Taste that’s deliberately adaptable

We’ve worked hard to make sure AG1 tastes as good as it does — 52 iterations to be exact — while making sure it’s adaptable enough to suit you. 

AG1 tastes great just with cold water; some like theirs with a squeeze of lemon or blending it into a smoothie, others add it to oat milk. But water on its own really is perfect. Notes of pineapple and a hint of vanilla shine through as subtle nods to our commitment to sourcing only the highest quality ingredients from farms all around the world. 

The science of taste is a world we’re fascinated by. Over time, you might notice the formula’s flavor profile change — a sign that the benefits of AG1 are working. Below, see different ways you can make your daily habit work in your favor.

  • "Delicious! Most green powders I have tried turn out to taste too 'green', but this tastes like dessert omg. Love the pineapple flavor to it."

    Layne P.

  • “I was afraid it would taste grassy, but it doesn’t. Just really refreshing, and slightly sweet."

    Kate S.

  • "I get a tropical hit. Maybe even nutty."

    Terry M.

The One

Because it really is perfect with just water.

1 Scoop of AG1 
8 ounces of water

The Ginger One

A really nice way to take a ginger shot.

1 Scoop of AG1 
1 green apple, cored
1 lime, juiced
1/2" fresh grated ginger
1 cup water 

The Tropical One

Golden hour all day long.

1 Scoop of AG1 
1 cup of coconut water
1 cup pineapple 
1 umbrella straw 
Handful of Ice

The Really Refreshing One

The right amount of hint.

1 Scoop of AG1 
1 cup of coconut water
Squeeze of lemon 
Handful of Ice 

The Dan Churchill One

From the performance chef himself.

1 Scoop of AG1
1/2 frozen banana
2/3 cup frozen mango
1 handful of spinach
1 cup coconut milk, unsweetened
1 cup almond milk, unsweetened
1/4 cup water

The Extra Green One

Power to the plants.

1 Scoop of AG1
2 cups of kale
1 inch pieces ginger, peeled
1 lemon, juiced
1 banana
2 cups of frozen cauliflower rice
2 tablespoon of hemp seeds
10 ounces of water