I have taken it for 3 pgs now and it is just fine. What I do is use a fruit juice blend that I like in a small cup, add the Floradix to it, then stir it / drink with a straw. That way you don't end up with a mouthful of it at the bottom of the cup, which would be more bitter.
I suppose it depends on how sensitive to taste you are. To me, it tastes like metallic OJ. My kids liked the taste, it was too sweet for me but I could tolerate it. Some health food stores can get a sample for you, see if you can go that route.
I second the "Old Apple Juice"...it's what it smells like too....I'm sensitive and yet can tolerate it on it's own...I feared pay close to 30bucks and not being able to take it but I am doing great with it.
it's doable but nasty. i have an aversion to anything that tastes like iron, like those cold-ease cough drops. and this tastes like iron. that being said, i mix it with juice and it is hardly noticeable. plus--if you need iron, it's the best way to get more! and thus far it hasn't affected my digestive system if you know what i mean
I drink the floravit instead, same product without the yeast. I actually like it, a bit like medicinal tasting juice. Possibly prune juice only not so thick and sweet. I don't mind it at all. It says on the packaging to mix with water or juice, but sometimes I will have it as a shot.
Did you like it?
I mixed it with blueberry pomegranate juice and it's ok. The juice kind of had a pruney taste and the last sip was gross, but I can definitely do it once a day. DH tried it straight and said it tasted like old pennies soaked in orange juice.