Foods with benefits are an ongoing trend, so it’s no surprise that REBBL Elixirs continue to improve. Their original formulas were pretty mighty, with adaptogen ingredients like reishi mushrooms, ashwaghanda, and maca. But they’ve recently added another immune-booster to some of their most popular flavors: beta-glucan. This carbohydrate has been shown to protect against infection by bacteria, viruses, and other pathogenic microorganisms. We’ve updated this post to include their latest flavors and ingredients.
REBBL Elixirs Get an Immunity Boost to Adapt with the Times
Beyond the basic nutritional content, each bottle of REBBL Elixir has a break down of the herbs, spices, MCTs, caffeine, and adaptogens. And according to their website, they “only use adaptogens at levels that correspond to traditional therapeutic, or quality clinical data.” So each flavor touts benefits like immunity, cardiovascular health, balance of adrenal function, relaxation, or energy.
We’re frequent purchasers of REBBL Elixirs, so I’ve had the chance to sample all 8 of their current flavors. I’ve included quick tasting notes below for REBBL Elixirs, and you can read my thoughts on their Protein Drinks too! Be sure to leave your own unbiased rating and review below once you’ve tried them.
This is a creamy dark chocolate milk beverage that you’ll want to sip often, or at least I do. The immune boosting and healthy aging advantages are simply a bonus.
Ingredients: organic coconut-milk (water, organic coconut creme), organic coconut sugar, organic alkalized cocoa powder, organic acacia, organic cocoa powder, organic vanilla extract, pink salt, organic quillaia extract, baker’s yeast beta-glucan, organic reishi mushroom extract, organic stevia extract, gellan gum.
Nutrition (per 12-ounce bottle): 180 calories, 8g fat, 24g carbs, 4g fiber, 11g sugars (includes 10g added sugars), 4g protein.*
This is is a great grab-and-go option if you don’t have time to make golden milk. It’s creamy and smooth, but it also has sweet hints of honey and a gingery bite that I love. I like this flavor after a good workout, or when I’m feeling under the weather. I find it very soothing.
Ingredients: organic coconut-milk (water, organic coconut creme), organic honey, organic acacia, organic turmeric, organic ginger, organic vanilla extract, organic cardamom, baker’s yeast beta-glucan, organic cinnamon, organic quillaia extract, pink salt, organic black pepper, organic stevia extract. contains: coconut.
Nutrition (per 12-ounce bottle): 140 calories, 8g fat, 17g carbs, 1g fiber, 9g sugars (includes 8g added sugars), 1g protein.*
This is a super-boosted cold brew that’s energizing, without the crash. This is just one of the reasons why maca has been one of my favorite adaptogens for years. And why this flavor of REBBL Elixirs is one of my favorites. This variety is notably sweeter than the Reishi-Cold Brew (which was discontinued), so it’s a great option if you like some sweetness in your cold brew.
Ingredients: organic coconut-milk (water, organic coconut creme), organic cold-brewed coffee††, organic acacia, organic coconut sugar, organic maca extract, organic vanilla extract, organic quillaia extract, pink salt, organic stevia extract, gellan gum.
Nutrition (per 12-ounce bottle): 130 calories, 8g fat, 16g carbs, 0g fiber, 7g sugars (includes 6g added sugars), 1g protein.*
If you need a boost sans coffee, then I recommend this elixir. It still contains 10 to 20 milligrams of caffeine from the cocoa, but that’s far less than a cup of coffee. Like all of the chocolate REBBL drinks that I’ve tried, it isn’t sugary or overly sweet. But it’s just sweet enough to do the trick. I like it for a chocolaty boost in the morning. But it could also be a great pick-me-up in the afternoon, when you might not want to drink coffee.
Ingredients: organic coconut-milk (water, organic coconut creme), organic herbal infusion (water, organic chicory, organic carob), organic coconut sugar, organic acacia, organic alkalized cocoa powder, organic cocoa powder, organic inulin (prebiotic fiber), organic maca extract, organic vanilla extract, organic quillaia extract, pink salt, organic stevia extract, gellan gum.
Nutrition (per 12-ounce bottle): 180 calories, 8g fat, 25g carbs, 6g fiber, 9g sugars (includes 7g added sugars), 3g protein.*
Ashwagandha Spicy Chai
I like the spicy chai “bite” in this one but the texture is a little gritty and not as creamy and smooth as the other flavors. If you don’t mind a more rustic consistency, then this flavorful might be worth a try.
Ingredients: organic coconut-milk (water, organic coconut creme), organic assam tea (brewed organic assam††, water), organic coconut sugar, organic acacia, organic ginger puree, organic spice blend (organic cardamom, organic cinnamon, organic black pepper, organic clove), organic ashwagandha extract, organic vanilla extract, organic ginger extract, organic quillaia extract, pink salt, organic stevia extract.
