11/21/08

Honest Tea: Pomegranate Blue

After a super mediocre dinner last night, I did not feel like eating oatmeal for breakfast, and went downstairs to the cafeteria to see what I could find. I ended up buying some eggs and kielbasa with peppers and onions, and also bought a bottle of Honest Ade Pomegranate Blue.

The eggs were super dry, but the sausage and peppers/onions were pretty good. What I really liked, though, was the tea! I've had several flavors of Honest Tea before, but wasn't too impressed with them.

The Pomegranate Blue variety, however, truly tastes like pomegranate and has just a bit of sweetness and none of the artificial after-taste. Plus, there are only 100 calories in the 16.9 ounce bottle.

The nation's first organic pomegranate drink combines the antioxidant power and great taste of pomegranate and blueberries. It's got fewer than half the calories of those other pomegranate drinks so it has a light, refreshing taste that has everyone asking for more. Honest Ade Pomegranate Blue takes the power of the pomegranate to new heights of refreshment. Certified organic by the USDA.

Got get some to quench your thirst.

Image courtesy of Honest Beverages website.

5 comments:

Gratitude Gal said...

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recipes2share said...

I have just used a similar juice in a tagine (Nigella Christmas book) and it was fabulous - added the 'right' amount of sweet balance and can't wait to cook it again, but have to wait until I go to the UK as I haven't found this in France!!

Cathy - wheresmydamnanswer said...

Thanks for the tip this looks great without being too sugary and full of carbs - What a great blend of health and antioxidants!! Will try to track this one down!

Sharon said...

Thanks for sharing! I have never seen that brand in my area before though.

MrOrph said...

I have like, pomegranate everything! It is such the wonder fruit. And as I age, I want my anti-oxidants!!!!!

Gimme blueberries, cherries, acai, and more Sam-e and I will live to be 50; well at least; it's only 5 away. :-)