Sunday, December 13, 2015

Anar – Paperboat Drink Review #paperboatdrinks

    Everyone has their own childhood memories which will be evergreen in their mind. Whenever we encounter a situation or thing we will remember ours.

  Paperboat drinks comes with the caption of Drinks and Memories in their each product they share a childhood memory.
 About Anar Drink :

           If you asked scientists to invent a way of packing ambrosia into delicious pearl-sized pouches*, they’d look at you quizzically and ask, "Have you not met Anar?"
(*We’d advise you ask scientists to invent other, umm, fruitful things. Like something that postpones Mondays. And submissions. And submissions on Mondays.)
Yes. Pomegranate. Loved by all. Misspelled by all. Precious rubies of respite on a hot day. Powerhouse
of nutrients. Ma’s best friend. And your white shirts’ worst enemy. Originally from Iran, this princely fruit descended the Silk Route to our short break’s tiffin dabbas. And today, its nectar has been painstakingly collected and presented to you without fuss, frills, pollutants or preservatives.
It would be disservice to call it a mere drink. Anar, is elixir.

what is inside anar ?

  • 60% ofpomegranate juice
  • a little bit ofsugar
  • a little bit ofwater
  • and somespices & condiments

Functional benefits of anar

Anar, we’ll have you know, is quite the old hat. So old, that its first sightings have been traced to the Bronze Age. Maybe that’s why it’s so good at beating aging. Packed with polyphenols, Anar has such commendable antioxidant properties that it probably lectured green tea on the matter. And speaking of beating – Anar is good for the heart, its fiber is kind to the weighing scale, and its abundant Vitamin C is great for immunity.
If Ma could wish for a happy-health-elf to follow you around, it would be Anar.

My Opinion :

 The colour of the juice was so natural pink , as they claim that no preservatives  were added and the juice is made from natural fruit.

  The juice tastes great when chilled , but there was a tanginess and with natural sweetness. I like the tangy sweet as it reminds me of the original taste when the pomegranate eaten along with its inner yellow skin.
  The Juice is packed in the tetrapack pouches with screw lid , so we can reserve the remaining for later use and these packs can be easily carried in bags.
  The 250 ml packs were sold at INR RS. 35 /- ,  I found the cost is reasonable.

You can order in their site here.

Disclaimer :

The reviews above are my own and I was not paid for the review.


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