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Feb 26

Product Review: Huberts Lemonade

I was very excited about the opportunity to review Hubert’s Lemonade.  I am a big fan of lemonade, especially in the summer time. I was able to try 2 different flavors, I picked Cherry Limeade and Original.  

I love the little lemon faces on the bottle. The Limeade picture is an appropriate prediction of the face you will make when you drink it given that it’s lime not lemon. The Limeade has a bit of  kick and aftertaste to it. I liked it, but could only drink small amounts of it at a time. 


I really enjoyed the Original Lemonade flavor.  It has a smooth even taste. Sometimes lemonade has an overly sweet or sour taste to it.  I didn’t have that issue with this Lemonade. I highly recommend it if you enjoy lemonade. 


Here is some information about Hubert’s Lemonade.

When life gives you lemons, you get a big truck. In 1935 Hubert Hansen did just that. Armed with a truck full of his homemade natural juices, he drove around studio lots sharing his delicious goodness with rising stars. Hubert’s Lemonade is irresistible — a tasty, refreshing mix of sweet and tart. It’s happiness in a bottle!

Hubert’s Lemonade is made using the freshest and sweetest lemons from California. Squeezed to please and mixed for a taste that makes you go “aaah” every time.


Hubert’s Lemonade comes in the following flavors:

Original Lemonade
Strawberry Lemonade
Raspberry Lemonade
Limeade
Mango Lemonade
Honey Lemonade
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I give this product a: 

4

About the author

Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

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