- Caramel seasalt
- Wild berries (blackberry/blueberry/raspberry)
- Apple cinnamon
- Gazpachio/bloody mary
- Red velvet
- Cookie dough
- Mint chocolate
- Something different, namely:
I accidentally voted on the wrong thing because I was going to select the text “Red velvet” and copy it to search it on Google to see what it was, but clicking and dragging counted as a vote and now I can’t undo the vote.
My actual vote is cookie dough.
I did the same, click “show vote” and you can change it!
I’m open to anything fruity. Mango, Strawberry and Banana are my favourites. I think anything with fruit flavours definitely benefits from having the freeze-dried fruit in it.
You should let us vote multiple options. It will represent our opinion in a much better way!
Voting system source if interested:
As a Spaniard, gazpacho flavour from a soluble mix sounds like a terrible idea! Voted for wild berries.
As long as you use rice syrup instead of sucralose I vote for all of the above! XD
Same, the idea of having something light but rich in flavour as a powder drink just doesn’t sit right. There’s no way they will be able to have the right flavour profile for that
Caramel seasalt would be amazing! Really would’ve loved to have that flavour combo as a drink as well!
Can we go back to people salting their caramel themselves? I really despise that combination and it’s become hard to get unsalted caramel these days.
What flavor is “red velvet” supposed to be?
Had the same question
It is a moist vanilla cake with a hint of chocolate in it. Also, due to the addition of Buttermilk it is a little salty too. Has nothing to do with red stuff though.
Hey Brent, good suggestion. We’ll take it into consideration next time!
Both Mint Chocolate and Cookie Dough sounds delicious! Looking forward to taste the next flavor!
Noooo, Wild berries is so boringggg… There are only sweetish’ flavours - what about something savoury, like Peanutbutter? Huel has it, and it’s super nice! Other suggerstions are Pumpkin Spice, Taco…
If not, then all other flavours than Wild Berries sounds nice!