So according to the sign at our local Whole Foods-esque grocery store, Hubble & Hudson, Oogave products are exclusive to them. Now I don't know if that means here in The Woodlands, in the state, or what, because it's bottled in Denver. According to the bottle if you stop by they will give you a free soda. How nice.
Before we get to the rest of the bottle, let me tell you, this is the cleanest, most crisp, most refreshing drink I've ever had. Surprisingly it tastes more lemon lime then the (mandarin) orange (key) lime that the bottle promises. It's just sweet enough, almost dry. I hate to use this word but I kind of have to as it tastes closer to this than anything else: Sprite. Way better though. It's like all natural Sprite.
According to the bottle, "Oogave may increase your desire to stop drinking other beverages." For a second I took this seriously and then realized it was a joke. "Oogave is not intended to cure or treat any illness, other than dissatisfaction with traditional sodas." Something unusual, the ingredients are purified, carbonated water, organic agave nectar, citric acid, natural flavors, beta carotene (for color). The unusual part is that the drink is pretty much clear, so if they added anything for color, it's hard to tell.
If you collect UPCs from all their flavors, you can send them in with five dollars and get a "free shirt." Not exactly free, but I won't dock them points for that.
Overall this is really refreshing. The flavor doesn't give a big impact, however it's still good in it's own special way. I'm sure over the next couple months I will try the rest of their flavors because this is a great product.
Verdict: Buy a Pallet!