So the past week I have been conducting a small taste test with three different brands of Aloe Vera juice. Every morning I measured out 1 fl oz of one of the three juices. These are the brands I chose:
1. Lily of the Desert
My results were as follows.
Day 1: Lily of the Desert
After pouring a glass and noting the color, the first thing I did was smell it. It had a very earthy, grassy, and slightly bitter smell. The taste was sharp, slightly bitter, and strangely metallic in a way. I wasn’t expecting that one. It isn’t necessarily distasteful, and the taste did not stay in my mouth. In fact a minute later my mouth felt very clean and fresh. The metallic taste did make this unpleasant enough that I don’t think I would buy this brand again. There was something about it that seemed familiar but I couldn’t quite put my finger on it.
45 minutes later, I noticed that my mouth was still fresh.
The label reads that it has 4 calories, 12 mg of sodium, 1g of carbohydrates, 25 mg calcium, 4 mg magnesium, 58 ml certified organic Aloe Vera Fillet Juice, and 60 mg certified organic polysaccharide rich aloesorb.
In conclusion, here are my findings for subject A, Lily of the Desert Aloe Vera Juice:
1. It is not very tasty.
2. Therefore it does not go down very easily.
3. The bad taste does not stick around, so there is no aftertaste.
4. It leaves my mouth with a fresh feel.
Eh, I’d give it another go, but I won’t make any promises.
Check in later for further findings!