Introducing Jools Drinks

This year I decided to give up alcohol for Lent and evenings have been decidedly boring without the odd beer or glass of wine. I’m not a huge fan of fizzy or sugary drinks and there’s a limit to the amount of herbal tea I can drink, so I’ve been searching for interesting and preferably healthy alternatives to keep me going through the drought!

When I was sent a trio of Jools Drinks* to sample they were very welcome indeed. They definitely sounded like drinks I would enjoy both at home or at the gym and with a unique formula that makes them much more interesting and exciting than any other soft drink I’ve seen before I was really looking forward to trying them.


What sets Jools Drinks apart from other drinks on the market are the unique edible kelp pearls, filled with natural juices such as wonderfully nutritious lychees from China and vitamin-rich açai berries and acerola cherries from South America, which burst gently on your tongue and give these drinks a truly delicious dimension that leaves you wanting more. Together with antioxidant-rich green teas in refreshing apple or cranberry or mango the flavour combinations are to die for; you really need to try them for yourself, I promise you won’t be disappointed!

Not only do Jools Drinks taste great but they pack a punch when it comes to nutrients too, with plenty of essential vitamins and antioxidants that help contribute to the body’s health. Containing no artificial sweeteners, colours, preservatives or added sugar, you can also be sure that the flavours you are experiencing are 100% natural.



Jools Drinks really do taste amazing and are certainly thirst quenching. I also love the bright, quirky bottles and the straws which are fabulous for when you’re drinking them on the move. If you’re tired of sugary soft drinks, fed up of plain water and bored of the standard 100% juice drinks grab one of these 300ml bottles at £1.99 and you won’t want to go back.

You can find out more about these fantastic drinks, including where to buy them, on the Jools Drinks website.

*PR Sample

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