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I live in northern California, we have a store called holiday market, the first time I had this drink was yesterday, and I am hooked just got my second bottle and drink them in a only a few minutes. At first I almost thought the aloe pulp was a gelatin type substance, I was intrigued by the mild grape flavour and my favorite part is the pulp. I find myself chewing on the peices, the texture is so odd but I love it. It reminds me of an episode of Andrew zimmerns bizzare foods, where he traveled and had a hot aloe vitamin tonic it was heated, dark brown, stringy and he claimed it was foul as he handed it off to a elderly native woman. Since then Ive been interested aloe, I got it for about three bucks, the store only has exposed. But ill be keeping my eye out for the other favours of this tasty drink. Definatly worth a try!




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