BPI Sports seems to be one of those company’s that always seems to be on the move and expanding. Having released a huge range of new products last year as well as going through a rebranding, they’ve started 2015 with even more releases. One of their newest supplements will be part of their “Best” series and will be known as BPI Best Creatine.
BPI Best Creatine Review & Ingredients
BPI Best Creatine is an interesting creatine blend which will contain six different forms of creatine including:
- Creatine Monohydrate
- Magna Power – Creatine bonded to Magnesium
- Creatine AKG (Arginine Keto Glutarate)
- Creatine Anhydrous
- Creatine Phosphate
- Buffered Creatine Alkaline
In addition to the six creatine types, BPI have added in 500mg of betaine anhydrous (TMG) to support the absorption process and 50mg of Himalayan pink rock salt. The blend of creatines is definitely quite novel and interesting and should provide users with a different experience than just regular creatine monohydrate. One serving of BPI Best Creatine is 4g, so we’re awaiting to see if any more ingredients are added before the release.
BPI Best Creatine Flavours, Taste & Mixability
BPI Best Creatine is confirmed to be available in 4 flavours including Watermelon Ice, Fruit Punch, Blue Raz and Snow Cone. BPI products have always tasted excellent and mixed well, but this is a creatine product, which is notoriously difficult to mix without any residue. Once we are able to test the product, we’ll be sure to update you on the taste and mixability.
BPI Best Creatine Release Date
No official release dates have been set for BPI Best Creatine, however most of the details of the supplement have already been released. As such, we’re expecting the supplement to drop within the next month, most likely just before the Arnold Classic in March 2015.