Edibles Review – OKF – Aloe Vera Drink

Brokedown Vanity - Edibles Review - Aloe Drink

For our Bonus Post today, it will be a review on OKF Aloe Vera Drink.

My bestie once randomly bought me a 2 litre bottle of Aloe Water, and I thought it sort of weird, to drink a plant normally used to help skin burns, but I am adventurous, so I tried it. It was instant love!

I recently found out that Dollarama stocks these OKF Aloe drinks, and you can get two 500ml bottles for $1.25CAD.

I find the drinks themselves really refreshing. They mildly remind me of bubble teas, with the fact they have a texture to them, being the little bits of aloe. They go down really smooth, and they are decent at room temperature.

Brokedown Vanity - Edibles Review - Nutrition Guide

Here is the Nutrition Facts for a half a bottle, and the ingredients, all sideways for you, haha.

I find the drink to be sweet, and half a bottle equals to almost half your daily intake of sugars for the day(25g), if you are an adult. I only buy these for myself as a treat. I only ever drink half the bottle in a day too, and I leave the other half for a few days later.

Brokedown Vanity - Edibles Review - Info

Other random info. Just in case you want to know.

I think it is a good alternative to buying the big Aloe Water bottles at the grocery store, as I often wonder if I will finish it all(I am the only one that drinks it in my household). I also really like the packaging to these. I sort of want to see if I can make something out of the bottle.

If you end up trying these, let me know, I want to hear your thoughts on them. Or just let me know about your first experience with Aloe Water in general, did you find it a bit weird too?

‘Til the next post


***Disclaimer – I am not sponsored by any of the companies mentioned on this blog. I just started to blog, so who would sponsor me, seriously. All items featured were purchased with my own money, gained by some other means, like awesome gifts from peoples, trades, or perhaps even a promotion of some sort.***

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