Nutrition (per 12-ounce bottle): 140 calories, 9g fat, 17g carbs, 1g fiber, 8g sugars (includes 7g added sugars), 1g protein.*
This tastes just like a classic matcha latte that is just lightly sweetened and chilled. If you like iced matcha lattes in the summer that aren’t sugary, then you might truly enjoy this flavor.
Ingredients: organic coconut-milk (water, organic coconut creme), organic honey, organic matcha green tea, organic vanilla extract, organic spirulina, organic quillaia extract, pink salt, organic stevia extract.
Nutrition (per 12-ounce bottle): 120 calories, 7g fat, 11g carbs, 1g fiber, 9g sugars (includes 8g added sugars), 1g protein.*
It looks like their Turmeric Lemon Tart and Reishi Cold Brew REBBL Elixirs were discontinued.
The Facts on REBBL Elixirs
- Price: $4.25 per 12-ounce single serve
- Availability: REBBL Elixirs are currently sold in the U.S. via Whole Foods (all regions), Target West & Rocky Mountain/ Texas Regions, and a variety of regional stores. You can also buy them online, direct from the company’s website below or via Amazon.
- Certifications: REBBL Elixirs are Certified Organic.
- Dietary Notes: By ingredients, REBBL Elixirs are dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy free, and vegetarian. Several of the Elixirs are vegan, but a few contain honey (as noted above).*
- For More Product Information: Visit the REBBL website at rebbl.co.
*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy.
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Sedimentary, but "Healthy" alternative to tap water
These drinks have a “grainy”, or sedimentary, aftertaste. They do provide an alternative option for “curving” hunger, but I would not suggest them as a meal replacement.
A staple in my house
I buy these elixirs regularly, and love that they go on sale often. They make it easy to get adaptogens and superfoods on the go, so I don’t have to stock a bunch of powders and supplements in my cupboard. I also really like the packaging, the colors, and how clear all of the information is.
Wonderful surprise. Perfect on hot summer day.
I love the Cold Btee Coffee (Protein) it’s just perfect for all the real coffee drinker, meaning like to taste the coffee without it being overly sweet.
Never pooped so good in my life
I loved the matcha latte. my sister recommended it & id say it was succsesful in giving me stable energy & being calm & not overly anxious, as I get with too much coffee. I liked it a lot. I love that the ingredients are healthy and organic!
loved the Reishi Chocolate, but bottle is not recyclable in many communities including mine
I loved the Reishi Chocolate, but bottle is not recyclable in many communities including mine. Therefore I will not be able to purchase again until the plastic for the bottle is identified by number on the bottle. Hope that is soon. thanks
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So many yummy flavors! Thanks for including the where to buy link so I can try them.
I’m picky with flavors, so I can’t say the tumeric, or the matcha would tempt me but the lemon or chocolate I’d def give a go.
I love the Golden Milk that they make! I’ll have to try some of the other flavors!!
That a favorite! Even though I make my own at home I love that there is a grab and go option when I’m out and about.
I’ve never heard of these before, but now I want to go find them! Thanks for talking about all the flavors, now I won’t have as many reservations picking one!
Sometimes it can be overwhelming deciding to try something new and narrowing it down to which one to try first happy this helped.
These all sounds pretty amazing and I’m with you, just love what they stand for as well. Ingredients, organic, giving back and delicious….sounds like a win to me. I’ll be on the lookout for this.
These days more and more companies are concerned about more then just creating a good product, it’s a refreshing change.
I see I can check it out at our local Fresh Market! I’d love to try the turmeric ones.
They seem to be popping up at many stores, turmeric is a favorite.
These are new to me. Thanks for listing the ingredients. That is so helpful!
If you have questions on ingredients, like the adaptogens, the bottles as well as the website are very helpful.
Love that they use organic ingredients. That turmeric one has my name written all over it!
The golden turmeric is a personal favorite!
I’ll have to keep my eye out for these. I see several flavors I’d like to try.
They have many delicious flavors! The new ones are only online but you can find others at Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, and many natural foods stores.
So interesting to see the new food trends and how different companies are taking them on. These all sound really good!
Yes! These have been out for a couple years but really gaining popularity and showing up more places in the last year.
I think the last 5 years there have been a lot of big and interesting changes and trends in the food industry!
Oh my gosh, so many to choose from! I think I’m going to start with the Turmeric Golden Milk first.
Great choice and a personal favorite and not just for sipping but in so many creations!
I LOVE the reishi chocolate! I need to try more of the vegan flavors… thanks for the review!
Such an intriguing flavor!
That’s a favorite for sure, good for you rich chocolate milk! Most of them are vegan with the exception 3 that contain honey (2 turmeric ones and the matcha latte).
I’ve never seen these. I’ll be looking for these to give them a try. Thanks for sharing!
They seem to be popping up on sale in lots of natural food stores – so if there is a Whole Foods, Sprouts, or other major natural food market you shop at locally, I’d keep an eye out!
They are popping up at many stores including Whole Foods. I hope this helps you decided which one to try first!