Aloe Vera pulp juice drink #ProductReview

By | February 25, 2014

I’m very aware of the use of the Aloe Vera plant’s uses in moisturiser and creams, so when I was asked if I would like to try a couple of bottles of TAJ Foods range of Aloe Vera Drinks, I couldn’t wait to give them a go.


Having done some research between applying and waiting for the drinks to arrive, there were many benefits documented:
* An aid to detox
* Boosting immunity
* Energising
* as well as being packed with approx 200 active components, including many vitamins and folic acid.

The bottles arrived and I received a bottle of Original flavour and Strawberry flavour.

I gave the Strawberry one a try first, hopefully you can see from the picture that the drink has some pulp in it but they’re not huge pieces and are easy to drink:


I was a bit apprehensive about the taste but it was really nice, definitely a Strawberry flavour.

The Original flavour reminded me a bit of calpol, again very tasty.

How did I find it?

Well, I found it quite diuretic, but in a good way! I guess that is the detox element. Definitely energising and I could imagine skin benefits if drunk regularly.

I have been asked to advise that the drinks are not suitable if pregnant or breast feeding, not for children under 3 years of age.

The drinks come in Original, Mango, Lychee, Strawberry, Passion Fruit, Pomegranate and Cranberry flavours, the latter sounds a very healthy combo.

The bottles are a 500ml size and calorific value is 24 kcal per 100ml.

When researching where these could be bought, I found that Amazon as well as Morrisons stock them.

Overall, I enjoyed the taste, can definitely appreciate the benefits and they are something I’ll be looking out for.

Disclaimer: I received two bottles of Aloe Vera drink for the purpose of this review, my words and views are my own.

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Kim Carberry on 25th February 2014 at 11:40 am.

I tried these and found the Strawberry one quite delicious….Not so much the original flavour….


Jeannette on 25th February 2014 at 8:13 pm.

I much preferred the Strawberry one too, definitely something that would be more beneficial that my lunchtime can of caffeine free diet coke 🙂


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