Verday Chlorophyll Water Review

For the first time ever on this blog we are doing a review of water. Yes. Thats Right. WATER. The big H2O. There are wide variety of bottled waters on the market for the health conscious to choose; there are filtered, spring, osmosis, mineral, sparkling, and others. Verday adds a new twist on the water trend by infusing water with 100mg of chlorophyll.

100mg of chlorophyll is the same as you would find in 2 shots of wheatgrass, 4 cups of spinach, or 12 cups of arugula. verday-water

Filtered Water, Organic Lemon Juice, Chlorophyll (as Sodium Copper Chlorophyllin from Alfalfa), Natural Flavors, Organic Evaporated Cane Sugar.
There is less than 1g of sugar in each bottle.

Verday currently comes in 4 flavors: Cucumber, Coconut, Lemongrass Ginger, and Watermelon.

Cucumber cucumber_fce3effd-a238-4b4e-b14d-26e85844cea6_668x1003.png
Has an aroma of fresh and lively cucumber and greens. It has a clean taste with a faint trace of bitter on the back end.

Coconut coconut-bottle_668x1003.png
Has a warm tropical aroma of young coconut. It has a faint taste of young coconut and tannins from a white tea.

Lemongrass Ginger lemongrass-main_668x1003.png
Has the aroma of fresh ginger with a hint of lemongrass. Upon tasting the lemongrass flavor is more pronounced with the ginger flavor playing a supportive role.

Has the aroma of fresh juicy watermelon as well as candied watermelon. A lightly sweet melon taste with a touch of greeny bitterness.

All in all this is an interesting product that in these days of health conscious americans will surely be a hit. It retails for $39 for a pack of 12 on Amazon and about $3.25 in the store.

Review samples provided by representatives of Verday Chlorophyll Water


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