True Lemon, True Lime & True Orange Review

I recently got some free sample packets of True Lemon, True Lime and True Orange. They are used to flavor your water and they are 100% natural, 0 calories and have 0 grams of carbohydrates. They do not add any sweetness to your water, since they have no artificial sweeteners. They do offer another flavor, True Raspberry Lemonade but it is 5 calories and is made with stevia. The lemon and lime were a bit tart as expected, but the orange flavor reminded me of the taste of an orange peel and slightly of the pulp. You might get a similar taste from letting a bunch of peels sit in water. It really wasn’t for me, but if you need to make the switch from soda or some other sugary drink, I would suggest to go to lightly sugared Kool-Aid or tea, then to these true flavors before going to plain water.

Comments -49-0 of 2 to “True Lemon, True Lime & True Orange Review”

  1. -49 · Anonymous says:

    When I started a new job one of the girls before me had left a packet of True Lime in the desk. I felt a little dirty trying it(who knows where it had been!), but I put it in a glass of water and LOVED it. I ordered a free sample and I was hooked!
    The orange isn’t as vibrant a flavor as the lemon and lime. The lime is definitely my favorite. I can’t stop drinking water when I have the packets!
    I think it’s extremely convenient and portable. I was never a fan of really sweet drinks in the first place, which may be why I really like the lemon and lime in plain water.
    I recommend this product. I can’t find it anywhere in stores in my area, but the website is always sending out emails with coupons for free shipping and free boxes of product. I haven’t had problems with the website at all and recommend it.

  2. -48 · SuperGod says:

    It’s not totally clear, kind of tranulscent, almost like when you make real homemade lemonade. You can see some of the pulp and there’s a tiny bit of color. The lemons and limes cut up make it very pretty.

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