From memory the taste was similar to blackberry Sirco, but more concentrated. You have three different bottles for different stages of the flight. They're more of a shot than a drink so they're easy to carry onboard, so I suppose that means its harder to mask the FF taste. I believe they were using the original FF syrup when I tried it. Not sure if they intend to switch to FF powder. I assume that would make it taste better. I think I'm making it sound worse than it is really. It wasn't too bad, but I downed it rather than enjoyed sipping it. But then you're taking it for health, not as a mixer for your gin, so I suppose it should taste like its doing you some good. :)
I'm mystified why the original post here, which was polite and specific to this share, has been removed. Yet the follow up post, which is self opinionated and abusive of other posters, remains. If only admin could explain, some of the decisions they are taking of late are bizarre. IMHO of course.
I've seen Flyhidrate prominently displayed in a couple of airports now. They were on large stands facing out from the shops. You couldn't miss them so people were stopping, reading the info leaflet and some were buying. I bought a set to try them out. They come across as a premium product with really nice packaging and a carry case with a nice glossy booklet. Very convenient for carrying onto a plane and the bottles are thin enough to slip into the pouch in front of you. Not a great taste though, but I suppose people are buying it for health reasons so probably wouldn't mind. I think they'd do well if they got the money to expand.
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