Mango Juice Nectar (1 review)

Philippine Brand Mango Juice Nectar

Philippine Brand Mango Juice Nectar

Every morning I get up, use the facilities, pour myself a bowl of store brand Cinnamon Toast Crunch with unsweetened almond milk and check the internets. It’s a ritual that I need in my life. When I’m out of town I try to mimic it as best I can, and if my body is not satisfied, it’s going to be a rough day. I need to change up this ritual a bit and add a glass of juice to it. How great is juice? It tastes great, and if you drink the right kind it can be great for you.

I decided to start this change today with this can of mango nectar. Unfortunately this isn’t the healthiest of juice due to the unnecessarily added sugar. It’s also only 25% juice. When a company brags that their juice is not from concentrate I feel like it should be 100% juice. Oh well.

Mangos and pineapple both have this weird thing where they occasionally smell vaguely like vomit. I don’t know what causes it, and I don’t know if anyone else has the same reaction as me. One would think that if something has that scent it would be absolutely disgusting, not me. I love both fruits and all their juices. This falls on the average side of mango juices. Sure it tastes like mango, but it doesn’t taste like you just bit into the fruit, which is what I’m always looking for in a juice. I guess you shouldn’t expect much when juice comes in a can.

Reviewed By
Jason Draper on November 8th, 2012
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