Have you ever seen a clear can? Well I hadn’t either until I picked up OKF Sparkling Fresh Grape. Technically the can in question isn’t aluminum, but plastic… much like the lower half of a 20 oz bottle. It’s really more of a can/bottle hybrid, but the important thing is that it’s in front of me. If you listen to our Popcast you already know how we feel about this drink, and that I won’t have any problem reviewing it again in text form. Here’s a fun fact that OKF Sparkling Fresh Grape taught us… the word Raisin is French for Grape. Who knew? The French I guess. Whelp, it's time to open the canotle… botan… cattle… can/bottle. (You really can’t combine the words that well)
The drink has a fresh smelling grape juice aroma, which makes sense since it’s one of the six listed ingredients (even though it is only 1% of the total beverage). It even smells a little sweet, so we’re off to a good start here. Let’s drink.
Just as we described on the Popcast, that while this drink is lightly flavored, it’s just the right amount for what it is. I really think the cane sugar helps bring out the grape juice flavoring, and that’s honestly what puts it over the top for me flavor wise. The carbonation is also light, making this just fizzy enough to separate itself from flavored water, but light enough to still be refreshing. Fortunately the taste matches the light grape juice smell, with just a touch more sweetness added to it. Now, I could easily drink more than the 8.3 oz that come in this bottle, but having such a small portion really makes it seem like a reward instead of a drink. All in all, OKF Sparkling Grape is a pleasant beverage by all aspects; it’s healthy, all natural, light, sweet, and comes in a cool container. With all that said…
Verdict – Buy a Pallet!
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