Be Natural

Who would think of a review on cereal is the subject of my first blog? It might make way better sense to someone techie like me, if my first review is Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard for iPad?

I could be quite random at times.

I have to admit that the unpretentious package design was what drew me into it. I always drown by good looking designs. Sometimes I get lucky, sometimes I get fooled. But it never hurts me, I appreciate nice design, and anything pretty comes with a risk.

I always have a thing for kraft paper, the texture and colour, the rustic look and the fact it makes me feel comfy, and it's resemblance to organic stuff. Maybe that's the trick to get you, or me. Even if only the package design itself, it's a piece of nicely done art to enjoy. 



Be Natural cereals have 5 different combinations, I only tried a few of them. I got the pink lady apple, flame raisin, almond, and pepita one first, loved it. I am a big fan of crunchiness, but not such much of cold milk -  it makes my stomach sick. I don't consume milk unless it's heated to room temperature and mixed with fruits, any fruit I can find in the fridge - be it fresh pink lady apple, fresh kiwis, bananas, plus a little bit of honey at times. 



The moment it went into my mouth, I was in love with the taste and the texture. The unforgettable experience made me try another taste from the same series. Cashew,almond hazelnut and coconut. But I was quite surprised by the fact that how much I enjoyed my first try, second test didn't go as good as the first one, not on any scale. Some element is missing. With no fruit in the mix and that could be why you don't get the freshness on your tongue when you taste it. Second package was finished rather soon, only because I want to get back to the pink lady one again.

I can't comment on the other two combinations as I haven't tried them. You are welcome to give it a go and share with me on what you think. They are: Manuka honey & spice clusters, and 5 whole grain flakes.



Lately I realized it also goes well with yoghurt.




Share your thoughts with me if you have tried Be natural cereal. Or any other easy brekkie ideas.

I would also like to hear from you about my review. This is the first review I have written, hopefully it is something fun for you to enjoy as well. At least I found a lot of fun of writing this.

Per Serve 

Energy: 710 kJ
Protein: 3.9 g
Fat:1.9 g
Sat Fat: 0.3 g
Carbohydrate: 31.3 g
Sugar: 10.2 g
Fibre: 4.8 g
Sodium: 87 mg

Thanks to Catheline Lin