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Orijin African Herbal Spirit Drink 250Ml
Orijin African Herbal Spirit Drink 250Ml
Orijin African Herbal Spirit Drink 250Ml
Orijin African Herbal Spirit Drink 250Ml
Orijin African Herbal Spirit Drink 250MlOrijin African Herbal Spirit Drink 250Ml

Orijin African Herbal Spirit Drink 250Ml

Pack size : 250ml

KES 290.00(Inc. VAT)

Sold & Delivered by Carrefour
Origin -
Kenya
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This drink, which includes aloe vera gel, tastes yummy and is energizing and pleasant to drink. It is an improved way for your healthy life, aloe vera king.
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DESCRIPTION

Orijin African Herbal Spirit Drink is a non-carbonated non-alcoholic beverage with organic aloe vera. Aloe vera is known to have 74 amazing nutrients. This drink, which includes aloe vera gel, tastes yummy and is energizing and pleasant to drink. It is an improved way for your healthy life, aloe vera king.

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Average Nutritional Value As Per 100ml
Per100Energyinkcal
29kcal
Per100EnergyinkJ
109kJ
Per100Protein
1g
Per100Carbohydrates
2g
Per100Sugar
2g
Per100Fat
1g
Per100Fibre
1g
Sub Type
Drink
Form
Liquid
Category
Beverage

*Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calaries needs

INFORMATION

Ingredients

Neutral Spirit Sugar Citric Acid Trisodium Citrate Caramel Extracts (Naartjie Chamomile Thyme Cinnamon Orange).

Storage Condition

keep refrigerated.

Preparation and usage

Ready to drink.

Brand Message

Orijin is a Nigerian alcoholic beverage produced by Diaego/Guinness Nigeria PLC. Sold in dark-green 65-centilitre glass bottles and marketed with an ABV of 6%, Orijin is similar to beer in appearance and strength. Unlike beer, the drink does not contain barley or hops, rather marketing itself as "a bittersweet blend with flavours of African herbs and fruit".