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Blue Green Agave Organic Nectar, Light Blue

176 Ounce ; Visit The Blue Green Agave Store, Light Blue

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What We Like

  • Made with 100 pure blue agave that makes it safe for consumption
  • Features an easy to use handle that makes it convenient to pour
  • Comes in a jar of 176 ounce that makes it last long


  • may release a chemical-like smell

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We analyzed 8,219 reviews for 32 products in the Agave Nectar & Syrup category.

We then analyzed 38 reviews for this product. Of these, 18 reviews were recent.

Around 87% of reviews were positive and about 13% were negative.

Final Score:

9.41 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Easy to use
  • Flavor and ingredients
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Taste
  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about Blue Green Agave Organic Nectar, Light Blue

    I wanted something other than sugar to help my parents with their tea, coffee, homemade lemonade and limeade, and this works perfectly.

    This is a great value for the size, we use Agave for sugar in our jams, homemade ice cream and anything that calls for corn syrup or honey.

    This is a great way to purchase Agave in bulk for a better price, and it's also great for taste.

    The full flavor of the food it is added to comes through, and the package was delivered with no leakage, which is always a concern with liquid products.

    We have never been disappointed with the price, we go through a lot of Agave nectar and get this every other month.

    Common Questions


    Is there an end of life date?


    It doesn't need refrigeration and it took me a couple of months to use up without issue, but I don't remember if it has an expiration date.


    What kind of top is there?


    I had a problem with the containers I ordered for 1 gallons, two of them were cracked and broken when they got to me, but the Agave inside was unharmed and still good, and the company did replace the broken bottles, so my problem was solved.


    Is it 100% organic Agave syrup or a misleading blend?


    It is % 100 percent organic according to the label, which was tested by Inquis GIS, a product of Mexico.


    Is there any health benefits to drinking this?


    Yes, using the great sugar alternative has less sugar.


    What makes this light color taste like a processed taste? I find many light color Agave has a sweeter/more refined taste than the darker ones.thoughts?


    I find the lighter to be a sweeter sweet than strong, and prefer it over the dark.

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