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Jul142010

Nature's Agave

As a proud sweet tooth, I'm always curious about alternatives for processed sugar and high fructose corn syrup. I got a chance to test the new agave nectars from Nature's Agave and I'm pretty impressed. I've tried other blue agave nectars from other brands and a couple of them have a slight bitter aftertaste.

These 100% USDA Organic syrups come in three flavors: Clear, Amber and Raw. All three are great on French toast, pancakes and scones. The extra-filtered Clear has a clean, light taste so it's ideal for hot or iced tea and coffee. If you don't want any additional color or flavor to your food, this one's for you.

I personally prefer the Amber (lovely butterscotch and caramel notes) and Raw (deep molasses tone) flavors. For the raw food purists, both of these are produced below 118 degrees Fahrenheit to retain the nectar's natural enzymes. All three flavors are made from mature, hand-harvested Weber Blue Agave plants to ensure their premium quality.

For more info, head over to naturesagave.com. You can purchase it at select regional Whole Foods and on Foodzie.com.

For editorial consideration, a product sample was provided for this review.

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Reader Comments (2)

Ooooh, these look yummy. I love agave nectar and use it all the time.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010 at 3:01 PM | Unregistered CommenterSonja

Wow, who knew agave nectar came in so many varieties -- kind of like the different classifications for maple syrup. I'll definitely have to look for these at Whole Foods.

Tami: I was amazed. The raw flavor is intense. Love it.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010 at 9:47 PM | Unregistered CommenterCarolyn Jung

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