EVERYTHING
NOT
BEER
Even we beer people are sometimes
forced to drink something other than
beer. As a public service to beer lovers
everywhere BeerNexus presents the only
monthly column of reviews you'll ever
see on a beer website about
everything not beer!
3 Water is a product that blends spring water with electrolytes and
caffeine (50mg) and enhanced to achieve a pH balance of 7+ (slightly
alkaline).it looks and drinks very much like a bottle of water. And with
a pleasant and smooth body, it’s definitely a serviceable one,
especially when you factor in the caffeine.

Recommended
Reviews for June 2015
Jade Monk's Mint + Honey Matcha Green Tea  has very pleasant mint
and tea flavors. From there, you get a light amount of sweetness, which
comes from added honey and monkfruit (a zero-calorie sweetener).It has
40 calories and 10g of sugar per 12.5 oz. bottle which is good.  Since
this a matcha-based beverage, it’s also loaded with 300mg of natural
antioxidants and flavanoids as well as 28mg of caffeine.

Highly Recommended
edited by Jim Attacap
CucuOne, which markets itself as an “English Cucumber Juice Drink,” is
a USDA Organic and Non-GMO verified blend of water and cold-pressed
English cucumber. It is high pressure processed and has a flavor like
watered-down cucumber juice. And that's about it.  At 10 calories and 1g
of sugar per 8 ounces, it’s certainly something that offers clean low-
calorie refreshment
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Recommended with reservations (little real taste)
Mo-Tea is brewed with organic moringa leaves, which are known for
having health benefits. The product is also made with blue agave, lime and
spice.  The flavor is similar to a lemon-flavored black tea. It’s sweet
seemingly beyond it's claimed  9g of sugar per 8 oz.) and citrusy, with the
spices (especially the cinnamon) masking most of the flavor of the moringa.
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Recommended with reservations (too sweet and dominated by cinnamon)
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