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Vitaminchick's two new flavors are Mango Ice-Tea and Peach Ice-Tea. I tasted the Peach Ice-Tea.
If I'm not mistaken these are the first two ice-tea flavors for them. They already have raspberry, grape, pineapple, lemon and apple Vitaminchicks. So although mango or peach ice-tea doesn't seem to me to be a "go to" flavor for kids I think Vitaminchick is just trying to branch out and add more flavors.
According to the packaging each 1 liter bottle of Vitaminchick syrup can make about 45 cups of ice-tea, but I used way less than the suggested 1 cup of syrup for 8 cups of water and I thought it was still more than enough flavor for me. At this rate the bottle I have will last me "forever"!
Even with the small amount of syrup I used I could clearly smell and taste that I was drinking a peach flavored ice-tea. Although I know it's made of all natural ingredients and has no artificial food coloring or preservatives the Vitaminchick still somehow seemed to have an artificial taste and flavor that I really did not enjoy.
It might taste better frozen; as peach ice-tea flavored ices, but as a drink I didn't find it as refreshing and enjoyable as ice-tea made from real tea or herb and fruit infusions. It wasn’t awful but for me it wasn’t a winner either.
The vitamins added to the ice-tea mixture are B3, B5 and B6 which I understand help with healthy growth and development in children as well as give them a boost of energy. The syrup also has B12 vitamin added, which among other things, is known to help carry oxygen more efficiently to the body.
Bottom Line: When compared to other drink options on the market for kids these days, Vitaminchick does have a few benefits but for me it wasn’t tasty enough to "put up" with its "downfalls". So I can't see myself buying Vitaminchicks Ice-Tea syrup again.
1 Liter Bottle – 11.99 NIS
Disclaimer: All items were purchased by me. No one is paying me for this review. All opinions are my own.