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Mogu Mogu drinks, reviewed!
Mogu Mogu drinks, reviewed!
3rd July 2021 ē by Adam
3rd July 2021 ē Are these drinks mogood? ē by Adam
Are these drinks mogood?
Weíve recently added seven new flavours of Mogu Mogu Nata De Coco drinks to our online shop, and I can say without a doubt that these new jelly-filled fruit drinks are an interesting experience. Yes, you read that right - theyíre jelly filled! These delicious fruit flavoured concoctions each contain a generous helping of small fruit flavoured jelly pieces, and as the side of the bottle points out, you Ďgotta chew!í whilst you drink them. For science, I thought I should taste test all of them, and let you know which of these flavours are enhanced by such an interesting textural experience, which ones arenít, and tell you all about why you should try these Ďmogu moguí drinks!

Mango
When deciding to taste test all of the Mogu Mogu drinks, I came into it with a lot of assumptions. Firstly, I assumed that I would like the Mango and Peach flavours best, as these are two flavours I usually enjoy. Secondly, I assumed that the texture might get in the way of the flavour. On both accounts I feel like I was wrong, but that certainly doesnít mean Mango was bad. In fact, not to give away too many spoilers for the rest of this article, but Iíd say Mango is probably the third best of the selection. Itís a crisp, refreshing and tangy mango flavour, and I think the jelly pieces add a dynamic element to the texture of the drink. After I finished it, I kind of wanted another one straight away, so thatís certainly a good sign. Itís definitely a sublime mango drink experience. Overall, Iíd give this flavour an 8/10.
Peach
Before trying it myself, I gave some of this flavour to my partner, who is a big peach fan. After taking a sip, they immediately said ĎWow! Thatís good!í and proceeded to take the bottle to their desk and continued to drink it. I eventually got to try some, and I can agree with their general assessment. Thereís something about this particular flavour that feels a bit more like a fruit juice than the rest of the flavours: a slightly lighter taste perhaps. Once again, the jelly pieces do a good job of enhancing the flavour. On the whole, itís a pretty comprehensive peach drink experience, and much like with mango, I think itís a flavour that works well in jelly form. Itís a strong showing, and I really enjoyed it, so I canít help but give this flavour a ground-breaking 9 out of 10.
Orange
The consensus I reached on orange after drinking the whole bottle was that the orange flavour was really strong and tangy, so much so that it actually resembled an orange ice lolly or something like that more than an actual orange. This is not a bad thing, of course - a melted orange Solero or Callipo is what it reminded me of, and as the days are getting warmer in the UK, this was a pretty nice taste to be able to experience. Itíd probably be quite interesting in that way if you mixed it on ice. If you like tart but sweet citrus flavours, I would recommend the orange; you canít really go wrong with it. Iíll give this one a 7/10.
Coconut
Iíve got to be honest with you; Iím not really into coconut as a drink flavour. So Iím a bit biased against this one to begin with. With that being said, it wasnít as bad as I was worried it might be - I actually even kind of enjoyed it, although itís very heavy on the coconut flavouring! Thereís also something unusual about that same coconut flavour existing in jelly form, which to me was just a little bit too much. Just because of my personal preferences, Iíll give this one a 5, but if you were more of a coconut drink fan then I think this could well be a new favourite for you!
Lychee
Thereís something about this lychee flavour that was difficult to place. The flavour itself is a very good imitation of lychee, but it also had a kind ofÖ floral taste to it? If youíre looking for a drink thatís still sweet but perhaps a little less sweet than the other flavours of mogu mogu, this would be a good one to choose. It reminded me a lot of the lychee flavoured popping pearls or perhaps more specifically, the lychee jelly that you might get in a bubble tea. Itís pretty good, and Iíd definitely drink it again. Iíd give it a strong 7.5/10.
Strawberry
Strawberries! Theyíre one of the best things about summer. Whether eaten on their own or perhaps with some ice cream or even atop a cake, strawberries routinely bring joy into my life. This drink is no different. To me, strawberry is a classic flavour for jelly, so there was something oddly nostalgic about this flavour. Itís another really solid flavour in the lineup, and if you like strawberry flavoured drinks then you need to make room in your fridge for this one! I'd give it a 8 out of 10.
Blackcurrant
As you might have anticipated, Iíve decided to save what I believe to be the best until last. I was immediately awe-struck by this flavourís practically luminescent blue colour, and Iím happy to report that the blackcurrant flavour of this drink is equally inspiring, and I canít even say that Iím a big Ďblackcurrantí fan: as a flavour it mostly reminds me of the squash drinks made from concentrate that you have to dilute, which are mostly quite mediocre. But this flavour is a far cry from such a thing - itís bursting with a rich and juicy blackcurrant flavour, and the jelly pieces contained within really help to accentuate this flavour, somehow. This one overwhelmed my senses (in a good way), and I canít help but think itís the best of all the mogu mogu drinks. It gets a well deserved 10/10.
On that uplifting note, thatís all of the different mogu mogu drinks, taste tested! But we want to know what you think! Be sure to let us know your thoughts on these tasty new beverages on social media like our Facebook and Instagram. Until next time, thanks for reading the Tofu Cute Blog and be sure to react to this post below to get some free tomodachi points!
