May 04, 2016

DRINKmaple - Review & Giveaway

Say hello to DRINKmaple

Have you ever heard of maple water? I hadn't and I was really intrigued to try it especially as we are a little obsessed with all things Canada as it is.

I admittedly have a very sweet tooth, so anything that helps curb that without hindering my weightloss efforts has to be worth a try, particularly if it's low in sugar and organic.

I was recently sent some samples to review from DRINKmaple and I thought I would share how we got on as well as offering one lucky winner a set to try for themselves.

With the slogan ‘amazing water doesn’t grow on trees it grows in them’, DRINKmaple sprang to life thanks to two American Ironman triathletes who discovered that maple water offered the most refreshing drink they could find. ‘Collected’ by simply tapping maple trees, a process that doesn’t harm the plants, and allowing the water, jam- packed with a host of nutrients and minerals the trees have amassed through their roots, to run into buckets. The organic maple water is then bottled without anything being added or taken away and without any boiling.


Health benefits

  • High in manganese
  • Low sugar
  • Rich in minerals
  • Naturally hydrates
  • Gluten & Dairy free
  • One ingredient - nothing added
  • Reduces fatigue
  • Relieves muscle soreness


I know you are probably wondering how it tastes and this is a tough one with food being so subjective and DRINKmaple is very 'different', but I'll give it a try. 

Firstly, my husband wasn't sure if he was a fan or not. He's not a huge fan of sweet things and to him it was too much like sugary water which he compared to the flavour of envelope glue (I can't say I agreed on that front!).

I like to get my sweet fixes where I can and with such low calorie and sugar content, DRINKmaple is well worth a try for anyone trying to lose weight or simply wanting a fresh new flavour.

For me, this tastes a bit like a sweet milkshake but instead of being milky it's more thirst quenching and watery - if that makes any sense? I liked this best ice ice cold and wonder if it would make good ice lollies too? Perfect for a summer treat for any dieters out there.

I wasn't initially sure about the taste as I had liked it, but it was kind of confusing as it's it's so unlike anything I've tried before. Do I like DRINKmaple? I think so! 

Have you tried DRINKmaple? I'd love to know what you thought!