3.5 / 5.0
BPI's Best Aminos with Energy has a good BCAA profile. You get 5g of 2:1:1 BCAA per serving (1 scoop). No one can complain with that. It uses 500mg of an energy matrix derived from green tea, white tea, l-carnatine, theobromine and phosphotidylcholine. You're energy matrix really comes from the first three but the label doesn't specify how much of each you get, which is disappointing to me. For me, I like the use of caffeine in an energy matrix, the label here does not show that. The use of peptide bonds is great as you get a higher sense of hydration while using this product. Lastly the 1g of glutamine is a nice addition but not enough to do what glutamine is supposed to do. The profile is good, I just with the label was more clear.
3.5 / 5.0
BPI’s Best Aminos is effective when it comes to relieving muscle soreness and fatigue. I would use this product throughout the day as I am not a fan of coffee so the energy matrix was what I was looking for while helping alleviate that muscle soreness. I did not feel the kick like I thought I would, similar to a cup of coffee, but it did work well to address the main issue of muscle soreness.
4.5 / 5.0
Flavor: Huricane Orange & Red Lemonade
The taste of BPI's Best Aminos is great. We tried two different flavors. If you're looking for an amino product with great taste you cannot go wrong with this. It is very tasty and something you can drink all day everyday.
2.0 / 5.0
The main issue with BPI's Best Aminos is that it does not dissolve well in water. We used a Blender Bottle, and we would have to shake it up every time before we took a drink because it wouldn't fully dissolve into the liquid. If left set for several minutes you could see it settle at the bottom of the bottle. If you're OK with shaking prior to every drink then this shouldn't be of concern to you.
3.5 / 5.0
Great value with BPI's Best BCAA. You can find this product online between $18 and $25 for 30-servings. That is great. If you want more BCAA per serving then you'd have to go with two scoops to get 10g which then would cut your servings in half. Studies suggest you should take in about 9g of BCAA per 100 lbs. I would need about 4 scoops a day to reach that level which cuts down on your servings. Even if that's what you do keep in mind that this product hovers around that $20 mark you can't find many values better than that.