REED's Original Ginger Brew - 12 oz (12 Glass Bottles)
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REED's Original Ginger Brew IngredientsIngredients: sparkling filtered water, fructose, pineapple juice from concentrate and honey, fresh ginger root, lemon and lime juices from concentrate and spices.
Nutrition Facts: serving size: 12fl oz; calories 145; total fat 0g; sodium 5mg; sugars 37.4g; protein 0g; total carbohydrates 37.4g; fresh ginger 17g
Shipping Weight: 18.0 lb
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Not too much bite very refreshing when ice cold. A masterpiece of a recipe!
Best beverage I've had. Delivery and packaging perfect. You did what you said you were going to do. Keep up the good work.
This stuff is pretty sweet it has the ginger flavor to it but it's more of a sweet type. Tastes excellent. Noticed sometimes it looks like there was cloudy stuff inside maybe settling. Not sure if that is normal or not.I could't tell a difference between this one and the premium one.
As someone who really enjoys a wide variety of ginger ales and beers including some of the stronger versions Reeds is one I just can't develop a taste for. It all comes down to flavor which I find a bit too "funky" for my tastes. I was unable to finish the bottles I bought at my local grocery so I gave away the bottles to friends and family hoping to find someone else who would like them...with no success. While I know Reeds has their own fans...and I certainly can't blame anyone for liking the drink...I urge caution for those who haven't tried it yet. It's probably unlike any other ginger drinks you've had...and may be a flavor that truly is an acquired taste. I would suggest an Avery's Ginger Beer for someone looking to step further than Canada Dry or Schwepps. And if you want a good dose of heat I would suggest a Blenheim. Both have excellent ginger flavor but have a nice bite to them.