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What does noni juice taste like?

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Most would describe the taste somewhere between "not too bad" and "really, really awful." The kindest way I heard our noni juice described was that it tasted like smoky coconut. However, another woman told us it tasted like rancid funky cheese. Personally, we find that the smell is far worse than the taste. It also really depends on your palate and taste experiences. If you are used to certain Chinese preparations, you will have no problem with Noni. While the taste of noni juice has never been described as good, most people we know get used to the taste, and even begin to like it...just a little. If you are really concerned about the taste of noni, you can always add juice to our pure noni (like apple or cranberry) or buy one of our delicious juice blends. Check out our recipes to make better taste of Noni. more
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The taste of noni depends almost entirely upon who is producing it. Basically, noni juice comes in two forms, fermented and unfermented. Most would describe the taste of fermented noni as somewhere between "pretty bad" and "really, really awful." Pure fermented noni is almost undrinkable, ranging in taste from acrid to bitter to positively rancid. Producers of fermented noni juice almost always dilute the pure juice with other fruit juices and additives to make it taste better. Fresh noni juice, made from sun-ripened noni fruit, on the other hand, is fruity and pleasantly sweet, tasting like a blend of fresh kiwi and fresh apricot juices with a somewhat floral or tropical aftertaste. Don't be deluded into thinking, however, that just because noni juice is fresh, it will always taste good. Mechanization in farming has led to the practice of harvesting noni fruits all at once. This means that immature noni fruit is taken along with the ripe and over-ripe fruits. Immature noni fruit ... more
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A 100% pure fresh Noni Juice should have a slight bitter taste to it. Many Noni Juices in the market place have more than a slight bitter taste - they taste absolutely awful! This is due to a variety of reasons, such as oxidization of the Noni Juice, use of a concentrate, use of immature fruit, length of time before the liquid is bottled, use of pesticides and herbicides on the noni fruit, use of plastic containers, etc. Tahitian Gold® has distinguished itself as the benchmark of all Noni Juices. Why? Because it is the only Noni Juice in Australia that actually exceeds the high standards set out by one of the world's most respected organizations: IFOAM (International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements). Tahitian Gold® is made from Noni Fruit which is picked and then juiced within only a couple of days. It is then swiftly bottled on the Island of Tahiti to achieve the most potent, fresh tasting Noni Juice available. Unlike many Noni Juice companies around the world, we have ...
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Most would describe the taste somewhere between "not too bad" and "really, really awful." The kindest way I heard our noni juice described was that it tasted like smoky coconut. However, another woman told us it tasted like rancid funky cheese. Personally, we find that the smell is far worse than the taste. It also really depends on your palate and taste experiences. If you are used to certain Chinese preparations, you will have no problem with Noni. While the taste of noni juice has never been described as good, most people we know get used to the taste, and even begin to like it...just a little. If you are really concerned about the taste of noni, you can always add juice to our pure noni (like apple or cranberry). more
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How should the taste of Noni juice be described? This is a question that great thinkers and philosophers have wrestled with throughout history. Most would describe the taste as somewhere between "not too bad" and "really, really awful." The best tasting juice is made from fully ripened fruit. Fully ripened Noni fruit begins to ferment almost immediately after harvesting, turning translucent and soft, and emitting a strong odor. Juice made from fully ripened Noni fruit will have a heavy fruity taste. Green or half-ripe fruit produces a vinegary or bitter tasting juice. A bitter, vinegary taste is also the result of leaving old, leftover pulp in the aging tanks just to try to squeeze out every last drop of juice in the name of profit. While the taste of Noni juice has never been described as good, most people will get used to the taste, and even begin to like it...just a little.
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