Lemonade To ‘Tauk About
“Let’s give them something to ‘Tauk about,” right? Sadly, this isn’t a Stepbrothers quote (a pretty annoying song), but it’s still great. Montauk, one of the great coastal towns in the greater New York area (located off the coast of Long Island) has a new juicing company that is looking out for your taste-buds as well as your figure. Sweet ‘Tauk Lemonade is dedicated to making delicious lemonade while sacrificing caloric content. Anyone who has gotten down on a fresh pitcher of lemonade on a sweltering summer day knows that each glass is approaching at least 200 calories. Not to mention these are the emptiest of calories.
So how does Sweet ‘Tauk do it? For starters, they use a mild and natural agave sweetener. The use of this particular sweetener makes for a much more mild bite on the lemonade (add a spoonful of sugar at your own risk) while disposing of the empty sugar calories that are found in overly sweet lemonades. Another plus regarding health content is that ‘Tauk forgoes pasteurization, which makes this pretty close to what one may call “organic lemonade.”
At the moment, Sweet ‘Tauk Lemonade is producing only small batches of its product, but that shouldn’t be the case for too much longer. Gourmet grocery stores in Long Island are getting the best of the company at the moment, but its producers don’t think it will stay that way too much longer. However, if you’re not able to wait for a few more months before it makes its debut away from the East Coast, then you might want to try visiting East Hampton Gourmet Foods or Balsam Farms, both of which are found in Long Island. Chances are you can order direct from them if you persist enough; but until then, don’t mind the salivating that might occur waiting for this product to hit the West Coast.