Review: Italian Volcano Blood Orange Juice

Review: Italian Volcano Blood Orange Juice




I posted this on the IFWTWA Totally Food Wine and Travel Blog. But, this product is so good, I wanted to be sure those who follow Where and What in the World read about it.

How can Italian Volcano Blood Orange Juice be different? It is the ingredients and how processed with 100 % pure single origin citrus grown in Sicily, not-from concentrate, kosher, preservative free, juices that provide a fresh-squeezed taste.

When we were offered the opportunity to have our members taste Dream Foods Int. Italian Volcano Blood Orange Juice, I was eager to try it. But, I was also skeptical as to whether or not it would taste fresh-squeezed. I only drink fresh-squeezed. My skepticism was unfounded.

Dream Foods, Int. provided a sufficient quantity for our participants on the International Food Wine & Travel Writers 2010 Conference at Sea to have some for tasting during our first full day of meetings as well as in our cabins.

Delicious does not do this product justice. We all enjoyed the experience in the meeting room, but even more so in our cabins.

Each morning, I poured out approximately 4 or 5 ounces for Norm and I to toast in the day. Usually, that amount of orange juice does not satisfy me, but this did. It maintained the fresh flavor all week and did taste fresh- squeezed.

In addition to fresh tasting, this juice is high in vitamin C and potassium as well as antioxidants. I feel the glass bottle added to maintaining the fresh flavor.

In checking out Dream Foods Int. website www.dreamfoods.com, I discovered they also offer tangerine and lemon juices from Sicily, Volcano Lemon Burst and Volcano Lime Burst and Old Fashioned Premium Lemonade and Limeade.

In addition to ordering it on line, the website has a store locator. So, I headed over to A.J.’s and purchased some. Next time, I’ll try some of the other flavors.

Thank you Dream Foods Int. We thoroughly enjoyed your gift.

For more information: www.dreamfoods.com

1-877-9VOLCANO

info@dreamfoods.com

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