Little Miracles Organic Energy Iced Tea Drinks

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As some of you will know, I’ve struggled with my health over the last six months. I’m pleased to say that I’m feeling 100% better these days, however, due to my experiences it has increased my interest in natural and holistic remedies to tackle some of the crap that life throws at you. After visiting the Vitality show and the Natural Products show, I’ve gotten a bit more of an insight into some of the wonderful products on the market and I’ve been lucky enough to get to sample a few of them.

This week, I’ve been sampling Little Miracles Organic Energy drinks. The range hails from Denmark and  is a selection of iced teas, blended with ginseng and acai berries for energy and in three different flavours.

White tea, ginseng, cherry and acai was my favourite flavour, to me, it tastes like gummy bears, which for a healthy energy drink is a complete delight. The other two were also lovely, the Black Tea with peach was very sweet and peachy and the Green tea with pomegranate I’m pleased to say did not taste much of green tea. They are all still drinks, which makes for a healthier choice and are all equally refreshing.

Retailing at £1.49 each and available at Waitrose, Holland & Barratt, Asda and Morrisons, I would 100% pick one of these up in place of my usual Vitamin Water or Lucozade. Being water based, they are sure to offer better hydration and a purer option free of artificial flavours, colours and preservatives.

Have you tried Little Miracles? What is your energy drink of choice?

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3 thoughts on “Little Miracles Organic Energy Iced Tea Drinks

  1. I have tried the peach and cherry varieties of Little Miracles and love both. Especially as they cost just 18p in Home Bargains at the moment.

    1. Oh really? I don’t have a Home Bargains near me or I would stock up. They really are pretty special.

  2. Haven’t tried any of it but I’ll try to buy one in a supermarket near our place. Hope there are some. 🙂 Coz I’m trying to replace my hibiscus tea to iced tea.

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