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Fermented Green Supremefood Rating


I had cake for breakfast. No, not your average birthday cake, it was an intense brownie cake with a cookie bottom and cookies on the side. Needless to say, it was an awesome cake, but not for breakfast. I had it, loved it, and promptly crashed.

So much sugar so early in the day was, and is, a mistake. That's where this tea comes in. After a day of sugar, I've got to calm down and drink some water and some unsweetened tea. This satisfied both of those as far as I'm concerned. It's a nice black tea with a touch of Dove Creek mint. What does Dove Creek mint taste like? It's an indigenous thing. That's one thing that I like about Texas Tea is that they use all ingredients from in and around Texas.

It's just the right amount of mint that gives it a flavor but doesn't take away from the fact that it's an unsweetened tea. Do you like unsweetened tea?

Do you hate when people mess with your tea like I do when I specifically order an unsweetened tea at a restaurant and they ask if I want any sugar with it? You and I should go to dinner together. This is going to be a strange review, so please, bear with me. This drink is good. This drink also tastes the way that fine leather smells. I'm sorry, but every sip I take reminds me of walking past Coach or Wilson's Leather when I worked at the outlet mall. Between the mint and the honey and the green tea and whatever is in there which isn't much, I'm exaggerating it really tastes like a nice new belt.

I know this isn't what you want to hear. Let me try to get out of this funk for a second. It's really "mojito-esque" and the spearmint is very strong, but the bitterness is there. It's a very complex drink because you really can taste all the flavors at once and you have to roll the drink around to get it all. All the flavors are "there" but together Would I drink it again?

Probably not just because I'll never be able to get this thought of filtering an otherwise great drink through a pair of fine, Italian loafers, but I hope that it doesn't discourage you from picking some up for yourself.

Ahhh, big city boy like you coming down to the South, eh? Well we've got a thing or two to teach you about how we do things 'round here. For starters, we only wear overalls. For the women-folk, they wear sundresses.

That's the way 'tis and that's the way it's gonna be, now and forever. Number two is that we make our pies with lard, the way that mama made 'em. None of that fancy, low calorie margarine like you city slickers have up there.

If y'ain't got lard, butter. Ol' fashioned butter'll make everything go down smoother. Get used to it. Fourth is that we make our sweet tea with two things; tea and sugar. That's it and that's all, now and f'ever. It's really juicy and flavorful. My only complaint and this goes for all Hotlips sodas is it's only lightly carbonated.

I like my soda to be moderately fizzy, but you barely notice it here. I'm going to make some enemies with this statement, but I don't care: I don't like cranberries. That was until I had this soda. It's nice that it's naturally sweetened no real or fake sugar , and yet still tastes sweet. The cranberry taste is strong yet not overpowering like straight cranberry juice.

When I moved back to Buffalo for 10 months, the number one complaint I got from fellow reviewer Jason was that I didn't review more Hotlips soda while I lived in Portland.

You'd think I passed up a chance to see a one-off Fugazi reunion by the consistency that he would bring it up. If he were my father, he might have disowned me, or at least cut off my allowance for a couple weeks. For those who are not familiar with it, Hotlips is a Portland, Oregon based chain of pizza shops that also make their own soda.

They are available on tap and bottled at various grocery stores around the greater Portland area. The great thing about Hotlips soda is that it's made with real fruit, something I didn't appreciate the first time I had one.

It only contains whole ingredients, no gross chemicals or filler. People's biggest complaint with Hotlips is their soda is VERY lightly carbonated, so little that sometimes it seems like it's not at all. Now don't get me wrong, I love carbonated soda, I just think of this as it's own thing and try not to compare it to traditional soda as far as the carbonation goes. Now to this flavor, black raspberry. It's one of my favorite fruits so I might be biased, but I think it's delicious.

Like most flavors, there are little chunks of berry in it that make the drink. I was pretty shocked when I saw this, but also excited to try it. These vitamins are not only incredibly crucial for proper blood clotting, but they are very important when it comes to boosting mood, energy, and other mental functions. The organic fermented vegetable blend is packed with antioxidants and phytochemicals.

Therefore, these can reduce your risk of developing a chronic disease. The organic botanical blend gives the body that much-needed energy boost thanks to the amount of green leaf in the blend. The milk thistle seed extract is extremely beneficial when it comes to protecting the body against cancer, high cholesterol, diabetes, and gallstones.

Digestive enzymes and probiotics help your digestive system work its best. This product is incredibly natural. The unique process of fermentation makes these ingredients easily absorbed and digested. However, even though the company has not listed any side effects, certain ingredients can still cause reactions in individuals.

And though these side effects are mild, they are worth mentioning so that users can feel comforted if they experience them. Some side effects include nausea, thirst, stomach discomfort, headaches, gas and bloating. If you are pregnant, nursing, or are currently being treated for any type of condition, you should consult your medical practitioner before using this product.

The recommended dosage of this product is to mix 1 scoop of the powder with your favorite juice, water, or non-dairy milk.

Once the drink is shaken to the desired consistency, you can drink it. To get the best results possible, you should drink it 30 minutes after eating a meal. It is arguably one of the most popular green drink powders on the market.

It is easy to find positive and raving reviews on Fermented Green Supremefood online. Many users claimed that they could write a novel on how much they love this product. Others went more into detail and explained how the product has helped them with their digestive problems and fatigue. On the other hand, many of the negative reviews we found have the users complaining that the product was far too sweet due to the stevia.

You can find this product in many different online retailers such as the Vitamin Shoppe, Amazon, iHerb, and more.

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