Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Pokka Aloe Vera Grape Juice

Well, with a Approved Food Haul being in place, things were looking nice, since Aloe vera juice I always had to keep up to keep me going, maybe even lose some lbs but never the less, it was a nice drink that appeared in the order. Some Pokka Aloe Vera Grape Juice. The cost of it was £0.33 a can so the price might be worth it, or will it be...
The video is below:

The approved Food Haul

The Can

Well the Can was designed in White, green and purple. It was plain but also it was colourful in the logo. But hey, things go nicely. The can was a 300ml one, which is a bit less than what most cans contain for that size. There was a hint of purple for the grape and also light faded green for that. There is also a stick for the British health info and the ingredients as well. 

The front of the can

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The bottom of the can

The Tasting. 

It was actually a normal still can of aloe Vera juice, the colour was the same as the ones from Holland and Barrett, more pulp than the Poundland ones and well it was familiar in the few ways. I poured it into a bailey's glass to show off the effect of it. 

The drink

When i gulped it down, it didn't taste any difference to aloe Vera juice at all, no strong taste of grape, maybe a low key taste to it. But it felt like Aloe Vera juice in a can, well it was that pretty much. 

The Conclusion: 

All in all, it was a standard feel to this can of aloe vera. 

omracer's Rating: 6/10

The Good Points: 

  • Aloe Vera Juice in a can.
  • VERY good value for money from Approved Food.
  • Easier to have a chilled refreshing drink.

The Bad Points: 

  • Can be hard to find in shops.
  • The taste of grape is not there.
  • The normal price would not be worth it for this can.

Well that was it for this review, there will be more from the Approved Food  Haul to review soon.