I’m starting to think that Honest Ade’s Cranberry Lemonade is the greatest drink of all-time. I love it so much. It is the best. It has just the right amount of sweetness. It’s very easy to drink and goes down smoothly. I can chug these things. Regular cranberry juice is either too strong or too bitter, while regular lemonade usually has too much sugar in it, but this drink has just the right amount of sugar – about 12 grams per serving. It could possibly use a couple fewer grams of sugar but you have to be realistic. Buyers might not buy it if they took any more sugar out. The cranberries and lemonade are an amazing blend. If I saw you with an Honest Ade Cranberry Lemonade I might just assume you were a good person.
The ingredients are: Purified water, organic cane sugar, organic lemon juice concentrate, organic lemon extract, organic cranberry juice concentrate, organic cranberry flavor, carrot extract (for color), and citric acid. The only thing is that it can get expensive because they only sell it in 16.9 oz. bottles.
Water is actually the greatest drink of all time but I think this one is second. Fresh squeezed orange juice would make the list too. Sometimes I’ll buy one Orange Mango with Mangosteen for every five or six Cranberry Lemonades just so the Orange Mango with Mangosteen won’t feel left out, but it can’t compare. The other one I’ve been having lately is the Honest Tea Peach White Tea which doesn’t have the aftertaste of many teas and it has 150 mg of superantioxidant ECGC per bottle. Remember, peaches came in ranked at number three on my list of the 10 most underrated fruits (http://mikefrandsen.org/2009/07/10/ten-most-underrated-fruits/). Actually, the list goes to 11. But what are you going to take out? Lingonberries? Nectarines? Blackberries? I don’t think so.
The Honest Kids drinks are also very good.
Honorable mention goes to the Honest Ade Superfruit Punch with Yumberry and Goji Berry. Do you realize there is actually a review for this drink on the web at http://www.healthydrinkreviews.com/honest-tea/honest-ade-superfruit-punch/? Then there are actually two comments after the review! Get a life, people.
Wait a minute… D’OH!
(By the way, “D’OH” is not an acceptable scrabble word. I tried to use it the other night. It’s urban legend that it has been added to the scrabble dictionary).
Nice segues by me, by the way. My previous post was about NFL quarterbacks Vince Young and Jay Cutler.
Ok. Now I’m officially blogging just to avoid doing important things that I need to get done. So until the next post…