I would first of all like to thank I-Force for giving me the opportunity to review a tub of their RVC.
Let me preface this by stating I usually consume protein shakes in Water, Almond Milk, or Coconut Milk. Milk by itself does not appeal to me or agree with my digestive system.
On to the Review!
Packaging: Cool looking tub that fits with the rest of the I-force line of products.
Smell: Cracked that sucker open to take a whiff and was pleasantly surprised to find that it smells a lot like mixed cake batter. No vanilla, just butter, sugar, and flour. As someone who likes to lick the bowl after a cake has been prepared this is appreciated.
Mixibility: I should get a video up of this cause man is it pretty cool. Just a few shakes with my and one scoop mixes completely in 4 oz. Sweet!
Taste: Man this is an interesting flavor! It mixes up reddish which right there signals my mind to think strawberry, but you take a sip and it is anything but. To describe the flavor you really need a visual cue.
First of all it is really not as sweet as any other traditional protein powders I have had. That is a plus and I feel adds to the versatility of the product. You can taste a pretty authentic flavor of cake followed by a subtle hint of cream cheese icing. The flavor was pretty good in just water, but it was astounding when I mixed it up in my unsweetened coconut milk. 4 oz and one scoop created a perfect little treat great after a workout or as a nice snack.
Digestion: A lot of supplements do not agree with me and protein powders is no exception. I am pleased to say that RVC passes the test and I did not suffer any bloating or discomfort from consuming this tasty treat.
I-force has a winner here and I am excited to continue to try different ways of consuming the RVC. I will update with anything I feel works really well.
I look forward to trying the other flavors and you can count on me to switch up my protein selection to include Protean.