Refreshing Aloe Vera Beverage

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This is less a tutorial and more a mere suggestion. I've recently fallen in love with AloeGloe and I wanted to create a beverage that highlighted the simple sweetness but didn't overwhelm the pure taste. That delicate balance between overpowering and emphasizing. There is no pulp in AloeGloe, so this beverage is a hit with even the pickiest of drinkers!

If you are a fan of Aloe Vera drinks, but hate the extra calories, AloeGloe is perfect for you! You can enjoy an entire liter of AloeGloe for 72 calories AND 16 grams of sugar. Plus it's Certified Organic, so you can feel good about imbibing!

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Here's what you'll need:

-1 Liter of AloeGloe (I'd recommend the Crisp Aloe or White Grape flavors)
-1 Lemon
-3-4 Sprigs of fresh Mint (a generous amount)
-Several Large Mason Jars

In several large mason jars, pour out the AloeGloe until almost filled. Slice the lemon into thin slivers, and equally distribute it among the mason jars. 

Rub the mint leaves between your fingers and then distribute them equally among the mason jars. 

Add the lid to the jars and refrigerate overnight. 

*You don't have to wait overnight, but the flavors really intensify the longer you let it chill!*

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    4 years ago on Introduction

    Great suggestion.

    I would make one caveat some people do not react well to Aloe Vera. Basically, it's a gut grenade to them and results in explosive diarrhea. I would recommend testing the drink before going full bore on it. My wife is one of the people that can't ingest it in any quantity.


    4 years ago

    Sounds refreshing!