We were given vouchers to try out Naked Juice Smoothies and so we popped by our local Sainsbury’s. There were only two ranges of smoothies on their shelves which is the Green Machine Antioxidant Family and Blue Machine Superfood.
What is Antioxidant Family?
Juice Smoothies loaded with nature’s elite fighting force to defend your body against free radicles (those nasty little molecules that attack your cells and could have an impact on your overall health).
What is Superfood?
Juice Smoothies supercharged with fruits and boosts to help you revive and energise.
So what is Naked Juice Smoothies?
They are all natural with a pound of the best bare-naked fruits in every 454g bottle, with no added sugar or preservatives.
Green machine Antioxidant Family
The fruits inside are: 3 ⅓ Apples, ⅓ Kiwi, 1 Banana, a slice of Pineapple and ⅓ Mango.
My first impression is obviously on the appearance. It didn’t look very appetising, with a greenish black colour. When I drank it though, I was pleasantly surprised. They always said never guide the book by its cover and in this case, it is so true! It tastes yummy. It is more like a juice than smoothie as the consistency is not too thick. The smell is surprisingly sweet and entices you to drink more. It left a really nice after-taste and there were no bits left in my mouth.
Blue machine Superfood
The fruit inside are: 74 Blueberries, 5 Blackberries, 3 ⅓ Apples and 1 ⅔ Bananas.
By appearance, the Blue Machine’s is far more appealing than the Green Machine. It is more of a dark pinkish red colour. Again it is so yummy and sweet and the consistency is more of a juice than a smoothie.
I rate these two products 4 stars out of 5. It is packed with goodness and nutrients. I will definitely look for these in the supermarket on a regular basis. It’s around RRP £2.39 which I think is competitively priced. I will also suggest to people who do not like smoothies to try this product as it’s taste more like a juice than a thick smoothie.
Disclosure: We were given vouchers to try these products for the purposes of writing this review, however, all thoughts and opinions remain our own.