Taking a stroll through my local grocery store recently I came across a what looked like a large bottle of super fancy alcohol. But to my surprise it wasn’t alcohol at all.
It was GINGER ALE!!!!!
I’m seriously in love with the way the bottle looks! It has a lightly frosty look to it similar to those Grey Goose vodka bottles LOL ~ hence why I thought it was alcohol at first. #SillyMe It definitely caught my eye! Not to mention they’re website is super cute too – clean and crisp looking!
So, since I never heard of the brand before and being the health conscious freak that I am 🙂 I read over the ingredients list.
Unlike other ginger ales, Q Ginger is made with:
- Real ginger
- A dash of Organic Agave, not loads of high fructose corn syrup or sugar
- A touch of coriander, cardamom, cayenne, rose oil, and orange peel
- Only 60 calories
- A beautiful glass package, which preserves taste and carbonation
This is undoubtedly the holy grail for healthy ginger ale lovers!
Now, lets go over the TASTE…
- Sweet (but not too sweet)
- Crisply carbonated
- You can definitely taste the fresh ginger
Because we use real ginger and spices, not a synthetic flavor, and organic agave, not garish amounts of high fructose corn syrup or sugar, Q Ginger has a real bite and depth but isn’t too sweet. In other words, it tastes great.
I haven’t tried their other flavors YET but can’t wait until I do. For now, the Q Ginger is absolutely amazing!
You can enjoy this Q Ginger all by itself…OR do what I did (hehe) and mix it with some freshly juiced peaches. 🙂 #YUMMM I love my drinks fruity – yes I do!
All you need to do is:
- Juice 1 large organic peach
- Add the peach juice to your cup of Q Ginger
It’s literally that easy. I even add some freshly SquEEzed orange juice + fresh fruit chunks into mine sometimes! The taste is OFF THE HOOK! I can honestly drink the whole bottle all to myself.
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