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Blue Green Agave Organic Nectar, Raw Blue

Usda Organic, 100% Pure Blue Agave Nectar, Low Glycemic, Gluten Free, Kosher, Vegan

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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 have a diluted consistency

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Results of our analysis:

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

We then analyzed 75 reviews for this product. Of these, 15 reviews were recent.

Around 89% of reviews were positive and about 7% were negative.

Final Score:

9.67 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, Raw Blue

    Most people don't know that you don't need sugar in tea or coffee, but if you do, you can use agave.

    I prefer a bottle with a stronger side because when you are pouring it out, I would prefer a 1/2 liter water bottle.

    I use this as a substitute for molasses in my compost tea as it is a higher sugar input and it is easier to mix with water.

    This product is great for making a type of wine called Agave wine. My wine tasted great and turned out like my wine.

    I love the taste of the flavor and can use it in my coffee, but I don't like the taste of regular sugar.

    Common Questions


    Does it have harmful substances in it?


    It doesn't say that it has any preservatives in the ingredients list.


    I want to know what the plastic # is in the triangle.


    The number 1 is what you're referring to if you're talking about the little recycle triangle.


    I want to know if the container is stamped with an expiration date?


    The front label has been stamped above it.


    Is there a pump that fits on this container? How do you put the Aga?


    You need to use it all at once or transfer to smaller bottles.


    Is it free of the harmful substance like bpa?


    I don't remember, but I assume you mean the container, not the Agave?

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