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Lily of the Desert Aloe Vera Gel review

While it may be an Aloe Brand Leader in the US, Lily of the Desert is harder to come by in the UK. Nevertheless, due its reputation alone we figured it was about time for us to road test Lily Of The Desert’s Aloe Drinking Gel. And this is what we thought…

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Taste & Consistency – 4 / 5

As you can see in the video, this product has the thickest consistency of all that products we have tested to date. This is not surprising when Lily Of The Desert prides itself on using just the aloe inner leaf fillet for this product.…

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Grace Aloe Vera Drink review

Grace Foods have been bringing the world “the authentic taste of Jamaica and the Caribbean through their delicious recipes and products” since 1922. And here is what we thought of their Aloe Vera Drink (Original Flavour)…

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Taste & Consistency – 4.5 / 5

In both taste and consistency, this product is very similar to that Alo Coco Exposed (minus the coconut flavour in this original flavour drink). Through the visible inner Aloe leaf and the grape flavour, this product is not only super tasty, but you also feel as though you are getting the benefits directly from the Aloe Vera plant as well.…

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Holland & Barrett Maximum Strength Aloe Vera Juice review

As a market leader of health foods and supplements in the UK, Holland and Barrett have their own branded Aloe Vera Juice. But is it any good? We decided to find out…

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Taste & Consistency – 2 / 5

Consistency: Holland and Barrett’s Maximum Strength Aloe Vera Juice has a similar consistency to both the Aloe Pura Cranberry Falavour Aloe Vera Juice and Nature’s Own Aloe Vera Juice.  It is more like watered down cordial, and although it does contain some evidence of the Aloe Vera inner leaf, their existence is not enough to add any substance to the consistency of the juice.…

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Alodrink review: ‘Alo Coco Exposed’ (Aloe & Coconut water)

This brand is popping up everywhere so we thought it was about time to test what Alodrinks has to offer in the world of Aloe Vera drinks…

With such a wide range of products to choose from, we were torn with what to try, but we opted for their ‘Alo Coco Exposed’ range and chose their Peach and Kiwi flavour.  This range contains a blend of Aloe Vera Juice and also contains the added benefit of coconut water (another favourite in the health drinks industry – read more about coconut water in Aloe Vera in the News- Daily Mail article).…

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Pukka Organic Aloe Vera Juice review

Having tried, tested & loved their range of different teas, we were quite excited to try this. Great packaging, which allows you to see the cloudy formula inside. All very exciting…

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Taste & Consistency – 3.5 / 5

Consistency: There is some definite inner leaf gel in this one – not as ‘gloopy’ as some of the juices we have tried but they have definitely made an effort to keep a decent amount of the inner leaf in there.

Taste: It grows on you. We think that is partly to do with the fact that it tastes quite diluted but has that been their downfall?…

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Forever Aloe Bits n’ Peaches review

Yet another flavour disguiser that Forever Living have come up for their Aloe Vera drinking gel. So all the effects of Aloe, without the taste… well, let’s see…

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Taste & Consistency – 5 / 5

We’re not sure why they call it a gel, maybe it is to do with the ‘gloopy’ consistency we keep finding – this is a good thing though – we like their patented stabilization process – we feel we’re getting the real deal because of it.

And we like the taste…I mean, really like the taste – even more than their Berry Nectar…we might just get used to this one…

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Health benefits – 5 / 5

Forever Living state that this particular gel has ‘pure nutritious pieces of aloe vera bathed in the flavour of sun-ripened peaches…with added carotenoids which are valuable antioxidants and a source of vitamin A, essential for maintaining a healthy immune system.’ They suggest that this natural fruity drink would also be ideal for children – we agree – if you are going to try kids on any Aloe product & want them to like it, this is probably your best bet.…

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Aloe Pura Cranberry Flavour Aloe Vera Juice review

Here we have yet another example of a company trying to disguise the taste of that old favourite – the aloe vera plant! But is it a real competitor in this busy Aloe market?

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Taste & Consistency – 3 / 5

Taste: It’s ok. It is more like a watered down cordial than a juice or maybe what marketing companies would call a ‘juice drink’ – so there’s more liquid than aloe in there and very little sign on the leaf itself (if you look closely, the liquid is not completely see-through & it has definitely seen an aloe vera plant in its life.…

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Forever Aloe Berry Nectar review

Let’s face it – taste is a big issue for a lot of people when it comes to drinking Aloe Vera. Forever Living have come up with several flavours for their Aloe Vera Drinking Gel, for those of us who want all the health benefits of Aloe but prefer a more disguised taste!

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Taste & Consistency – 4.5 / 5

As with all the Forever Aloe Drinking Gels, the ‘gloopy’ texture shows that the product is as fresh as it comes: straight from the  inner leaf (the basis of all of their products). They claim that texture of this Aloe Vera Drinking Gel is down to the special harvesting and patented stabilization processes which preserve aloe in its freshest form.  …

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Nature’s Own Aloe Vera Juice review

Cold extracted inner leaf juice – sounds promising? Let’s find out

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Taste & Consistency – 1.5 / 5

We don’t mean to be harsh but there is not a lot going for this juice in terms of taste or consistency. It is watered down & has quite a harsh after taste of Aloe. There transparency of the liquid also suggests that a lot has happened in the processing stages of this drink even despite what it says on the bottle: ‘you may find pieces of the active inner leaf gel in this product’ – we searched for them…but alas, we were not successful!…

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