Cell-nique’s Root Beer Drink is Extremely Impressive

I cannot tell a lie. I have a real soft spot for root beer.

It brings back memories of when I was a kid (decades before my organic days) and would have root beer floats in the summer. The taste just really does it for me.

Except for the occasional glass of Sipp’s ginger blossom, which is nearly impossible to resist, I don’t drink any soda.

So when I tasted Cell-nique’s root beer flavor at Expo West recently, I kind of flipped out.

Cell-nique is not a carbonated soda but a juice made of many of the world’s best superfoods. And that is what makes this beverage so impressive.

How they could take amazing foods, such as noni, kelp, chlorella, blue-green algae, wheatgrass and numerous others, and end up with something that tastes like root beer is beyond me. The person who created this concoction deserves a medal.

If you like root beer as much as I do and are looking for a nutritious drink filled with dozens of world-class superfoods, definitely give Cell-nique’s root beer a try.

I had a lot of trouble putting the bottle down.


Cell-nique is sold at retail locations across the country.



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  • Maria says:

    I was disappointed to find out that their products all contain agave syrup. It raises my blood sugar and is no longer considered a healthy substance.



    • Max Goldberg says:

      Hi Maria,

      I am sorry to hear agave doesn’t work for you. You should email the company and see if they are thinking about using coconut palm nectar instead. This is lower on the Glycemic Index than agave.

      Live well,

  • Donna says:

    Hi Laura,
    Thank you for your question about grape seed oil. I am the co-founder of Cell-nique (along with my husband Dan) and I am also a nutrition counselor. Grape seed oil does contain Omega 6 fatty acids and too much omega 6 is not good. Cell-nique had very little grape seed in it.
    The reason I am saying “had” is because Max accidentally received our original bottles. Our new branding bottles no longer contain grape seed extract, not because of any harm, but because we wanted it be in line with kosher rules and grape seed is not kosher. I am happy to answer any other questions you may have.
    With good health,

  • Laura says:

    Grape seed*

    • Max Goldberg says:

      Hi Laura,

      I have not heard any bad things about grape seed extract but will contact the company and have someone respond to your comment.

      Live well,

  • Laura says:

    This drink does sound amazing, but I read somewhere that grapefruit seed extract is actually bad for you?

  • stephanie haughey says:

    Hello Max,

    I want to and I will discuss it with my friend who is
    the category buyer for these kinds of products.

    All the best,

  • stephanie haughey says:

    Hello Max!

    I agree. I bought this at our SOMA location.Not yet in my store.
    I don’t drinks sodas and never have, but I do have a soft spot for root
    and ginger beer but I cannot find any to buy until now.
    Amazing product!

    To your health!

    • Max Goldberg says:

      Hi Stephanie,

      Glad you like it as well! How they get it to taste like root beer is amazing. Will you be trying to get it at your store also?

      Live well,

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