Gaspari Proven EAA
Guava Nectarine – This flavor is absolutely dynamite. Upon your first sip of the Proven EAA, you get a bold tropical punch flavor. Soon after the aftertaste is where the guava and nectarine kick in. I picked up on lime, passion fruit, and a subtle cherry flavor that was then complemented by the guava and orange nectarine. With the diversity of flavors, this EAA product provides it makes a happy medium for those who love a unique flavor. While I have never had anything like this on the market this one raised my eyebrow and was very refreshing. If I am picking a flavor of the Proven EAA it is this one, and one of the better testing EAA/BCAA products I have ever had in my entire life. Gaspari knocked this out of the park.
Blueberry Acai – When you first drink the product the blueberry taste comes on strong, and then the acai kicks in as it trickles down your throat. There is a slight acidity in the acai berry that makes for this comparison with the blueberry. The pleasant taste of the acai berry gives this product the tartness to combat the dense blueberry flavor. I like the ratio Gaspari went here with a 70/30 mix in favor of the blueberry. The name is absolutely true to what is stated on the label.
Gaspari Proven EAA mixes with ease. When the powder touches the water it starts to dissolve. After a few shakes, it is 100% dissolved and has no particles floating around the shaker bottle. I did not notice any additional foam which can happen when amino acids mix. Overall there is nothing to worry about here. You could even mix this with a spoon and it should come clear in seconds.
9g Aminos (6g BCAA 4:1:1 / 3g EAA)
600mg Electrolyte Blend
Gaspari Proven EAA is simple yet effective when it comes to their amino formula. There is a mixture of 6g BCAA in a 4:1:1 Ratio, 3g of EAA’s, and 600mg of Electrolytes that contain: Sodium, Magnesium, Potassium, and Calcium. You also see Himalayan salt to help improve hydration.
Each Tub contains 30 servings and is $36 a container. If you add a generic 20% off code (Doug20) that drops the price to $28.80 making it under $1 a serving.