Liquid chlorophyll is a truly unique experience for your taste buds. The flavor of liquid chlorophyll can be described as invigoratingly fresh, like a crisp breeze on a sunny day. Liquid chlorophyll has a refreshingly earthy taste, as if a handful of freshly picked leaves were infused into a crisp glass of water. It has a subtle sweetness that lingers on the tongue, like a hint of wildflower honey that leaves the tastebuds happy. The taste is mild yet robust, delivering an invigorating sensation that wakes up the senses and enlivens the spirit.
What Is Liquid Chlorophyll?
Liquid chlorophyll is a green-colored liquid extracted from plants that are rich in chlorophyll pigments, such as alfalfa, mulberry, and spirulina. Chlorophyll is what plants use to convert sunlight into energy (1). It is in almost every plant and therefore does not taste like any specific plant, but instead has a generally earthy and clean taste.
What If I Don’t Like What Liquid Chlorophyll Tastes Like?
Despite the clean, natural flavor of liquid chlorophyll, the taste doesn’t appeal to everyone. If you’re one of these individuals, you can dilute your chlorophyll in a greater quantity of water than recommended on the label (as long as you intend to drink all that water throughout the day). For example, you could dilute your daily serving of liquid chlorophyll in a half gallon water bottle and drink it all day. Alternatively, you can seek out a flavored chlorophyll to mask the earthy taste.
Some manufacturers make chlorophyll more palatable by adding flavors such as mint or lemon. Flavors can enhance the overall experience of taking liquid chlorophyll, but be sure that the added flavors are natural and non-harmful. Drinking a deliciously flavored glass of chlorophyll should be a treat for both the taste buds and the body. Whether you buy flavored or unflavored chlorophyll, this mint lemonade recipe below is a tasty way to take your supplement.
How To Make Mint Lemonade With Liquid Chlorophyll
– 1 lemon, juiced
– 1 tbsp honey
– 1/4 cup fresh mint leaves
– 1/2 tsp liquid chlorophyll
– 1 cup water
*Note: You can adjust the amount of honey and mint leaves according to your preference.
1. Squeeze the juice of 1 lemon into a glass.
2. Add honey and mix well until the honey dissolves.
3. Place mint leaves in the glass and mix with a spoon.
4. Pour a 1/2 tsp of liquid chlorophyll into the glass and mix well.
5. Fill the glass with 1 cup of cold water and stir.
6. Add ice to the glass and enjoy your refreshing mint lemonade with liquid chlorophyll!
*Alternatively, you can put all the ingredients together in a blender to make a delicious slushie.
What Does Approved Science Liquid Chlorophyll Taste Like?
Even though our formula contains peppermint essential oil and and ginger, these ingredients mainly affect the efficacy of the product and have little effect on the taste, though some may detect a light minty taste. Its refreshing and earthy taste makes it easy to incorporate into smoothies or plain water, though some prefer to drink the drops without diluting them.
The taste can be described as unique, yet surprisingly familiar, as if it was the embodiment of the very essence of nature itself. It leaves a slightly sweet aftertaste that lingers in your mouth, reminiscent of a sun-drenched garden on a summer’s day.
All in all, drinking liquid chlorophyll is like drinking a rejuvenating potion that invigorates your senses. This nutrient-dense liquid is packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals (2), making liquid chlorophyll an excellent supplement for those looking to improve their overall health and well-being.