Cellucor COR Creatine Facts
Cellucor have made some big line up announcements at the start of 2016. One of these will be the release of 6 extra supplements as part of their COR Performance Series. While 2 of them will be more complicated products, the other four will be fairly simple items featuring only a few ingredients. This includes the Cellucor COR Creatine.
Cellucor COR Creatine Review & Ingredients
The relatively new COR Creatine is simply a replacement product for a previous creatine they had. As a new supplement, it’s not really that exciting, as it’s just another micronized creatine supplement. Each 360g tub offers 72 servings of 5g each. We’re pretty sure that the supplement will just contain the one form of creatine monohydrate, but once more details are released, we’ll be sure to post an update.
Cellucor COR Creatine Flavours, Mixability & Taste
The new Cellucor COR Creatine will only come in an unflavoured version. However, we do know they’re capable of adding flavours to their creatine as evidenced by their previous creatine based supplement. If it is creatine monohydrate as we suspect, the supplement should mix relatively well, with only a minimal amount of graininess. The supplement will be tasteless, making it ideal to pair with other drinks such as protein shakes.
Cellucor COR Creatine Release Date
Official release dates for the new COR Creatine from Cellucor have not been released, but with everything all set to go, we expect it’ll only be a matter of time. As such, we’re guessing for a March or April release.