I tried 1 sample of the Nutrishop house brand green supplement so that's all I have to compare this to. That one seemed to be lighter tasting, not saying it better or worse tasting.
Profile - Looks solid, I don't know how it compares to CL and other green supplements as a lot of what's on the label's completely foreign to me.
Value - With tax it works out to just above a buck a serving, CL's offering claims 60 servings but they recommend 1-2 scoops, SAN says a servings 2 scoops. So I guess both technically are 60 servings.
taste - Well going into this my expectations weren't a supplement that tastes good, at best I hoped it would be a supplement that tastes decent. It's pretty strong, there's some sort of Apple'ish taste but it's mostly a strong grassy taste. It's not bad, but I've only taken it once so I can't comment on how it tastes after you get use to it. I mixed in a 1tbps of raw honey, which I could not taste at all. I definitely didn't find it refreshing, but it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. The smell's pretty awful, imho you should try to drink it without smelling it. And while I know this doesn't effect the taste, the color's a bit off-putting. I'll update with a few pixs next time I take it. If this wasn't as good for me as it is, I wouldn't take it, but the taste/benefit ratio is enough to make me not mind the taste.
digestibility - I will have to update this after I've had it a few more times. It went down easy and I haven't noticed any stomach problems, but I've let a few semi-doozie farts go (and I'm at work opps, lol) I can't blame it on this though until after I've had it a few more times.
mixibility - It was pretty good, a few small chunks but not bad.
A servings 2 scoops, so I wonder why they didn't just make the scoops twice as big? I suppose some people might take half a serving at a time I dunno. Between this and Muslepharms 1/2 a scoop servings I really have to pay attention when I'm making something lol.
Thread: SAN Fusion Green Supreme review