it doesn't taste toasted, and its flavor sits in the background. The chocolate taste is out of control in here. It's like someone just melted a high grade chocolate bar into the coconut milk. It's certainly more chocolate that anything else, and I could ask for nothing more. Also, no matter how much I shook this up it still had little clumps of chocolate in it. That would have kind of grossed me out normally, but when I squished them with my tongue I was reminded that this isn't some garbage chocolate they were using and all was forgiven.

Those reishi mushrooms may be in here to strengthen the immune system, improve mental clarity and relaxation as well as promote healthy liver function, but you would never know by the taste. It's just one of the best chocolate “milks” that I have ever tasted and all the benefits are just a bonus on top of the flavor.

Now what would the name of this chocolate milk bar be? Well if they were all vegan and wanted to go with a Lemonheads theme they could call it “Udderless.” That seems a bit niche though, even for a chocolate milk bar in Brooklyn. I'm sure I will think of something better before our imaginary grand opening.
Rating
🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾
Categories
Sports/Dietary Supplement
Company
REBBLWebsite@REBBLTonic
Country
United States
Sweetener
Organic Coconut Sugar
Author
Jason Draper on 5/23/16, 11:13 AM
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REBBL Super Herb Elixer Maca Cold-Brew

REBBL Super Herb Elixer Maca Cold-Brew
Number one. Wow, this is an expensive drink. Jay bought it for me because he is as generous a man as he is a lover. Price tag reads $5.29 and that is a lot of green. How does it taste? Better than you would initially think I bet. It also got me hella jazzed. I drank half of the bottle and now I feel like I need to run or puke. Don't take the "puke" in a bad way. I don't know what to do when I get over caffeinated.

It has a good coffee taste and actually doesn't taste too much like coconut. That's a good thing for me and maybe not a good thing for you, I don't know. It's got some new age ingredients (sunflower lecithin?) but all tree hugging aside, I could have drunk this whole thing if it wasn't for my poor ability to process caffeine.

Now I'm going to drive home jacked up. Maybe that longboard is in the parking lot and I can push some of the energy out. That will be a nice surprise for both my legs and my eyes. The little things.
Rating
🍾🍾🍾🍾🍾
Categories
Coconut and Coffee
Company
REBBLWebsite@REBBLTonic
Country
United States
Sweetener
Organic Coconut Sugar
Author
Mike Literman on 3/22/16, 5:16 PM
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REBBL Super Herb Elixer Maca Mocha

REBBL Super Herb Elixer Maca Mocha
If you are like Mike and I, then you probably resemble a child more than an adult and you also probably don't have a taste for coffee, but you have an affinity for mocha drinks. Just think about how we, and yes I'm including you in this mix up, would love to put that delicious chocolate-ness in a better base. The sky is the limit my friends and that is just what REBBL is reaching for.

For this mocha elixir coffee has been thrown to the curb. In it's place we have a mixture of coconut milk, chicory root, carob, maca extract, vanilla extract, pink salt, quillaja extract and stevia. I'm not ashamed to admit that I am a big dumb-dumb head and I assumed that maca was the same thing as macha, which it definitely is not. I thought this was going to be a chocolate green tea of sorts, but that it is not. Maca is actually a root vegetable that is known to enhance vitality, stamina and energy. I don't think that I can even taste the maca, but it's doing its job. Actually, besides from the ridiculously great chocolate flavor most of what I get is the coconut. It tastes a bit like toasted coconut but it's not too overpowering, which is great because I can't stand toasted coconut, and I can still love this beverage. I also get a bit of chicory, which I can only distinguish because I was forced to drink coffee in New Orleans where this root is mixed in with the beans. It, and I'm assuming the maca, give this elixir a nice earthy rooty undertone without distracting from the chocolate. Oh the chocolate, how we love you. How perfect you are.
Rating
🥛🥛🥛🥛🥛
Categories
Coconut and Other/Weird
Company
REBBLWebsite@REBBLTonic
Country
United States
Sweetener
Organic Coconut Sugar
Author
Jason Draper on 1/20/16, 2:37 PM
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