Harry Wallop shared his views on a selection of the latest beverages with vinegar infusion. He affirms that Viva la Vinegar de Soupologie in strawberry flavor and basil (photo on the left) burns the back of the throat.

Put aside the gin, throw away that Pisco sour: the last fashionable drink is. . . vinegar. Yes really.

Fans claim that just one tablespoon of celebrity's favorite apple cider vinegar (diluted with water and sometimes sweetened) is rich in natural minerals, vitamins and enzymes and can help regulate blood sugar levels, stimulate the Immune system, help lose weight and improve the overall health of the gut.

Sales of things are increasing, and supermarkets and health food stores have been involved and began to market vinegar as a beverage. More than that, they have started selling premixed vinegar mixes, often carbonated and sweetened, as soft drinks for adults. Some affirm that "they increase the vitality", others that "detoxify naturally". But, what do you know? To brush your lips or wince? We put them to the test. . .

Live the vinegar of Soupologie

Harry Wallop shared his views on a selection of the latest beverages with vinegar infusion. He affirms that Viva la Vinegar de Soupologie in strawberry flavor and basil (photo on the left) burns the back of the throat.

Harry Wallop shared his views on a selection of the latest beverages with vinegar infusion. He affirms that Viva la Vinegar de Soupologie in strawberry flavor and basil (photo on the left) burns the back of the throat.

Taste: Strawberry and basil

Price: £ 1.90 for 250ml

Available from: Sainsbury & # 39; s

Live the vinegar, which is sold in the cooler cabinet and packaged in small bottles of smoothies, has a healthy appearance and only contains 32 calories per serving.

A small improvement in the kiwi and kale variant of the brand (which smells like a lot of compost and does not taste much better), tastes like strawberry but I do not distinguish basil.

Soupologie, who makes the mark, states that unfiltered apple cider vinegar contains the Mother. This is the cloudy bit that occurs naturally during the processing of the unpasteurized vinegar (usually floating towards the top) and is believed to contain the greatest amount of natural proteins, enzymes and friendly bacteria.

Unfortunately, the beat of vinegar burns the back of the throat. It's not nice. 2/5

Pickled vinegar of drink

Taste: Grape chasselas

Price: £ 13 for 500ml (undiluted)

Available from: The duck picket

Harry states that the Vinegar to Drink Picklery (pictured) is a delicious and mature drink that tastes like gin without alcohol when mixed with soda.

Harry states that the Vinegar to Drink Picklery (pictured) is a delicious and mature drink that tastes like gin without alcohol when mixed with soda.

Harry states that the Vinegar to Drink Picklery (pictured) is a delicious and mature drink that tastes like gin without alcohol when mixed with soda.

The Picklery specializes in the production of vinegars, preserves and pickled products of seasonal fruits and vegetables. Beet is one of its most popular vinegars, when it is in season. This chasselas of grape vinegar and apple with sugar, black cardamom and cinnamon is fascinating. Picklery recommends mixing it with soda. The result is like a gin without alcohol, with lovely layers of pepper flavor. A suitable drink, mature, complex and delicious. 5/5

Bragg apple cider vinegar drink

Taste: Pomegranate and goji berry

Price: £ 2.99 for 473ml

Available from: Holland & Barrett

Harry says the Bragg apple cider vinegar drink (pictured) has a horrible taste to artificial sweetener

Harry says the Bragg apple cider vinegar drink (pictured) has a horrible taste to artificial sweetener

Harry says the Bragg apple cider vinegar drink (pictured) has a horrible taste to artificial sweetener

From California, this brand boasts of being kosher and organic, and, to cover all the bases, has a small Christian message: "Here is for health, peace and love, 3 John 2".

The brand was founded by the late Paul Bragg, a pioneer of the American health movement, who advocated fasting, deep breathing and exercise. But it clearly lacked taste buds.

