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Saturday, August 14, 2010

Review - Ayala's Herbal Water

Recently, I've decided to try and develop healthier eating habits. I've come across a few blogs which have motivated me a bit to get started. One tip that has stuck with me is "don't eat your calories". I never cared to look at the nutritional label on my drinks, but now am horrified. Thanks to Paige over at Ayala's Herbal Water, i was sent 6 16oz. bottles, after I contacted them. Ayala's Herbal Water are USDA certified Organic. They contain all natural ingredients, they have zero calories, zero artificial sweeteners, flavors, and colors, and zero chemical preservatives. They are great for those trying to not eat their calories :)

I received 6 Herbal Water Flavors; Ginger Lemon Peel, Lemongrass Mint Vanilla, Lavender Mint, Lemon Verbena Geranium, Cloves Cardomon Cinnamon & Cinnamon Orange Peel. The names alone sound tasty :) Along with the bottles I received "tasting recommendations". It listen in what order was best to try the herbal waters. This was great, as I followed it after chilling.

First on the list was Ginger Lemon Peel. The aroma just jumps out as soon and you open each bottle. This one was very light. The lemon peel certainly took center stage in this drink. Next was the Lavender Mint. The smell of this one was relaxing, as lavender should be. The lavender was a bit overpowering, as i wished the mint would have been much stronger. Next was Lemongrass Mint Vanilla. The mint was faint with a strong vanilla. This was my least favorite of all 6, i'm not big on vanilla. The mild mint was enough to keep me satisfied though. Next was Lemon Verbena Geranium. This smelled and tasted delicious. The wonderful scent and taste of lemon verbena, it was as if you were drinking in in a garden full of roses. Wonderful! Next was the Clove Cardamom Cinnamon. Very strong aroma of cinnamon, perfect spice. It absolutely reminded me of Chai tea. Last was the Cinnamon orange Peel. The scent of this herbal water just wakes you up. It had a hint of spice and sweetness. It was my second favorite :)

Overall, i think Ayala's Herbal Waters are absolutely wonderful. I praise her for these herbal infused waters. The mixes of herbs might sound odd, but they are known and used for healing and medicinal properties for those who practice traditional medicine. For example, ginger root is known to alleviate nausea, digestive problems and arthritis. Mint is known for it cooling you off, and relieving headaches. Clove oil helps in controlling the blood sugar level, helpful to those who are diabetic. 
If you'd like to try these, use coupon code “sparkle2010” –  it deducts $4.00 off an online purchase for either the Sparkling Sampler 3pk. or Sparkling single-flavor 3pk!

Disclaimer: I was NOT paid for this post, however I did receive the product in question to review. All opinions are my own and I have provided a fair and honest review. I received no other compensation for my review nor was I under any obligation to give a positive review.

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