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on April 11, 2017
As others have mentioned, I too was looking for an alternative to spark. This is a great substitution. Although, I have to admit, it doesn't taste quite as good. But it does give me the same effect as spark for half the price and more servings than I would normally get. The packaging is slightly messy, but I appreciate that they keep the cost down and I assume that is part of how they do that. And also it's a little hard to measure because of the packaging. But that doesn't personally bother me too much. I just measure the powder out in a measuring teaspoon and use a shaker bottle (It's hard to measure in a teaspoon and then put into a regular water bottle--but if you wanted to you could make a homemade funnel to make that easier). Those are my only complaints. But for the price I will definitely be repurchasing.
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on May 25, 2018
I don't know how this gets such great reviews. I couldn't get past the first bottle of this stuff (16 oz water with 1 tsp of powder) and it was nasty. I was only able to drink half of it before giving up. Wasted money.

So far, in my natural energy search, the best tasting has been Elevation Energy Healthy Energy Drink Powder - Stevia & Natural Caffeine | Elevated Energy Fizzy Drink Mix | Blue Raspberry | 30 servings has been drinkable every day. I also ordered their Strawberry Lemonade to compare with this, and while it's not as good at the Blue Raspberry, it's way better than the Everly version of it.

Also feel like the packaging of this is weird. A pour spout for powder with no measuring ability? Weird.
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on March 2, 2017
I love this mix! I put one scoop in a 26 ounce bottle and it's perfect! Lots of flavor. Easy to use and WAY cheaper than buying flavored waters. Also I love the natural stevia and erythritol sweeteners. No calories and tastes really great! This definitely helps me drink more water every day. Small enough package you can leave in your car too and use on trips to flavor bottled water.
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on November 5, 2016
I was looking for a cheaper alternative to Advocare Spark, and this is it! I have tried the Peach Mango and Strawberry Lemonade flavor, and both are great tasting. I'm a stay at home mom of young twins and I need a little pick-me-up in the afternoon and this has been a great lifeline for that! My only complaint is that the Strawberry Lemonade does have a bit of a metal aftertaste, but I drink it fast and try to not think about it. I'll be sticking with the Peach Mango flavor!
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on November 30, 2017
I love this stuff! Gives me an energy boost without the crash. I find the peach mango flavor to taste better than the fruit punch but I'm not really a fruit punch person. The powder is super fine so be careful when making a drink with this because it's easy to inhale. The pouch itself is pretty small so it's easy to travel with.
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on June 29, 2018
This is a pretty clean source of caffeine, all things considered. The mind boggling problem is the packaging for the caffeine versions... it's the same as the non-caffeine packs. There is not way to measure the amount of powder (which you really need to watch if you're taking the caffeine version). It requires you to have a measuring spoon and then a way to pour from a measuring spoon into a bottle of water, etc. Minor hassle but something that could be fixed with different packaging. Otherwise, the Strawberry Lemonade was much better than Fruit Punch. You'll get the bitters but it's doable considering you're losing artificial sweeteners.
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on June 26, 2018
We love this stuff! I first stumbled upon Everly Hydration products in different packaging at a local store. It was on sale. I probably would not have purchased it otherwise. The thought of the coloring being derived from vegetables kind of grossed me out! But it was WONDERFUL! I went back to the store and bought all that they had. I brought some to church to share with friends with sugar or red food dye problems. They all enjoyed it.

When the local store stopped carrying it, I began searching for it online. I found it, and have been ordering it regularly.
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on June 25, 2018
I have only tried the Pomegranate Berry and Peach Mango, but both flavors were very nice. Although I prefer the berry one. I am guessing the fruit punch will go over well also. I guess at the amount I want in each batch but they do provide a small measuring scoop with the multi pack of powder. I think this would travel well when we do long distance bike rides. I like the flavors well enough that I am ordering the energy version so I can make my own pre-workout BCAA mixes without all the extra stuff in it.
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on May 30, 2018
Everly beverage mixes range pretty far in terms of flavor, but above all, they are incredibly convenient. I am not the hugest fan of the packaging; measuring out the teaspoon serving is not always easy and sometimes the powder starts pouring slowly and then avalanches all at once. However, once you have the hang of it and know what to expect in flavor and caffeine content this is a cheap and convenient way to get caffeine into any place they don't allow outside food or beverage other than water. The peach mango is far and away my favorite flavor and the low sugar content is an absolute plus.
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on July 6, 2018
I really like the flavor and will try the others! The $13 sounded like a lot, but the serving size is 1/4tsp for 16oz of water and I found that 1/4tsp easily flavored 32oz of water, so that stretches the number of servings to 60. I was using Stur brand ( until they changed the product), at around $4 a bottle at my grocery store with 20 servings it seems like a better price compared to Everly, but $13 for 60 servings breaks down to almost the exact same price per serving. Also, with Stur their serving size is for 8oz of water and I would need 4 servings to flavor 32oz of water. So actually Everly is a much better price per serving and doesn't contain sugar, like Stur (and other water enhancers).
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