However, it is favored by Liz Hurley. "It's a really good thing, I use it a lot," she said. Keep in mind the word "use", not "drink" or, heaven for your defense, "enjoy". It uses the stevia sweetener, so it comes at only 30 calories a large bottle, but it has a taste of artificial sweetener, Sarsons vinegar and cough medicine. Horrible. 1/5

Apple cider lo bros vinegar tonic

Taste: Ginger and turmeric

Price: £ 2 for 330ml

Available from: Sainsbury & # 39; s

Harry was skeptical about the health benefits available when taking the apple balsamic tonic Lo Bros (pictured)

Harry was skeptical about the health benefits available when taking the apple balsamic tonic Lo Bros (pictured)

Harry was skeptical about the health benefits available when taking the apple balsamic tonic Lo Bros (pictured)

Lo Bros boasts that it is "full of ingredients", although if you look at the ingredients list carefully, it only contains 3 percent apple cider vinegar. As a result, this is very smooth and extremely refreshing.

Its taste is like a soft drink of Canadian dry beer, not a vinegar, a fermented drink. I have no idea if it would be good for my instinct, but I could do this happily. 4/5

Comvita manuka honey apple cider

Taste: Golden kiwi

Price: £ 2.99 for 250ml

Available from: Holland & Barrett

Harry says that apple cider with honey Comuka Manuka (pictured) is more like a wine than a tonic

Harry says that apple cider with honey Comuka Manuka (pictured) is more like a wine than a tonic

Harry says that apple cider with honey Comuka Manuka (pictured) is more like a wine than a tonic

Comvita is one of the biggest brands of apple cider, but it is expensive. Per milliliter, it costs as much as a decent bottle of wine thanks to New Zealand manuka honey. It is a good drink: honey balances the acidity of vinegar and the lack of bubbles makes it more a wine than a tonic. So, is it as good as a Chablis? No, but I would not mind drinking a bottle of this a day. 3/5

Shrubs that are not to drink vinegar

Taste: Peach and basil

Price: £ 3.50 for 250ml

Available from: City wines

Harry says he would not lose his calories with the bushes that are not such drinking vinegar (pictured)

Harry says he would not lose his calories with the bushes that are not such drinking vinegar (pictured)

Harry says he would not lose his calories with the bushes that are not such drinking vinegar (pictured)

This brand based on Suffolk uses the traditional name to drink vinegar, "shrubs", and is packaged in a good bottle. However, "Beyond alcohol, beyond refreshments, literally beyond comparison" is a bold statement.

The liquid is golden, and there is a touch of exoticism in the nose. But it tastes more like putty and pine than peach. It is not a failure to tear down the sink, but it is far from delicious. It works more expensive than a good bottle of wine, too. And with 105 calories, with 7 g of sugar per 100 ml, I would not spend my calories on this. 2/5

Infusion of vibrant live unprocessed ACV

Taste: Turmeric and ginger

Price: £ 4.19 for 500ml

Available from: Ocado

Harry says that the LCA infusion of vibrant unprocessed life (pictured) has a strong spicy ginger flavor and dry turmeric when mixed with tonic water

Harry says that the LCA infusion of vibrant unprocessed life (pictured) has a strong spicy ginger flavor and dry turmeric when mixed with tonic water

Harry says that the LCA infusion of vibrant unprocessed life (pictured) has a strong spicy ginger flavor and dry turmeric when mixed with tonic water

It requires dilution: it is 70 percent of apple cider vinegar, and the rest is composed of water, ginger, turmeric and chili. Mixed with tonic water, it's not bad. You can really taste the spicy ginger and the dried turmeric. Turn the tonic water into something different; however, to be perfectly honest, you may prefer the tonic alone. 3/5

Coconut Trader of organic coconut

Harry claims that the organic coconut from Merchant Coconut (pictured) is relentlessly acidic and that he struggled to try any coconut

Harry claims that the organic coconut from Merchant Coconut (pictured) is relentlessly acidic and that he struggled to try any coconut

Harry claims that the organic coconut from Merchant Coconut (pictured) is relentlessly acidic and that he struggled to try any coconut

Taste: Coconut

Price: £ 3.99 for 250ml

Available from: Ocado

Made from coconut sap, "diluted with water makes a natural detoxifying drink," says the bottle. Created in Sri Lanka, it is astringent in the nose and is more effective than smelling salts to stop fainting. You may need a break after a sip (it's relentlessly acidic) and you can not taste any coconut, which is a shame. One for masochists. 2/5

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