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Paper Boat’s Anar (Pomegranate) Juice

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Anar (Pomegranate) Juice

See Also: Paper Boat Drinks Review

Out of the Box, Paper Boat Anar Juice

Out of the Box, Paper Boat Anar Juice

Paper Boat Drinks is not just drinks but memories. Opening a consignment from Paper Boat is like a trip down memory lane.

Box of Memories, Paper Boat, Anar Juice

Box of Memories, Paper Boat, Anar Juice

Hector Beverages, which runs Paper Boat, believes in environmental friendly policies and the packaging is always done in environmental friendly material.

The tin box, in bright shade of pink, reminds one of his childhood days. Every child, born prior to the internet age, had a similar tin box for storing his most precious things.

A half moon button from the school uniform, a lost and found marble, a broken butterfly wing, stub of a lucky pencil, postcards and stamps from yesteryears and all that is more precious than gold and silver.

Paper Boat Anar (Pomegranate) Juice

Paper Boat Anar (Pomegranate) Juice

The Paper Box tin box didn’t contain any of these but had two eco – friendly tetra packs of Anar (Pomegranate) Juice. Also the juice contained no preservatives or added flavor, more over it was low on sugar.

Paper Boat, whose packaged drinks like Golgappa Pani and Aamras sells like hot cakes in Go Air and Spice Jet flights, is an innovator in packaging traditional Indian drinks.

Paper Boat have also come up with amazing ready to drink (RTD) blended teas, like the Tulsi Tea and Ginger – Lemon Tea.

This time the Paper Boat’s magic box something more than the packaged juice, it had a small box containing two basan ladoos. This was really a surprise and an ideal gift just before the Diwali.

Paper Boat Anar (Pomegranate) Juice and basan ladoos

Paper Boat Anar (Pomegranate) Juice and basan ladoos

The box also contained two photos of the Paper Boat team and a magnetic sticker of a red coloured post box.

The internet had long killed the art of letter writing and the bright red post box have almost vanished from the road side. The small magnet sticker will rekindle the memory of a pre internet age kid.

Anar or Pomegranate had never been my favorite, the main reason was the complex process of pealing and deseeding the fruit. Moreover the juice left a permanent mark on clothing.

The read to drink Anar or Pomegranate Juice was free from the hassle of pealing and deseeding and chances of spilling it on clothing, was far more lower than the actual fruit, but in spite of all the advantages I didn’t find the Anar or Pomegranate juice much tasty and it had the distinctive tart flavor of the fruit.

Ready to serve: Paper Boat Anar (Pomegranate) Juice and basan ladoos

Ready to serve: Paper Boat Anar (Pomegranate) Juice and basan ladoos

I would definitely rate Golgappa Pani, Imli and Aamras way above the Anar juice. But the basan ladoos loaded with pistachio nuts went very well with the Anar (Pomegranate) Juice.

Last but not least Hector Beverages, which runs Paper Boat, deserves a special thanks not only for the drinks and the sweets but also for bringing back the memories of my child hood.

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  1. November 25, 2015 at 12:03 AM

    I liked their packaging…it looks very fresh this way!

    • November 25, 2015 at 4:05 PM

      Yes Alok Paper Boat has excellent packaging. There branding and marketing is also great.

  2. November 25, 2015 at 2:57 AM

    Yet to taste this… sounds great though…🙂

    • November 25, 2015 at 4:06 PM

      Maniparna do give it a try and do share your experience.

  3. November 25, 2015 at 5:32 PM

    Love it!!

  4. November 28, 2015 at 3:24 AM

    Good one..

  5. November 28, 2015 at 6:29 PM

    Have tasted other flavors of theirs, not this one

    • November 28, 2015 at 7:03 PM

      Please do have a try. My personal favorites are the golgoppa pani and imli.

  6. December 15, 2015 at 11:30 PM

    I just love aamras….I drinks sometimes 3 or 4 in a single day😉

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