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Good morning everyone. What is your favorite Isopure liquid flavor? I tried orange as that is my go to fruit flavor but I could only drink a sip and then it had to go.

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I both love and hate that stuff!! I assume you are talking about the clear liquid correct? I can't stand the flavor of it alone so I mix it. I'll use orange for this demonstration.

8oz of Orange Isopure

8oz of Powerade Zero Orange

8oz of Water

Ice

I put that in my water bottle and sip it. I can stand the flavor much more if I do that. I do the same thing with the grape and the punch ones too.

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That's a really good idea!

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I like the coconut-that being said all of the flavors are way too strong so i end up watering it down-I still get more Protein than with any other beverage but not as much as i could be if I could just drink the darn stuff straight!

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Lol I drink the grape frost one really fast that is the only one i like and drink it only when I know I am going to be running around alot.

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I have tried the Isopure mango peach and it didn't taste like that at all. The bottles are very expensive. I have a blue raspberry in the fridge that I am afraid to try. I heard pineapple was good. I never thought of mixing with powered zero, that's a great idea

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Agree with Kranky... I do the grape and do mix it with the Powerade zero grape and keep it as cold as possible.

Kim

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Drinking the Grape Frost right now. Only flavor I drink.

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Hmm, may have to try that. Where do you all purchase yours? Here it is purchased at the hospital pharmacy for $4.85 per bottle!

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I first got mine at GNC but I found it a lot cheaper on Amazon.

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I like apple melon. Very cold with ice, it's pretty good.

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i looked at the price on Amazon maybe you guys could try cytomax it has fruit flavors for about a third the price my nut recomended them

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