I have tried each flavor variety of Old Orchard juices and find them all to have a slightly unusual after taste and less than real fruit flavor than most juices today. The cranberry is good, mildly tart and true to cranberry in flavor but that lingering after taste and filmy inner mouth texture just make me not want to buy it. Poor flavor and quality.
Old Orchard Cranberry Naturals has nearly 2 times the cranberry juice of leading "diet" juices. It's only 70 calories per serving and is made with Truvia sweetener. Between the two that I tried, the Cranberry Raspberry has a much better taste in my opinion. The raspberry adds just a little sweetness that helps with the tartness of the cranberry. The Classic Cranberry I found to be really tart. I use cranberry juice in the form of a mixed drink with alcohol more than I drink it straight. If added in with alcohol, the flavors would balance each other out. In regards to the truvia. I am not completely sold on sweeteners in general. People say that once you get used to them, you won't go back to regular sugar. I just can't get over that hump. In the cranberry juice, the truvia is barely noticeable. It doesn't give that sweetener aftertaste. I've used straight Truvia in tea and other drinks and it's the best of the natural sweeteners.