Victoria's Kitchen Almond waters review!
David founder of Victorias Almond waters grandmother would whip up her almond water in the south of France and serve them as a refreshing treat to her grand kids and everyone loved them, due to the waters being sweetened with natural extracts and flavors with a touch of sweetness.
Later on in life David and his wife moved to the USA and started serving the almond waters to guests and that's when a lightbulb went off and they got the idea to bottle their waters!
In 2012 Victorias kitchen was born!
I've heard of almond milk before so when I came across these almond waters from Victoria's Kitchen at Wholefoods I became interested in them not only because they make their waters with unique flavors such as vanilla rose but because they looked refreshing.
I was sent their almond waters for review and couldn't wait to crack open a bottle and try them!
Here are some facts about their waters:
Refreshing drinks made with a twist!
Contains 100-110 calories per bottle
Original Vanilla Rose:
I had no idea what to expect when I tried this almond water, would it be too sweet or just right? When I saw the recipe that called for this water I just knew I had to try it! It's called the guilty pleasure smoothie! All you do is blend the water along with raspberries, blueberries and a banana along with dark chocolate. I didn't have any raspberries on hand so I used strawberries instead. I am obsessed with smoothies and have them for breakfast each morning and couldn't wait to try this one! Let me tell you it was amazing! It tasted like a chocolate covered strawberry with the essence of vanilla!
I've tried other coconut waters before and wasn't impressed at all until now that is.this one has an amazing coconut flavor.
Mint and licorice:
So refreshing in this drink with the taste of licorice and mint!
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