Pickle Juice: Pickle Juice - Dill

by The Pickle Juice Company

Product Type

Sports Drinks: Sports Drink


16fl oz

Nutritional Info

calories 0;
total fat 0;
sodium 820mg;
potassium 35mg;
zinc 3mg;
total carbohydrates 1g;
sugars 0g;
protein 0g


filtered water, salt, white distilled vinegar, high fructose corn syrup, natural dill flavoring, sodium benzoate (preservative), potassium sorbate (preservative), zinc gluconate, vitamin C, vitamin E acetate, yellow 5, polysorbinate 80

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Review: Pickle Juice - Dill

Posted: Oct 21, 2001 at 12:00 AM (Last Updated: Oct 21, 2001 at 6:03 PM)
We just don't quite understand the idea behind Pickle Juice. We imagined that it might taste a bit different than unprocessed pickle juice, but we were wrong. On the contrary, drinking Pickle Juice is just like accidentally grabbing the pickle jar instead of the milk, and the scent is reminiscent of a biology lab during dissections. Bottom line: this stuff is atrocious. The concept is completely silly (it's water, vinegar, a ton of salt, coloring, and flavors -- not thirst quenching) and the taste is horrible. Unless you like the stench of salt & vinegar, pass on this one.