Refreshing, lightly sweetened probiotic organic lemonade beverage from Costco!
My Costco is now carrying this Greenhouse Organic Probiotic Lemonade and when I saw it I thought it was way too pretty looking to not buy! I’ve never tried organic probiotic lemonade although I have had kombucha before and reviewed the GTS Kombucha from Costco here.
You can find the Greenhouse Organic Probiotic Lemonade in the refrigerated beverage section near the kombucha. The item number is 1494624.
You get two bottles of lemonade and there are two different flavors, lavender and blue (which is boosted with spirulina). Both kinds are extremely refreshing, not at all sweet and have a strong citrus flavor.
The lavender definitely tastes like lavender and I personally am not the hugest fan of anything lavender flavored so didn’t love it but I did enjoy the blue spirulina flavor! The blue bottle tastes just like basic non-sweetened lemonade, you can’t taste any spirulina. Is it bad that I was tempted to add tequila to this and somehow turn it into a margarita? If you’re expecting a sweet beverage, this is not it, it’s definitely more on the sour side and would be perfect on a hot day or after a workout!
For the two 946 milliliter bottles, I paid $9.99 Canadian.
The bottles of lemonade are full to the very top so be careful when opening them if you buy them! I spilt some onto my kitchen floor. They come in glass bottles and the packaging states you should consume the lemonade within 10 days once it’s opened. The lemonade needs to be kept refrigerated and the best before date on the bottle is about five weeks from the date we purchased the lemonade.
I love that this is organic, low in sugar and has probiotics in it! In one 250 milliliter serving there are 15-20 calories, zero grams of fat, three grams of sugar, zero grams of fibre, one milligram of sodium and five grams of carbohydrates. The probiotic listed on the ingredients is a vegan probiotic and there are 1 billion CFU per serving!
I would buy the blue Greenhouse lemonade again but I don’t love the lavender. I think if you like floral flavors you’d enjoy both!
Taste: 7.5/10 (not a fan of the lavender but enjoyed the blue)
Give it a try!
If you’re looking for an organic, not sweet, floral and refreshing lemonade I definitely recommend checking this out!
Have you tried this? What did you think? Leave a comment below!
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9 thoughts on “Costco Greenhouse Organic Probiotic Lemonade Review”
I just tried it for the first time during a heat wave. I tried the Lavender and added 1 top xylitol. It was delicious and so refreshing! I wanted to drink the whole bottle, but I’m not sure if I should? I love it!
I think you’d be okay! It’d be a major boost of probiotics though!
I never have digestive issues but I bought this for my partner who always has something going on with his stomach, thinking probiotics would help. My partner didn’t like the taste, so I finished his glass. 24 hours later I was so gassy and constipated, which never happens to me, so the only thing I think it could be is this lemonade. I’m too scared to drink the rest in our fridge.
How much of this drink should I consume a day?
I would say one glass a day would be fine!
tastes like urine- yes I know what urine tastes like. It tastes like this lemonade
Thank you for the review and comments. I am in Canada and saw it in the cooler for the first time yesterday next to the kombucha. I am prediabetic so I am watching my sugar intake. Most kombuchas contain quite a bit of sugar – I think it’s necessary for the fermentation process – so I will give it a try. I do like lavender so I am looking forward to it.
Both really lemony and on the sour side and don’t judge me but I did add gin 😉
Probably wouldn’t buy again as they really just taste like lemon water.
Gin?! Such a good idea! But yes they do taste like basic lemon water.