[b][size=5][color=red] Olympus Labs Whey Protein Peanut Butter Cups [/b][/size][/color]
[b][color=blue] Taste [/b][/color]
Peanut Butter Cups – It is hard to mess up a peanut butter cup, especially if you are American who loves chocolate and peanut butter. This flavor is complimented very well with neither the chocolate nor peanut butter overpowering each other. The overall ratio is split down the middle to give you the best of both worlds. You can taste a hint of roasted peanuts and a salty aspect that really enhances the overall flavoring of the protein powder. OL did a good job here and really will be a contender with a saturated market of peanut butter cup and peanut butter chocolate flavors.
[b][color=blue] Mixability [/b][/color]
For each taste test I am going to mix one sample packet with 6-8oz of Almond/Cashew Milk. I will then blend it in my ninja blender. I want to keep each review consistent to see if there is any deviance in thickness and consistency between the flavors. Protein shakes are also the most utilize way of consuming whey protein.
During my experience on the samples I will say it mixed thicker then regular whey or isolate protein, but not as thick as casein. This would be right in the middle that would resemble a blend. My guess is there are hints of Milk Protein Isolate or a touch of casein. If you want a thick and dense shake I would say 4-6oz would suit you very well, if you like a thinner consistency go with 8-12oz.
There was no formula, macros, or calories listed for the protein. What I can say is that due to how it mixed on the thicker side I can guess this a blend (not 100% sure). Knowing Olympus Labs thrives off being on the cutting edge of their formula’s they would only go that route to back what research shows is optimal.
[b][color=blue] Ranking of Flavors / Samples [/b][/color]Mocha Cereal Peanut Butter Cup Gingerbread Cookie Fruity Cereal