Ambronite promised to be a drinkable supermeal. Wait, what? Food you can drink? No thanks, I like my food when I can chew it. But then I thought back to our incredible molecular gastronomy experience at Tickets in Barcelona, and realised that food in different forms can actually be quite exciting. We’ve sworn off eating at global chains of fast food joints or junk food or having any culinary experience that’s less than incredible. But that doesn’t always work out. Like when we were driving through Australia and got into tiny towns late, when everything was shut. Or in Europe, where every city seems to have a different set of rules when it comes to dinnertime. But we most definitely don’t want to load up on some junk that’s going to leave us feeling slugging for the rest of the trip.
That’s where Ambronite comes in. Promising to be more than a meal replacement with the requisite 500kcal in every sachet, it looked like an ideal meal-on-the-go. We don’t normally shy away from green smoothies, and while this one looked well, really green, it promised to be 100% natural ingredients like organic nuts, oats and wild berries. We got our pack of 5 sachets with the bright green bottle and couldn’t wait to try it. There was something about the “boosting productivity” promise that reminded me of that film Limitless, the one where he gets to unlock 100% of his brain’s potential.
Preparing the drinkable meal couldn’t have been easier. All we had to do was dunk the sachet ingredients with cold water into the bottle, shake it, and drink!
I’ll be honest, it did taste king of well, not really green, but just strange. But that’s something I’ve learnt to accept with “organic” and “health” stuff. But it’s definitely a great emergency meal to have with you when you travel, and we’ll definitely be packing it with us when we go!
It’s available in sets of 5 meals, 10 meals and a monthly subscription. Prices start at $59. Get yours at Ambronite.com
This post was made possible by Ambronite. Opinions, as always are our own.