Aldi Shoppers Are Loving This Watermelon Mint Lemonade

Aldi is super reliable when it comes to tracking down good products at a reasonable price. Whether you're looking to stock up on essentials or want something more specific, it's likely that Aldi has you covered. The grocer has given shoppers some definite cult favorites that have managed to stay popular for a long time. 

The Paradise Fruit Blend is one example; It is especially popular because it is a blend of tasty frozen fruits such as mangoes, passion fruit, avocados, and more. This means that you can make yummy smoothies from the comfort of your home, a perfect and cost-effective option for the summer.

Another great pick at Aldi if you're hoping to beat the heat is Nature's Nectar Sparkling Pink Lemonade, a beverage that's more indulgent than other options and can be the perfect choice for an evening drink. Speaking of lemonade, Aldi has more options available for its fans: say hello to delicious lemonade from Bolthouse Farms.

Aldi fans are full of praises

The popular Instagram account dedicated to Aldi finds, @aldi.mademedoit, recently posted a photo of Watermelon Mint Lemonade and Mango Pineapple Colada bottles from Bolthouse Farms. The post indicated that the drink seemed too delicious to pass up, especially considering the fact that it's summer and everyone's looking for some respite from the heat.

One Aldi fan was full of praises for the lemonade. "The watermelon mint one is amazing," they wrote in the comments. "I will definitely have to grab some more, I haven't seen that flavor anywhere else." Another shopper agreed with this sentiment and wrote that they recently bought a bottle for themselves and loved it.

According to Bolthouse Farms, its Watermelon Lemonade is a refreshing drink full of strong flavors. A description on the website reads, "This is the lemonade you wish for on hot summer days. Rich, red, sweet watermelon. Tart, flavorful lemons and a hint of mint, the kind you'd juice yourself if you had the time." That does sound yummy, doesn't it?