November 21, 2007
Enviga Berry Energy Drink
Evviga Berry Energy Drink
Cost: $2.00 for 12 oz
Active ingredients: Green tea, caffeine
Rating: 6 out of 10
The beverages guru's at Nestle and Coca-Cola should know better than to join forces on a product such as Enviga Berry. Yes, we know its not technically an energy drink, but with a fair amount of caffeine content, we do not see this beverage as much of a stretch.
We liked the sleek, 12 oz can and colorful, animated graphics. The package communicated ideas of activity, vitality, and energy.
The taste of Enviga Berry is a different story...it should be called Enviga Mystery Berry. Why? Because we have never tasted a berry even close to what this drink offers. The beverage has a slight aroma of raspberries. However, the flavor is of some unidentifiable fruit with a little bit of medicine thrown in. We did experience the green tea, but it tended to lend more bitterness on our tongues. The carbonation adds to the sensation of fruit, but not enough to cover the off-flavors.
The caffeine in Enviga Berry gave us a slight bump in energy. We are curious if Enviga Berry does indeed burn the 60-100 calories (if you consume three cans per day) it claims. We will not be drinking three cans this product per day anytime soon.
Web site: Enviga