Weíve recently added seven new flavours of Mogu Mogu Nata De Coco drinks to our online shop, and I can say without a doubt that these new jelly-filled fruit drinks are an interesting experience. Yes, you read that right - theyíre jelly filled! These delicious fruit flavoured concoctions each contain a generous helping of small fruit flavoured jelly pieces, and as the side of the bottle points out, you Ďgotta chew!í whilst you drink them. For science, I thought I should taste test all of them, and let you know which of these flavours are enhanced by such an interesting textural experience, which ones arenít, and tell you all about why you should try these Ďmogu moguí drinks!

Mango
When deciding to taste test all of the Mogu Mogu drinks, I came into it with a lot of assumptions. Firstly, I assumed that I would like the Mango and Peach flavours best, as these are two flavours I usually enjoy. Secondly, I assumed that the texture might get in the way of the flavour. On both accounts I feel like I was wrong, but that certainly doesnít mean Mango was bad. In fact, not to give away too many spoilers for the rest of this article, but Iíd say Mango is probably the third best of the selection. Itís a crisp, refreshing and tangy mango flavour, and I think the jelly pieces add a dynamic element to the texture of the drink. After I finished it, I kind of wanted another one straight away, so thatís certainly a good sign. Itís definitely a sublime mango drink experience. Overall, Iíd give this flavour an 8/10.
Peach
Before trying it myself, I gave some of this flavour to my partner, who is a big peach fan. After taking a sip, they immediately said ĎWow! Thatís good!í and proceeded to take the bottle to their desk and continued to drink it. I eventually got to try some, and I can agree with their general assessment. Thereís something about this particular flavour that feels a bit more like a fruit juice than the rest of the flavours: a slightly lighter taste perhaps. Once again, the jelly pieces do a good job of enhancing the flavour. On the whole, itís a pretty comprehensive peach drink experience, and much like with mango, I think itís a flavour that works well in jelly form. Itís a strong showing, and I really enjoyed it, so I canít help but give this flavour a ground-breaking 9 out of 10.
Orange
The consensus I reached on orange after drinking the whole bottle was that the orange flavour was really strong and tangy, so much so that it actually resembled an orange ice lolly or something like that more than an actual orange. This is not a bad thing, of course - a melted orange Solero or Callipo is what it reminded me of, and as the days are getting warmer in the UK, this was a pretty nice taste to be able to experience. Itíd probably be quite interesting in that way if you mixed it on ice. If you like tart but sweet citrus flavours, I would recommend the orange; you canít really go wrong with it. Iíll give this one a 7/10.
Coconut
Iíve got to be honest with you; Iím not really into coconut as a drink flavour. So Iím a bit biased against this one to begin with. With that being said, it wasnít as bad as I was worried it might be - I actually even kind of enjoyed it, although itís very heavy on the coconut flavouring! Thereís also something unusual about that same coconut flavour existing in jelly form, which to me was just a little bit too much. Just because of my personal preferences, Iíll give this one a 5, but if you were more of a coconut drink fan then I think this could well be a new favourite for you!
Lychee
Thereís something about this lychee flavour that was difficult to place. The flavour itself is a very good imitation of lychee, but it also had a kind ofÖ floral taste to it? If youíre looking for a drink thatís still sweet but perhaps a little less sweet than the other flavours of mogu mogu, this would be a good one to choose. It reminded me a lot of the lychee flavoured popping pearls or perhaps more specifically, the lychee jelly that you might get in a bubble tea. Itís pretty good, and Iíd definitely drink it again. Iíd give it a strong 7.5/10.
Strawberry
Strawberries! Theyíre one of the best things about summer. Whether eaten on their own or perhaps with some ice cream or even atop a cake, strawberries routinely bring joy into my life. This drink is no different. To me, strawberry is a classic flavour for jelly, so there was something oddly nostalgic about this flavour. Itís another really solid flavour in the lineup, and if you like strawberry flavoured drinks then you need to make room in your fridge for this one! I'd give it a 8 out of 10.
Blackcurrant
As you might have anticipated, Iíve decided to save what I believe to be the best until last. I was immediately awe-struck by this flavourís practically luminescent blue colour, and Iím happy to report that the blackcurrant flavour of this drink is equally inspiring, and I canít even say that Iím a big Ďblackcurrantí fan: as a flavour it mostly reminds me of the squash drinks made from concentrate that you have to dilute, which are mostly quite mediocre. But this flavour is a far cry from such a thing - itís bursting with a rich and juicy blackcurrant flavour, and the jelly pieces contained within really help to accentuate this flavour, somehow. This one overwhelmed my senses (in a good way), and I canít help but think itís the best of all the mogu mogu drinks. It gets a well deserved 10/10.
On that uplifting note, thatís all of the different mogu mogu drinks, taste tested! But we want to know what you think! Be sure to let us know your thoughts on these tasty new beverages on social media like our Facebook and Instagram. Until next time, thanks for reading the Tofu Cute Blog and be sure to react to this post below to get some free tomodachi points!
About the Author: Adam
Adam is the lead writer of the Tofu Cute Blog and Wordsmith person at Team Tofu. When he's not making fun content for Tofu Cute, he enjoys being a huge nerd. He spends his free time gaming, reading, cooking and figuring out ways to make Godzilla and other giant monsters real.
About the Author: Adam
Adam is the lead writer of the Tofu Cute Blog and Wordsmith person at Team Tofu. When he's not making fun content for Tofu Cute, he enjoys being a huge nerd. He spends his free time gaming, reading, cooking and figuring out ways to make Godzilla and other giant monsters real.
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