Little Miracles – Drink to Your Health
“To us every leaf, every fruit and every berry from Mother Nature is a miraculous creation.”
Little Miracles are a beautiful blend of organic tea and superfruit juice. With carefully selected Panax ginseng in its purest form and açaí, it is the perfect pick-me-up morning, noon and afternoon.
The brand has recently gone through a complete rebrand fresh for summer 2017. Developed with consumer health and well-being in mind, all blends are sweetened with organic agave and are less than 70 calories per 330ml bottle and they are free from artificial colours, flavours and sweeteners.
WE BELIEVE IN THE POWER OF BEING NATURAL
And that’s why we want to keep it that way.
Because we don’t mess with Mother Nature.
We respect her, and all the little miracles of rawness, miracles of life, miracles of purity.
Miracles from Nature.
You can read more on their website about some of the ingredients.
“Little Miracles uses 6 year old Panax Ginseng which has been a cornerstone in Traditional Chinese Medicine for ages and is known for its many functional benefits. The 6 year old Panax Ginseng is carefully selected, as it is the only Ginseng sort containing active Ginseosides.”
“No fruit other than the small, round, black-purple Acai berries hold as many active antioxidants, which makes the fruit truly unique. The Acai only grows on wild Acai palms in Brazil and has been used by ancient Brazilian Indians from Amazonas as a key part of their nutrition due to its energizing effect and high level of additives, which allowed for a balanced nutrition and the ability to hunt for days.”
“In this Little Miracle we have added rich cherry juice in order to bring the drink a delightful and refreshing taste. If you love the taste of cherry, you will not be disappointed as the taste is both elegant and energizing. Yummy!”
“The Lemongrass used in our Little Miracles drinks provides a mild citrus flavour. Being a native herb of Mexico, lemongrass is a cornerstone in the old Mexican folk medicine where it is said to provide a wide range of benefits including aiding digestion and treatment of high blood pressure.”
“Choosing only the best, freshest and perfectly ripe orange for our Little Miracles, the juice provides an absolutely delicious taste. Oranges are also a good source of Vitamin C, Folate and Potassium.”
“Native to Africa, baobab has only recently come to light as the new ‘’Queen of Superfruits’’. Baobab is a super-rich source of Vitamin C, which contributes to energy release, immune function and healthy glowing skin. Packed with nutrients, magnesium and almost 50% of fiber, baobab powder also has twice the antioxidants gram per gram of goji berries and more than blueberries and pomegranates combined.”
“Aromatic and spicy, ginger adds a special flavour and zest to our Orange and Lemongrass tea blend. Modern scientific research has revealed that ginger possesses numerous therapeutic properties including antioxidant effects, an ability to inhibit the formation of inflammatory compounds, and direct anti-inflammatory effects.”
According to their website, the idea for the drinks came when the Danish founder was travelling in China and discovered the amazing benefits of Ginseng.
Lemongrass – Organic Awakening
Granddad Al tried this and enjoyed the taste, he loved that you get a ginger taste coming through at the end. He loves Ginger Ale, so I thought he might like this one.
Mate – Organic Glow
Firstly I have to admit I have no idea what baobab tastes like, (do tell if you know). You can taste the ginger in this. I really enjoyed this bottle, the taste was gentle and smooth. I would definitely drink this again.
White Tea – Organic Vibrance
This was my favourite, maybe because I love cherries! Though the cherries didn’t over power the taste it would perhaps be described as a delicate taste of cherry. The only thing wrong with this one was I drank it too quick! So guess who is buying some of these when she goes shopping!
I have found them to be a very nice drink, I am always drinking flavoured water so this was a nice change for me. With them having 70 calories a bottle I am very pleased with that as I am always keeping an eye on my calorie intake.
They would make a great choice of drink to have whilst out grabbing a bite to eat I’d definitely have a bottle. I like that these drinks have no artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners. As a soft drink which is available in supermarkets and on the high street, they are not bad at all. They would be great as a change to the usual juice drinks in the Meal Deals that are around.
To top it all off, they are organic! Bonus!
Where can I buy them?
To find out more about Little Miracle head on over to their website if you want to grab yourself a bottle or two they can be found at Asda, Tesco, Ocado among other retailers for around £1.39 a bottle.
Do let me know if you try them.
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